When it comes to child custody, the Florida courts focus on "the best interests of the child." If a judge believes that your personal life puts those interests in jeopardy, your ability to obtain sole or joint custody could suffer. You might not consider that what you, your friends or your family posts on Facebook could hurt your chances, but you would be wrong.
It's not just celebrities who get into trouble for the things they post on social media. What you tweet or share on Facebook can come back to haunt you in a divorce or child custody case.