The parties all want to do unto their ex-es whatever would hurt most if it were done to them. Who gets the time share-- like either of them ever wants to see it again!
The dog will only suffer if he's abandoned: custody can go either way. Like, they fight over grandma's wine glasses, over cloth napkins for the dining room table.
Campuses nationally are continuing to work hard to meet and exceed federal requirements around sexual and dating violence prevention and response.
As the national lens on these issues has brought much needed advocacy, investigation, and prevention programs to campuses, it has also created compliance-driven campuses versus those focused on being proactive and doing what’s right.
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And, we are the one of the few places on campus not required by Title IX or the Clery Act to report ANY information regarding an incident of interpersonal violence. The clients were all damned sinners, and I was one of the devils. I'd rather sit in Harvard Square with a tin cup and beg, than go back to divorce. People in a contested divorce are terrible, they're crazy: and lawyers make them crazier. Mostly they just want to fight, just want to hurl themselves, teeth bared and frothing with rage. That's what I did for a living: one to one tutoring on how to torture the person you used to love. No matter what it costs: self respect, friends, family, religion, career--- not to mention the thousands of dollars they pay the lawyers. They're fighting for the sake of fighting, and their lawyers do it squared, cause that's the job. We also provide outreach and consult with faculty, staff and students who are concerned about students in distress.We are here to support any and all students impacted by interpersonal violence.