Recently, Elizabeth J. McInturff, Esq., of JDKatz, P.C., wrote an article featured in The Daily Record concerning how religious coercion or duress is commonly used to withhold a divorce. More specifically, one party may withhold a religious divorce to obtain significantly better custodial and property rights for themselves, all while forcing the other party into a separation agreement with unfavorable terms for them. To read more about religious coercion and enforcement in a divorce agreement, simply click the picture below.
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