Wednesday, February 8, 2012

More on Spying on Spouses

I was recently interviewed by Carlton Purvis of Security Management Magazine, on different types of technology that spouses use to spy on each other--particularly in divorce settings.  Michigan has rather strict laws regarding such surveillance, and typically the surveillance doesn't matter as much to a divorce case as people generally think.

That being said, the article is available here:  Why Valentine's Day Surveillance May Not Be a Good Idea

For more information on the Leon Walker case, out of Oakland County, read my previous blogs:

Reading your Spouse's emails:  Snooping or Hacking?

Reading your Spouse's Email Could be a Crime



If you are interested in learning more, please call Wendy Alton at 734-665-4441 or email her at walton@psedlaw.com. More information about her firm, Pear Sperling Eggan & Daniels, P.C., can be found here: www.psedlaw.com.

1 comments:

  1. can my husband put a tracking device in my car without my permission, he is not a co owner of my car, only i am

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