ENID, Okla. —
titled ‘Divorce Corp.’
I’m writing in response to the article in your paper on Dec. 1, 2013, titled “Is it working?”
They are putting up a smoke screen because they don’t want people to know the truth.
Everyone needs to watch a new documentary titled “Divorce Corp.” It tells the true facts about divorce in the United States.
The truth is that divorce is a $50 billion a year industry. That’s a billion dollars a year average per state.
Lawmakers are wasting our tax dollars on programs that don’t have a chance. If they really wanted to slow down on poverty caused by divorces, they would go after the corrupt lawyers and judges that are getting rich by causing all the fighting between the people getting a divorce and causing it to be a devastating experience for all parties involved, especially the children involved.
A lot of the problems are created in an effort to string things out for as long as they can, and are writing letters and making phone calls between themselves in order to run up an astronomical bill by causing problems between the two parties.
Watch this documentary and you will know the 100 percent truth about the corruption that takes place by lawyers and judges willing to let it go on.
You will know the same thing that I already knew. I went through one myself in Enid about 10 years ago.
I’m just reporting to you what you can find out for yourself.
ENID, Okla. —
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