Cordell explains how all your snooping – the keylogger, the recorded conversations, etc. – could put your legal strategy at a disadvantage, as you may risk losing credibility with the court.
“Are your discoveries admissible as evidence? Even if those revealing text messages are allowed in divorce court, would it do you any good?” asks Cordell, who is the principal partner of Cordell & Cordell, the nation’s largest firm focusing on men’s divorce.
Cordell writes bi-weekly divorce advice columns for AskMen.com, the world’s leading men’s lifestyle website with 10 million readers each month.
Here is a list of Cordell’s AskMen.com column topics:
- How infidelity can affect child custody decisions
- How affairs affect alimony payments even in no-fault divorce states
- The common divorce rumor “she’ll get half of everything”
- The advantages and disadvantages of a prenuptial agreement
- The cost of apologizing