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How Is Social Media Used During Divorce Proceedings? [INFOGRAPHIC]

Did you know that 81 percent of the members of the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers have used or encountered evidence taken from social media websites?

Recent studies have shown that an eye-opening one in five U.S. marriages have ended in divorce at least partially because of Facebook. Indeed, of all the social networks, some 66 percent of online divorce evidence comes from Facebook, compared to just 5 percent for Twitter.

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Married? Want To Keep Things That Way? Stay Off Of Facebook (And Use Twitter Instead)

Facebook has been cited as one of the primary causes in an incredible one-third of all UK divorces in the past year, up from 20 percent in 2009.

In stark contrast, Twitter was mentioned in just 0.4 percent of filings. Could Facebook possibly be a contributory factor in 50 percent of all failed marriages within one or two years?

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