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Is Social Media Influencing Divorce Rates in the United States?

Last updated 3 years ago

With the technology available today, it’s easier than ever to get in touch with old friends, romantic partners, or extended family members. Social media sites in particular allow you to constantly monitor how your friends spend their time and whom they spend time with. However, some criticize that Facebook connections and constant status updates can put additional strain on a marriage.    

This news segment explores the question of whether or not Facebook is contributing to divorces across the country. Asking viewers to respond with their thoughts, this video illustrates the debate on whether social media encourages infidelity or simply provides an avenue for unfaithful behavior. It also touches on how Facebook postings can be used in a divorce proceeding. 

At Monroe Family Law of San Jose, CA, we encourage settlement and compromise in our divorce cases. To schedule a consultation with one of our experienced and compassionate divorce attorneys, give us a call at (408) 266-9011. 

 

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