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Dealing with a High Conflict Personality During Divorce

Curtis W. Harrison | February 14, 2019

A high-conflict personality is a broad-based term that’s used to describe individuals who influence the other spouse to do what they want them to do through pressure, guilt, or manipulation. In this video, attorney Curtis Harrison offers guidance on how to deal with a spouse who has a high conflict personality in the divorce process.

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