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  • Happyhesgone Has anyone heard of the new documentary coming out in January called "Divorce Corp?" I just heard about it tonight. Here's the trailer: (I have no connection to the movie, I should say.) I can't WAIT to see this. It's about time someone exposed the family law system in a film. I watched the trailer and thought, "Yep. Yep. Yep." So much of that is what I experienced. Your thoughts? 6 years ago   *   7 replies
    • TIMBUKTU FUCK YES!!!!! 6 years ago
    • melisam_1973 That's looks good. It sounds like it's all about the money and who has it. 6 years ago
    • Happyhesgone Melisam, you better believe it. 6 years ago
    • Happyhesgone The only hesitance I have with it (and it won't stop me from seeing it at all) is Dr. Drew is involved--and I kinda wish this were less 'commercialized' with him. 6 years ago
      • TDOG yeah true… but i will be hauling ass to see it! ha. thank god i stayed out of court with my D. 6 years ago
    • Kate Anthony oooooh. can't wait!! we did collaborative divorce, and our mediator was once on a panel of divorce attorneys. the litigators were asked, "how do you know when to finally stop litigating?" their response? "when the money runs out." veeeeery revealing... 6 years ago
      • dja1212 I am a lawyer who dabbles in matrimonial law. I learned about matrimonial law by suing divorce lawyers for malpractice. Divorce cases are generally easy to predict. They are formula driven and research will reveal how the court will rule if the case goes to trial. Divorce lawyers do not tell you this. Instead they engage in expensive pre-trial proceedings which are supposed to be preparation for trial. Then a trial date is set and the lawyers do not have the resources to try every case. So they start pressuring their clients to settle. The point is that the settlements could be achieved before the expensive pre-trial proceedings are commenced. You will find honest divorce lawyers who do what's best for the client but the documentary is very accurate about the majority of divorce cases. 5 years ago
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