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The Role of Social Media in a Divorce

According to one divorce attorney, individuals in Texas and throughout the country are getting divorced because of social media. This is because it allows individuals to retain relationships outside of their marriage that may not be appropriate. Looking at other social media profiles may make individuals feel as if their relationships don't measure up, which could increase the desire to get divorced. However, it is important to understand that people generally only share positive or exciting news online.

Therefore, the feeling that a relationship isn't worth keeping may be worth ignoring. In some relationships, what may seem like a major problem is actually the result of smaller problems that have caused couples to drift away over time. To increase the chances that a marriage will last, an attorney urges people to take their relationships seriously. They should also choose a partner who is reliable and dependable for the long haul.

Individuals who are thinking about getting a divorce may benefit from researching state law as much as possible. This may be done on their own or by hiring a divorce attorney. State law may determine how assets are split as well as who gets custody or other rights to a child. Divorce settlements may be reached privately or through a court order.

How a settlement is reached generally depends on if the parties involved are willing to communicate with each other. In some cases, a mediator or arbitrator may be able to determine a case without the need to go to court. This may be ideal for parents as a custody order that a judge creates may not look like the one the parents would have chosen for themselves. Legal counsel may be able to represent an individual regardless of how a divorce case is resolved.

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    Georgia Barker was born in Corpus Christi, Texas and has lived in Houston for most of her life. She attended the University of Texas at Austin and earned a Bachelor of Business Administration. In her graduating class at UT Austin, there were 101 men and only 3 women. Ms. Barker earned a Doctor of Jurisprudence from the University of Tulsa, College of Law and was a member of Phi Alpha Delta Law Fraternity. She was admitted to the Oklahoma State Bar and the following year admitted to the Texas ...
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