Divorce Corp truly was/is the tip of the iceberg. Those of us embroiled in such painful, endless cruelty and abuses are rendered helpless, in one way or another, to help our children while communities around us putter around seemingly unaware of the suffering. Though I am well aware Divorce Corp did not even scratch the surface with the many angles and issues regarding corrupt courts, professionals, money trails, and the bitter “ex’s” who utilize these to carry out their own agendas of abuse, I am grateful to the creators of Divorce Corp for putting a foot soundly in the door and opening up these discussions. I can only hope and pray for a Divorce Corp 2, 3, 4, 5, etc…. ALL of the varying issues and stories CAN and WILL be publicized and addressed. I pray sooner than later.
Still A Mother in Mississippi
When Divorce Corp premiered in San Diego on January 10, 2014, I was there as a guest of the director, Joe Sorge. I was part of three panelists presenting to the audience after the film on the impact of divorce. A retired law enforcement officer for approximately 24 years and now a Divorce Coach, I have been dealing with Family Law for 30 plus years
Joe does a great job with the film but this is just the tip of the iceberg. The impact of Family Law is so far more invasive effecting every fiber of our social structure; everything from financial markets, loans, credit cards, bankruptcy to police, schools, social services, real estate, hospitals, emergency rooms, workman’s compensation. Businesses are dealing with violence in the workplace, civil and criminal lawsuits related to the divorces/custody fights of their employees. These are just a few examples of the impact…
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