YouLaw review: Lawyer Warns About Facebook and Twitter Admissions

The other day on Twitter someone commented on this video by Lee Rosen of the Rosen Law Firm about whether your posts on Twitter and Facebook can be used against you in a divorce proceeding. Having become an avid fan of Twitter and Facebook I was intrigued.

I have to say I was very impressed. The initial graphic of his law firm’s logo, subtle introductory music, and stark black background made this video stand out from most other attorney videos I’ve seen.

“Can your Facebook, Twitter, and email communications be used against you in a divorce?” he says to start the video. Direct. To the point. Clearly an educational message that his intended audience wants to learn about.

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