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What to Expect in a High Conflict Divorce in Washington State

Molly B. Kenny
Founder and Principal Divorce Attorney

http://www.mollybkenny.com/practice_areas/seattle-divorce-attorneys-bellevue-family-lawyers.cfm If you are facing a divorce in Washington State, you most likely have many questions. What should you expect? How do you deal with a conflictive spouse to come to some sort of agreement? Seattle divorce attorney Molly B. Kenny sits down with nationally recognized author Bill Eddy, LCSW, Esq. from the High Conflict Institute to give you some answers and insight into dealing with conflictive people during divorce. Find out more in this video.


When you are facing a high conflict divorce with someone who has borderline personality or narcissistic personality disorder, there are some things you should know. First, realize that the other person’s behavior is not something you caused. A highly conflictive person will focus on creating more conflict and not trying to reach a resolution.  This is why it is important to surround yourself with a good Washington State divorce lawyer, therapist, and other people in your life who care about your well-being. It is also best to educate yourself on this type of person and what to expect when dealing with someone who is highly conflictive.

This video also provides advice for dealing with email exchanges during a divorce, how to parent during a divorce, what to tell your child, and how to pick a good therapist. Typically, one person alone cannot solve a divorce when dealing with someone with a conflictive personality. Find out more by calling Bellevue divorce attorney Molly B. Kenny at 425.296.8852 or visit our website. 


About Bill Eddy
Bill Eddy is a lawyer, mediator and therapist, and the author of several books, including Splitting: Protecting Yourself While Divorcing Someone with Borderline Personality Disorder (2011). His High Conflict Institute provides online divorce and parenting articles as well astraining, books and consultations regarding High Conflict People (HCPs) for individuals and professionals dealing with legal, workplace, healthcare and educational disputes. www.HighConflictInstitute.com