Cell Phone Etiquette

Don’t sabotage your family law case by making foolish mistakes on your “smartphone”. While in the heat of a contested dissolution of marriage or child timesharing battle the parties involved are generally at one of the toughest cross roads of their lives and may not be able to have the full capability to make
sound decisions about the use of emails, text messages and voicemails. Threatening your spouse or your child’s other parent, denying access to children or property and taking photographs are all saved somewhere within your cell phone carrier’s databases. So before you pick up your cell phone or send an email, think twice about what you’re doing and whether or not it could potentially come back to haunt you.

These tips and tricks are proudly offered by Tampa Lawyer S. David Anton, Esquire of the Anton Legal Group. Contact us at 813-443-5249.