DadsDivorce Live: What Surveillance Activity Is Allowed In Divorce Cases?

surveillance in divorceMany divorced dads or men going through a divorce have considered taping conversations, monitoring emails, or installing keylogger programs to track your spouse’s behavior.

But there are legal costs and benefits to using surveillance in family law cases that you will want to discuss with your lawyer first.

Watch Cordell & Cordell attorney Jennifer Paine explain to DadsDivorce.com editor Matt Allen the two main federal laws – the Federal Wiretapping Act (FWA) and the Electronic Communications Privacy Act and Stored Communications Act (SCA) – and what type of surveillance activity is allowed in common scenarios.

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