Is there an increase in social media leading to divorce? Research has revealed that 1 in 7 married individuals have considered divorce because of their spouse's postings of Facebook or other online sites. Similarly, many spouses regularly search online for evidence of their partner's infidelity, and nearly 1 in 5 couples admit they have daily arguments over the ways their spouse uses social media.
Nearly everyone uses electronic mail (email) today in order to communicate with bosses, spouses, friends, relatives, girlfriend, and boyfriends. Emails are very pertinent in litigation as they can prove or disprove a case. In family law matters, they can be used to prove abuse, to impeach credibility, or to show intent and conduct.