Because technology continues to have new and innovative applications in our lives, it isn’t a huge surprise that it’s made its way into the realm of divorce. It’s important to be aware that digital spying is very real and to know how to protect yourself throughout the divorce process. If you have questions or concerns about divorce and digital spying, an experienced Chicago divorce attorney can help.
The truth is that it’s easier to spy on someone digitally than you might think. If you and your spouse share a phone plan or simply use – or even have access to – each other’s electronics, digital spying is not difficult. While you may find it hard to believe that your spouse would stoop so low as spying on you electronically, it’s important to recognize just how stressful and disruptive the divorce process can be and to proceed with caution – by guarding yourself against digital spying – in response.
A fundamental first step that you can take is to ensure that your privacy settings on all your electronic devices (and online accounts) are set appropriately. Another good idea is having a tech professional ensure that your phone, laptop, tablet, and any other electronic devices you use are spyware-free.
Your online privacy should always be a top priority, but if you’re going through a divorce, it’s a good time to take stock of your practices and ensure that you are taking the necessary precautions, including:
As you move forward through the divorce process, make digital security a priority.
Divorce is a complicated legal process that is very likely to throw some curveballs your way, but the trusted Chicago divorce attorneys at Arami Law, Inc, are committed to employing the full strength of their experience and skill in pursuit of divorce terms that protect your rights and work for you. Your case is important, so please don’t wait to contact us today for more information about what we can do to help you.
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