To use a computer forensics expert in Oklahoma or not? That is a question you may be struggling with, particularly if you are in the midst of a criminal proceeding or divorce or child custody battle in Oklahoma and in need of a proven Tulsa Divorce Lawyer. As Hilary Clinton’s personal email use should be a lesson to you, there is little doubt that someone’s digital communications record can loom large in an investigation or any pending legal matters.
Why hire a computer forensics expert?
Whether you are leaning toward hiring a computer forensics expert or not, the Tulsa Divorce Lawyers of Fry & Elder are here to tell you that most people do not realize that deleting or destroying their digital information track record is very hard to do. Nevertheless, important and valuable information is continually dispatched via email, texting or on various social media site. A good Tulsa Divorce Lawyer will know this information could be pivotal in determining the outcome of a trial in Oklahoma or anywhere else.
What electronic discovery might lead to?
As the world becomes more digitalized, electronic discovery can provide vital information that could unveil assets or financial purchases that may have initially thought to be hidden. Furthermore, electronic discovery could end up uncovering lifestyle discrepancies that were once thought to be hush-hush. If an ongoing child custody battle is the priority of a client, electronic discovery could very well end up being the deciding factor of winning or losing custody.
Why hire an experienced law firm?
Criminal and Family law in Oklahoma is high stakes, and electronic discovery is becoming critical player in the legal process. Here at Fry & Elder, we won’t hesitate to use computer forensics or employ any other legal strategy to assist in your case. The Tulsa Law Firm made the U.S. News & World Report’s list of Best Law Firms for 2015, and has consistently been regarded as not just one of the best family law firms in Oklahoma, but in the United States. Fry & Elder founder and acclaimed Tulsa Divorce Lawyer Robert G “Hap” Fry Jr. has been named a “Super Lawyer” in Oklahoma and is a fellow of the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers. Fellow firm attorneys James Elder, M. Shane Henry, Aaron D. Bundy and Fry all have garnered the prestigious AV® Preeminent Peer Review Rated by Martindal-Hubbell®, which is the highest recognition in the legal industry. Additionally, the firm’s Luke Barteaux was named a Super Lawyers Rising Star for 2015. Contact Fry & Elder today should you have any questions regarding divorce and child custody in Oklahoma.