The digital age has greatly increased the amount of information we generate and store. Metadata is a set of data that describes and gives information about other data. Metadata holds immense potential in various fields, including family law. Leveraging metadata in family law cases can provide crucial insights and evidence that may influence the outcome of legal proceedings.
Metadata refers to the underlying information about a file or document, such as the date and time it was created, modified, or accessed, as well as details regarding its author or location. In the context of family law cases, metadata can include the participants in electronic communications, times, dates, lengths, social media posts, GPS location data, and other digital footprints left behind by individuals involved in the case. Continue reading →