What to do When Pornography is Found on the Family Computer During a Divorce or Custody Action

How much pornography is on the computer?  Is there child pornography?  How did it get there?  Did your children have access to view this pornography, even if access was unintentional?

The answers to these questions will assist in determining whether criminal charges can be brought and if and how the existence of the pornography will affect the divorce or custody case.

If you are the parent accused of having the pornography, be sure to assert your 5th Amendment right not to answer any related questions during any family law deposition or court hearing.

Helpful information on this this topic can be found in the following ABA Journal Article: http://www.americanbar.org/publications/gp_solo/2012/march_april/family_law_finding_pornography_family_computer.html