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« on: July 28, 2017, 11:13:57 AM »

Family Court and Personality Disorders

"The majority of the cases in family law courts that require court intervention involve an intense, high level of conflict... .
As professionals, we often want the parties to just find a way to get along. However, because the high level of conflict observed in a family law case is often an extension of the conflict that existed in the marriage that was driven by a party with a high conflict personality, it is unrealistic for any of the professionals to think the conflict is going to stop because the parties have separated and a divorce action has been filed."


This article was authored by Beth E. Maultsby and co-authored by Kathryn Flowers Samler for the State Bar of Texas in 2013. It is intended for legal and mental health professionals to help them understand personality disorders and how they relate to high conflict family law matters. As people involved directly in these kinds of situations, this article can give us some important guidance on what to prepare for, how to handle the more common and expected situations, and what outcomes we can expect.

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« Reply #1 on: September 23, 2019, 07:20:44 AM »

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