What Does Narcissistic Abuse in a Divorce Look Like?

What does narcissistic abuse look like in a divorce case? A narcissist, or other high conflict spouses, actually enjoy the adversarial process of a divorce case. They may accuse you of the things they are actually doing- maybe lying, maybe cheating, of having a mental disorder. And unfortunately, a collaborative type of divorce is not going to work with a high conflict or narcissist spouse. They do not collaborate. They dominate. And that is why we need the threat of a courtroom, not necessarily the courtroom, but the threat of the courtroom to have an end date or exposure to deescalate and get that person to the negotiating table. Contact the Atlanta Divorce Law Group today so we can discuss your particular case.

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