Recent research reveals that 90 percent of divorce lawyers agree that the use of evidence from cell phones is increasing and becoming more important in divorce cases . This type of evidence can come in the form of text messages, call history, photos, videos, emails, and more.Text and photo evidence from cell phones can often display the true state of relationships, making them more credible to a court. In addition, little evidence is generally presented in divorce cases, so text messages and other mobile phone evidence are sometimes the relied on evidence in a trial.One lawyer stated, "You can document anything at any time in real time. People are taking pictures with their phone as events are happening. Text messages: people are saving text messages, taking pictures of text messages so you don't lose them and can submit them to a judge."Contact the Denver divorce lawyers
of Hull & Zimmerman, P.C. at (303) 423-1770, if you or someone you know is considering filing for divorce and would like to speak with an experienced attorney.