How to Get a Divorce Using Litigation
If you find yourself unable to relate to either scenario, you are not alone. Litigation is the path that most people take because most divorcing couples can’t agree. Litigation is the best choice when there is a power imbalance or systemic disrespect between the couple. By definition, this is most common in instances of domestic violence, in which one party may feel powerless to speak up or act in a setting other than with an attorney and judge. In other scenarios, where one spouse makes the marriage highly uncomfortable, very unpleasant, unhealthy, toxic, or otherwise abusive, litigation is also required. With an inability to compromise, it can be nearly impossible for parties to move the process along without court intervention. Escaping this gridlock with someone who is relentlessly selfish, narcissistic, or abusive is possible with an experienced, strong-minded and aggressive divorce attorney.