In many marriages, often one spouse manages the household's finances. This is all well and good unless you end up going through a divorce and the lack of information for one spouse becomes a disadvantage. Before both spouses are able to engage in productive discussions regarding a divorce settlement, it is crucial for both parties to be on the same page and be fully aware of the marital financial situation regarding all property and debt acquired during the marriage. If a spouse agrees to a property settlement without fully understanding assets and liabilities, it is almost impossible for this to be fair. As such, full disclosure is imperative.
If you are a regular user of social media, you probably find it difficult to refrain from sharing the details of your life with your friends and family. Whether you are bragging about the things that are going well in life or venting about your current frustrations or dilemmas, social media can be something of an addiction and many often engage in oversharing. If you are going through a divorce, oversharing can be incredibly detrimental to your case, offering a wealth of evidence for your spouse's attorney to use against you.