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Violence resulting from
Family law injustices

“So many persons think divorce a panacea for every ill, who find out, when they try it, that the remedy is worse than the disease” --Dorothy Dix

Because of the inequities of our present system, there are many reports of domestic violence, injuries, killings, suicides, etc. associated with people involved with divorces. Here are just a few of those stories to alert you to the problems arising from our present family law injustice system that created these tragedies.

You might wonder what the connections is between a divorce and violence. Considering the adversarial nature of most divorces and the ability of one spouse to be vindictive towards the other, to use the legal system to subjugate the other spouse, and to tie up the other spouse for a lifetime with no closure to the process, then you have a setting for violence.

What is the answer? One option would be for all couples getting married to have a valid prenuptial contract delineating what would happen in the event of a marriage gone bad. The eventualities would all be realized prior to marriage and administered at the dissolution. The contract would be adjudicated and enforced under the Law of Contracts the same as a business contract in civil court. This would provide the needed closure to all marriages, unlike the present situation.



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Date last updated: 09/03/2008