A popular Connecticut blogger discussed an interesting topic the other day about how conflict divorces and family court cases in the state have skyrocketed in recent years and she blames the spike on corrupt lawyers and judges who keep the conflict between families going in order to exploit clients of their money. Are family lawyers guilty of this, for lack of a better word, evil? Do you agree with the blogger or do you disagree?
She wrote in part:
I would suggest that family court conflict, at least in the State of CT–I can’t speak for elsewhere–is a family court industry generated problem.
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