The Constitutional Violations of No-Fault Divorce by Beverly Willett

Author, co-founder of the Coalition for Divorce Reform, and lawyer, Beverly Willett writes about the negative consequences of divorce….[Watch more here at The Law Center} https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JAaph7EMv6o

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  1. Recent Colorado Divorce Victim says

    Both the YouTube video as well as your article really hit home for me.

    My family and I have recently been devastated, both emotionally and financially by a surprise “no-fault” divorce she imposed on me last January. I have long known that she is a troubled woman (i.e. multiple suicide attempts, alcoholism, mental health issues, etc.) but was determined to keep our family together. It was only after I was served that I learned that I had no practical way to defend myself under the no-fault system. I have not only supporting my family, and thus had all the assets, but also doing most of the duties of a stay at home parent as well.

    While it is too late for me, I want to tell my story and effect changes in the law. We live in Colorado. How do we I get involved? Is there any association or organization currently involved in advocacy to change the divorce law? Who can I talk to?

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Author, co-founder of the Coalition for Divorce Reform, and lawyer, Beverly Willett writes about the negative consequences of divorce....[Watch more here at The Law Center} https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JAaph7EMv6o