If you are a parent and/or spouse who is using the family court process in order to impose your will upon the other person, one tried and true “dirty” trick is to throw up “roadblocks” at every opportunity.
The popular saying among lawyers (which at one time I thought was humorous and now think is disgusting) is “justice delayed is justice denied”. If you... Read More
At this precise moment I’m in some manic, hyperactive mode that is suppressing my exhaustion as I beaver away at my urgent ‘to do’ list ahead of my Friday flight to Spain. Twelve days. Twelve whole days in which I am banned from using my computer, accessing e-mails and reading anything remotely related to my research – express orders from my 15-year old daughter. I had promised her that things... Read More
Cognitive Distortions And Litigation
Few legal professionals understand the attraction of those with personality disorders or traits to the legal process. Yet a comparison of characteristics shows a perfect fit, which may explain why they increasingly show up in court as High Conflict Personalities.
Characteristics of HCPs
Characteristics of Court Process
Lifetime Preoccupation: Blaming others
Purpose: Deciding... Read More