Digital Evidence in Your Orlando Divorce or Paternity Case

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Text messages and emails have crucial effects in Orlando divorce and paternity cases. Contact us today to discuss how a strategic attorney can investigate all the necessary electronic and digital evidence to obtain the best possible outcome for your situation.

Our video above gives a specific scenario of how a woman’s incriminating texts saved her partner from financial and emotional burden after one of our lawyers discovered the texts were the complete opposite of the woman’s testimony in court. The woman did not consider that digital content is evidence, just like printed documents such as bank statements or phone records.

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It takes a committed and effective attorney to dissect critical legal elements in a divorce or paternity case. Contact Kramer Law today for a free, no-obligation consultation: 1-855-Kramer Now (1-855-572-6376).

Other Forms of Digital Evidence

When involved in a divorce or paternity case, it is wise not to engage in communication with a spouse or the other parent, outside of what is absolutely necessary for your family, or outside of a court order. In addition to texting and emails, it is especially critical not to engage in the following digital communications:

Social Media: Social media is so common that it is easy to say or imply something that leads to ramifications in a divorce or paternity case. While posting a statement in a fit of rage such as, “I’m going to get everything she owns,” may prompt adverse judgment, even something like “I can’t wait for this to be over” can be interpreted by an adept attorney as a statement that has some ulterior motive (especially if something unfortunate or tragic subsequently happens to the spouse or partner during proceedings).

Photographs: Particularly in divorce cases, photographs displaying any questionable relationships may have significant impact on alimony proceedings. Photographs of potentially dangerous activities with children may affect a paternity case.

Audio and Videos: Cellular phone voice recordings and videos are popular now and easy to take. While Florida’s wiretapping law prevents recording without two-party consent, our attorneys recommend our clients not engage in any potentially negative audio or video recordings.

Our Orlando Divorce Attorneys Can Help You Help Yourself

Digital content can be used to prove innocence or be used against you. Unfavorable results are common when digital evidence that you might never consider to be damaging is presented as evidence in a divorce case. Even some of the most innocent communications sometimes get misconstrued.

At Kramer Law, our attorneys are upfront with the consequences our clients face based on what is already available digitally or electronically. We jump ahead of any negative communications that exist. We also do our research to assess any digital and electronic evidence that could negatively affect those we represent.

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The Orlando attorneys at Kramer Law understand that legal concerns are rarely confined to one area of law. This may be especially true in the sphere of family law and divorce matters. When you need a dedicated, full service law firm who knows you and will go to bat for you, we want to be the one firm you call.

Contact Kramer Law for any questions regarding your divorce or paternity case, and any legal matter confronting you.

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