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  • Episode 209 - Divorce at School

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  • Episode 214 - High Conflict Divorce

    Although almost 50% of marriages end in divorce, experts tell us that only 5% of separated couples ever end up litigating against each other in a courtroom. For some divorced couples, the acrimony and hostility are so bitter that their court cases only come to an end when their children reach adulthood. In the family law world, these are called "high conflict cases", and they are unquestionably the most toxic and bitter disputes in the entire justice system.
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    Although almost 50% of marriages end in divorce, experts tell us that only 5% of separated couples ever end up litigating against each other in a courtroom. For some divorced couples, the acrimony and hostility are so bitter that their court cases only come to an end when their children reach adulthood. In the family law world, these are called "high conflict cases", and they are unquestionably the most toxic and bitter disputes in the entire justice system.

    Tags: high-conflict-divorce, richard-warshak, howard-hurwitz, harvey-brownstone, family-matters, parental-alienation-syndrome, parental-alienation

    By Nancy - June 25, 2013
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  • Episode 213 - Child Abduction

    It is a little-known fact that in most child abduction cases, the abductor is actually the child's parent. Some parents are so angry and spiteful, and so determined to deprive the other parent of their children, that they will defy court orders, abduct their children and disappear. What can be done to protect your child from being abducted? What help is available for parents who find themselves in this horrendous situation?
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    It is a little-known fact that in most child abduction cases, the abductor is actually the child's parent. Some parents are so angry and spiteful, and so determined to deprive the other parent of their children, that they will defy court orders, abduct their children and disappear. What can be done to protect your child from being abducted? What help is available for parents who find themselves in this horrendous situation?

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    By Nancy - June 25, 2013
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  • Episode 214 - Parental Alienation

    In this segment Dr. Warshak goes into more depth about parental alienation in high conflict divorces. Although almost 50% of marriages end in divorce, experts tell us that only 5% of separated couples ever end up litigating against each other in a courtroom. For some divorced couples, the acrimony and hostility are so bitter that their court cases only come to an end when their children reach adulthood. In the family law world, these are called "high conflict cases", and they are unquestionably the most toxic and bitter disputes in the entire justice system. What is it about some separated parents that they just can't stop fighting? How does the court system deal with these cases? Is there a better way to help high conflict parents make peace instead of war?
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    In this segment Dr. Warshak goes into more depth about parental alienation in high conflict divorces. Although almost 50% of marriages end in divorce, experts tell us that only 5% of separated couples ever end up litigating against each other in a courtroom. For some divorced couples, the acrimony and hostility are so bitter that their court cases only come to an end when their children reach adulthood. In the family law world, these are called "high conflict cases", and they are unquestionably the most toxic and bitter disputes in the entire justice system. What is it about some separated parents that they just can't stop fighting? How does the court system deal with these cases? Is there a better way to help high conflict parents make peace instead of war?

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    By Nancy - May 17, 2013
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