October 18, 2010
The “Cheats’ Charter”
This summer, the Court of Appeal in London ruled that, in divorce proceedings, it was an invasion of privacy for documents or emails obtained by stealth to be admitted as evidence because it was an invasion of privacy. The judgment has been called a “cheats’ charter” by divorce lawyers. Read the court’s opinion here and news coverage here and here.
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Many times you can find information online about your spouse or other parent without invading their right to privacy... many times they will post profiles available to the general public through myspace and online dating. When online dating, single parents need to be especially careful about the vulnerability of their children. This issues is addressed in http://californiafamilylaw-orangecounty.blogspot.com/2010/10/online-dating-tips-for-single-parents.html
Posted by: Elisabeth Camaur | Oct 22, 2010 2:37:51 PM