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Divorce Corp Divorce Corp.
Geographic Coverage
United States
DDC: 346.730166 full
LCC: KF535 S59 2013 (Source: dlc)
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Lccn: 2013958435
text (Source: rdacontent)
Sorge delivers a critical examination of the authoritarian culture underpinning the U.S. family court system and the collusive practices of its extended family of professionals. He reveals how and why children are torn from their homes, unlicensed custody evaluators extort money, and abusive judges play god with people's lives while enriching their friends.
Table Of Contents
Prologue. Five perspectives
pt. I. Birth of an industry. ch. 1. The legal landscape
ch. 2. Patriarchy
ch. 3. Alimony without end
ch. 4. Children
pt. II. Follow the money. ch. 5. Checks without balances
ch. 6. Utopia
ch. 7. The best interests of the child
ch. 8. Courts of equity
ch. 9. Who me? Biased?
ch. 10. Enemies of the state
ch. 11. Parental disparagement
pt. III. Unintended consequences. ch. 12. Domestic violence
ch. 13. Cracks in the pillars
ch. 14. The swamp
ch. 15. Solutions.
Authorized Access Point
Sorge, Joseph, Divorce Corp
Authorized Access Point Variant
Scurlock, James D., Divorce Corp