In the not too distant past, divorce attorneys building cases had to follow paper trails and rely heavily on expert witnesses’ live testimony. Uncovering all aspects of a spouse’s life, especially the parts meant to be secret, could be a painstakingly slow, meticulous affair.

How times have changed. In the age of social media, smartphones and the internet-of-things (IoT), divorce attorneys are finding that much of their work now revolves around digital investigations. And concrete evidence, once difficult to find and establish, is theirs for the taking.

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