The majority of the cases in family law courts that require court intervention involve an intense, high level of conflict.  In almost every high conflict case, you will find at least one party who has a high conflict personality that is driving the litigation train.  Unfortunately, the high conflict personalities that most often appear in family law cases are often not recognized by the professionals involved in the case.  And, even if the high conflict personality is recognized, many professionals fail to understand how to manage the high conflict case and implement the actions needed to stop or at least minimize any further destruction by the high conflict driven client.

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Beth E. Maultsby

“Family issues can be complex and sensitive and I’m committed to helping clients achieve sensible, lasting solutions that enable them to move forward successfully after divorce.” – Beth Maultsby