The idea that the police can seize your money, jewelry or car just because they merely suspect that you might be planning to commit a crime or that those assets are somehow related to crime seems like something out of a dystopian nightmare -- not something that occurs regularly in the United States.
When parents separate and their children divide their time between two homes, it's only natural for them to miss the parent they aren't with. It can be heartbreaking for a parent to hear their children cry or lash out, saying that they want to see or even live with their other parent.
If you're going through or even considering a divorce, your attorney will likely advise you to refrain from posting on social media immediately. Attorneys also advise their clients to be careful what information they include in text and email communications.