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Divorce, Social Media and Holidays with Attorney James V. Esh

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Holidays can cause us all some level of positive and negative stress. There may be people we only see during the holidays who like to push our buttons. If a “normal” holiday season isn’t enough to make you freak out, try adding layers of complex divorce and family law issues. Today we cover some safety tips you can use to be proactive and guard against social media pitfalls of holiday divorce.

Topics covered on this show:

  1. General dos and don’ts when it comes to what you do and say on social media;
  2. Thoughts for people considering or planning to file for divorce after the holidays;
  3. Avoiding passive aggressive behavior on social media and why that's important;
  4. Why what you say on social media, if even briefly and then deleted can haunt you after;
  5. Hacking and deleting and when that can cause you problems down the road and in court;
  6. Remember all the people who can see what you say during a time they are likely watching.

James V. Esh practices primarily in Family Law, Mediation, and Parenting Facilitation/Coordination.  Additionally, Mr. Esh is a certified mediator and mediates a wide range of cases and with a particular emphasis in Family Law.  He is also a certified Parenting Facilitator / Coordinator assisting families in high conflict resolutions reach a stable co-parenting environment where children can thrive.  After graduating high school, Mr. Esh served in the United States Marine Corps. Mr. Esh received numerous awards for innovative thinking and hard work. Upon leaving active duty, Mr. Esh moved to Northwest Arkansas to work on his education. He received his undergraduate degree and his law degree from the University of Arkansas. He was admitted into the Texas State Bar in 2007 authorizing him to practice law. Esh Law Firm in Dallas Texas http://www.eshlawfirm.com; 214-814-5374.