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The Adelaide Advertiser carried a front page story last Saturday warning divorcing parents of social media dangers.
The report of a order of Judge Neville is a good reminder that it is a breach of s 121 of the Family Law Act 1975 (Cth) to publish details of parties to Family Law proceedings. This includes facebook and webpages.
Leaving the negative use of facebook to one side facebook can be a means whereby seperated families can still share good times. My advise is any respectful conversation including one on facebook is fine.
As a litigation family lawyer what better way to show and build a case for good parenting but as a Collaborative Practitioner it can be a way of letting the other parent see that you are a good parent not to be feared.

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