Social media is an undeniable part of all aspects of our lives, including our most intimate relationships. Because of the increasing presence of social media in marriages and, more importantly, in divorces, the prenuptial agreement can account for the dangers these online networks hold through the new social media clause, that can prevent hurtful and possibly harmful postings by a spouse or ex-spouse from happening in the first place. Attorney Ann-Margaret Carrozza suggests making the clause inclusive of all postings post-breakup. This social media clause may protect your reputation when a spouse or ex acts out in a way you might have never predicted.

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