Is your partner sharing, more feelings on Twitter and Facebook than he does with you?
Do you lose your temper, every time a woman likes the new photo on their profile?
If they do so, it might be time to plan a marriage contract that will address the social media, usage.
If still not convinced, consider that there is nothing worse than an angry “ex”, armed with your very “private” photos, in their possession.
As shown by a new study, conducted by the American Academy of Marriage Lawyers, 80% of married couples, when separating, they mention as one of the causes of their divorce, the social media misuse and that is why, marriage contracts get drafted and signed, that specialize in social media usage.
They are flourishing!
These allow spouses, to agree together, what is allowed and what is prohibited with regard to the use of facebook and other social media.
For some people, it might sounds excessive, but a New Yorker earned $50,000, because her husband breached the agreement.
As for the legal part, though, premarital agreement concerning social media, is not binding in all countries, lawmakers in UK are beginning to think seriously to make it binding, especially when an action in social media, can damage the career of one of the two spouses or affect children!