Cell Phone Investigations Device Investigations For Family Law

CLE: Device Investigations for Family Law


The divorce of electronics is getting more complicated every day with every integration, automation and different type of communication that happens on our devices. Very few cases exist without the need for accessing information contained within a cell phone, tablet or computer. While not every case would benefit from a device investigation, the information could be helpful for your case. Additionally, a device in the wrong hands could be a vulnerability that it is important for attorneys to be aware of.


This program is approved for the following CLE credits:

  • 1.0 Technology Credits by the State Bar of Florida
  • 1.0 Credits by the State Bar of Georgia


Join Us

Join Hawk PI for a webinar on Device Investigations for Family Law CLE to learn the insights and applications of investigations on cell phones, tablets, computers and other digital devices.

In this 75-minute class, Beth Messick of Hawk PI will:

  • Present an overview of device investigations including the sources, methods and potential results.
  • Discuss the expectation of privacy and provide legal and ethical considerations in relation to device investigations.
  • Explain proper electronic evidence handling protocols and provide guidance for devices that may contain discoverable evidence.

What You'll Learn:

  • Learn about the capabilities and limitations of device investigations and the information discovered.
  • Develop an understanding of applications for device investigations in family law cases.
  • Possess the knowledge and resources to advise your clients on their digital habits while they are involved in a family law case.

Upcoming Courses

  • Device Investigations for Family Law
    Friday, Nov. 6th @ 12:30 p.m.
  • Device Investigations for Family Law
    Friday, Jan. 8th @ 12:30 p.m.
  • Need to schedule a course?
    Contact us directly at cle@hawkpi.com to schedule a course for your organization.

Rely on the Experts

Director of Digital Forensics

With more than 20 years of experience with the Georgia Bureau of Investigation, Beth provides advisory services to attorneys and businesses in the digital forensics aspects of corporate investigations and civil cases. She can help with everything from the most complex intellectual property theft concerns to extremely sensitive family law investigations.