The Infinite Cycle
The breaking up of a family can be a triggering event for an infinite cycle of personal disasters.
Children wonder why their parents are fighting, whether he or she is the source of these conflicts, and whether behaving in socially acceptable ways makes any difference at all. This leads to poor school performance, problems forming healthy relationships, trouble with the law, and the cycle continues.
Parents wonder why their efforts to have positive relationships go unrecognized and unrewarded, and they wonder why their financial and material futures seem less certain. This leads to the decision that behaving in nasty ways will bring immediate short-term rewards, and the cycle continues.
The legal system is simply not designed to deal with the true source of these problems in a meaningful way and resolving the symptoms of these problems can be quite distressing. It can take months to get in front of a judicial officer to explain your plight. In the meantime, your former partner may have drained the bank accounts, alienated you from your children, or made false criminal allegations against you to create an entirely new set of problems. When you finally do get the opportunity the moment can be overwhelming, you may find that you are unable to articulate your struggle, you have not appropriately considered the other side of the argument, there may not be a reasonable way to reverse the damage, your legal fees consume the proverbial pie that you are fighting over, and the cycle continues.
Fortunately, I understand how to help deal with the source of these problems through the power of my own humanity, and I understand how to deal with the symptoms of these problems from my experience as a high-level family law attorney and my ability to leverage technological advances effectively.