High Conflict Divorce or Stalking By Way of Family Court?

The Empowerment of a Wealthy Abuser in Family Court Litigation

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 Introduction

Virtually all coverage of high-conflict divorce assumes both parents are the source of the conflict.[1] Blame is assigned solely and equally to the parents in essentially all cases without much analysis. However, if one party is abusive and sufficiently wealthy to fund on-going litigation, the Domestic Court may be ideally suited to the spurned mate’s agenda.[2] The systematic assertion of ‘dominion and control’ via Family Court litigation would superficially mimic a high-conflict divorce because there would be ongoing Continue reading “High Conflict Divorce or Stalking By Way of Family Court?”