Using social media during a divorce comes with pros and cons. You might be able to use it to find important information about behavior, friendships, and other details that impact your case. However, it can also be used against you by the other side. Your lawyer will likely advise you to lock down or disable your social media accounts to prevent them from being used against you. But remember, anything shared on social media can never be completely hidden or erased from the internet. You may want to screenshot anything you believe is relevant to your divorce case, and then proceed to block your spouse and any other potentially hostile individuals from viewing your account.