Economic costs of litigation are skyrocketing, while those caught in the middle of the maelstrom are often powerless.

The emotional impact of divorce, especially in relationship to loss, is often sidelined by all segments of the system, including judges.

Because divorce is viewed primarily as a legal process based on traditional adversarial litigation concepts, the emphasis is less on what is “right”, but rather what is “wrong” or “bad”. This notion increases the disruptive and confrontational aspects of dissolution.

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