What do you do as an attorney if you realize that your client is further abusing his spouse and the court-process during the divorce process? Do you know the Red-Flags that your client is merely trying to control, dominate, and further ruin his/her divorcing spouse?
Contact Bill Eddy/High Conflict Institute here in San Diego. Bill is/was a family law attorney who has developed HCI to deal with family law litigants with personality disorders which lead to high conflict dissolution/child custody matters. There are a variety of legal and mental health professionals, including retired judges, who aid the HCI.
As a judge once said about poronography, I can't define it, but I know it when I see it. Such tactics are common in matrimonial litigation, particularly when one spouse (usually the husband) controls the money. As an attorney you can't do much about it except slug it out with the offender. That's one reason I don't handle matrimonial cases.
Divorce is the process of formally ending a marriage. Divorces may be jointly agreed upon, resolved by negotiation, or decided in court.
Attorney ethics in divorce are typically the same as normal ethics rules, though romantic relations with a client are often restricted.