“Religious coercion and enforcement of an agreement” By: Elizabeth J. McInturff, Esq.

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.