In the age of social media, many people considering divorce or separation are grappling with how to protect their privacy and reputation from being violated on platforms such as Face Book, Twitter, Google + and the like. Some couples are turning to social media prenuptial agreements to outline what is off-limits or needs approval prior to posting, in the event of a messy break-up. This may include limiting negative comments about the other party, family or friends or the posting of unflattering pictures, which may adversely effect the other party.
Digital warfare and ugliness that can erupt in the wake of a breakup has been well documented, particularly in the world of celebrity. Vicious postings of negative video and photographs or divulging personal information can damage reputations, creating havoc both professionally and personally for targeted individuals. As many victims of internet attacks can attest, having negative posts removed after-the-fact by the social media companies is largely futile, so a social-media prenuptial agreement makes sense. If you are interested in protecting your privacy and reputation with a prenuptial agreement, the Law Offices of Ronald L. Bell can help.