Divorce attorneys no longer need to hire private investigators to get the dirt on spouses who may be cheating.
All they need now is a computer.
Liz Steele, of Mesa, is going through a divorce and she has no problem with her attorney looking up everything he can on her husband.
“I have nothing against lawyers digging and doing their job,” said Steele. “The more information, the better.”
Much of what an attorney needs can be found online, in places like Facebook and MySpace.
A growing number of divorce attorneys are turning to social networking sites to catch cheaters.
“It pops up and there are pictures of the new girlfriend,” “They’re kissing and hugging. They’re on a beach by themselves.”
According to the Cantor Law Group, the sites are also helpful determining whether a spouse is going on a wild spending spree, buying expensive items when the spouse claims to have no money.
“All of a sudden there are pictures showing how they bought their new friend jewelry or they are boasting about a new car,”.
It’s surprising what can be uncovered online, and it sure makes the job a lot easier.
“It happens more often than you can believe,” “It’s amazing how brazen people get.”
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