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What’s His/Hers Is Mine, Surely?

When marriages break down trust is very often blown out of the water. The need to be certain about what your spouse has got up to or might have in the bank can override good sense in conducting enquiries. It’s tempting to present your lawyer with information that you have obtained through looking at your spouse’s emails but what’s his (or hers) is not always yours and this type of conduct can get you into serious trouble. Accessing your spouse’s digital communications without their permission is an offence covered by The Computer Misuse Act 1990 and can result in fines or imprisonment. What’s more, your lawyer cannot use the information that has been illegally obtained. We suggest that you don’t go there.

For expert advice on what you can and can’t do during your divorce contact the Family Team at Kerseys.

Don’t get caught out.

Kerseys Family Law Solicitors offers tailored-made solutions for divorcing and separating couples. Whilst our standard working day is 9.00am to 17.15pm, our Family Lawyers are flexible to support your needs and will if possible arrange out of hours online appointments for you, visit our web site and click “Call Me Back” to request a free call back or telephone us at Kerseys Solicitors in Ipswich 01473 213311 or Kerseys Solicitors in Colchester 01206 584584 or email us at [email protected]

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