Facebook and Twitter used in divorce cases to track hidden wealth, says leading lawyer

Facebook and Twitter used in divorce cases to track hidden wealth, says leading lawyer


File photo dated 17/01/08 of the Facebook icon displayed on a laptop as Facebook has backed down over the posting of videos depicting beheadings after being branded "irresponsible" by Prime Minister David Cameron. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Issue date: Wednesday October 23, 2013. The social media website issued a statement saying it had "re-examined" the issue and removed a beheading video after concluding that it "improperly and irresponsibly glorifies violence". Facebook said it would "strengthen the enforcement" of policies on graphic content, removing posts which celebrate violence and taking into account whether they are being shared "responsibly" - for instance by including warnings about their content or blocking under-age viewers from accessing them. See PA story POLITICS Facebook. Photo credit should read: Martin Keene/PA Wire Social media sites like Facebook are becoming increasingly useful in fraud cases (Picture: Martin Keene/PA Wire)

Private user information on social media sites is being used to track hidden assets in divorce proceedings, according to a top solicitor.

Judges are granting permission for lawyers to go through Facebook and Twitter accounts looking for evidence that ex-spouses are hiding wealth due to the vast amounts of personal data that are stored on the sites.

Fraud and asset recovery specialist Steven Philippsohn revealed that lawyers can apply for court orders for disclosure of private information without the person in question being told.

Court orders such as this supersede normal privacy laws when there is a suspicion of fraud.

Mr Philippsohn, who works for PCB Litigation, said it is much easier to catch lying ex-partners out.

‘It is not so much word of mouth anymore,’ he told The Telegraph.

‘People write to each other and…

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Winter polish with a twist for Summer !

Winter polish with a twist for Summer !


I started with a base coat of Essie 766 Glamour Purse. Great formula. Single thick coat. Grey-cappuccino color. Screams winter !



Taking a nail art brush for feathering, dip in L’oreal Color Riche 110 Crazy For Chic. I love these formulas and bottles! It’s a red toned fuchsia. Swipe across all nails Except Ring finger.


Also, used white polish as a color.


Using Milani 531 Gold, dab on eAch nail for a bit of a sparkly touch.


Clean excessive polish and done 😊



Super fun and easy ! A good way to use odd or unwanted colors

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Raw BBQ Spiced Pizza

Raw BBQ Spiced Pizza

Raw Mountain Kitchen


As I sit here and write, the wind nearly freezing my face (it’s okay I have a blanket!), the lyrics of various classics repeat in harmony with the clicking of my keyboard and I realize, it’s almost June. Time, where did you go and why must you run away from me at top road-runner speed? Luckily I caught up today in time to enjoy this delight of a pizza.


I’m not ready for June in the same way that I’m not ready to be 23. It’s okay, reminding myself I still have 4 months to go, 130-days to reach my never-ending list of wonderful goals. Sometimes there are so many things I simultaneously want to do in the same moment, so easily distracted, but rarely taken off course. Every day becomes an opportunity to divide sense from nonsense. Good thing I have homemade BBQ sauce and a major appetite to provide…

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Roasted Chicken for a Cloudy Day

Roasted Chicken for a Cloudy Day

Food Follower


My mom made a roasted chicken for dinner tonight, which is my favorite thing she prepares. (Bad joke: why did I cross the road? To get to the other side to eat some of my mom’s succulent chicken!) Somehow, my mom manages to keep the chicken moist and juicy every time. Her trick is to add some chicken broth on top of the chicken and also in the cooking container (which is a cake pan). The cavity of the chicken is overflowing with onions and rosemary. The onions caramelize in the oven, giving the onions a soft and mild sweet taste. She also cooks little potatoes and carrots with the chicken (on the sides of the cake pan). I am so excited to eat the leftovers tomorrow!



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