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Divorce Corp (2014)

Divorce Corp (2014)

Gloria AllredWendy ArcherAlexandra BorgDennis Braun
Joseph Sorge


Divorce Corp (2014) is a English movie. Joseph Sorge has directed this movie. Gloria Allred,Wendy Archer,Alexandra Borg,Dennis Braun are the starring of this movie. It was released in 2014. Divorce Corp (2014) is considered one of the best Documentary,Drama,History,News movie in India and around the world.

More money flows through the family courts, and into the hands of courthouse insiders, than in all other court systems in America combined - over $50 billion a year and growing. Through extensive research and interviews with the nation's top divorce lawyers, mediators, judges, politicians, litigants and journalists, this documentary uncovers how children are torn from their homes, unlicensed custody evaluators extort money, and abusive judges play god with people's lives while enriching their friends. This explosive documentary reveals the family courts as unregulated, extra-constitutional fiefdoms. Rather than assist victims of domestic crimes, these courts often precipitate them. And rather than help parents and children move on, as they are mandated to do, these courts - and their associates - drag out cases for years, sometimes decades, ultimately resulting in a rash of social ills, including home foreclosure, bankruptcy, suicide and violence. Solutions to the crisis are sought ...


Divorce Corp (2014) Reviews

  • The best movie I didn't want to see


    I just got back from the Phoenix opening show, and I have to admit that I am a little upset. I am not upset with the quality of the film, but the way it left me feeling after being reminded of the corruption and pain from my past cases. The film makers did and excellent job of compressing an extremely complicated topic into a well organized and an easy to understand presentation. I was not sure I was going to learn anything new, because I thought I had seen everything. Anyone who has been through a divorce or custody battle has a decent understanding of how the corrupt Family Court system operates. I was unpleasantly surprised to learn some new facts and injustices that I had not seen before. The corruption has always been obvious to me, but I didn't understand the motivation to the level the film exposes. The narration by Dr. Drew was perfect. People who know nothing about Family Court can watch this film and follow it. I strongly recommend this movie to anyone considering marriage, or anyone who is just starting out their divorce or custody action. For most of us, we didn't have the luxury of knowing how corrupt the family courts were until we were neck deep in tears and debt. Thanks to this film, many others will be able to walk into their unfortunate situations with a clearer expectation. The movie revived my promise to myself to stay single until the day I die.

  • Brilliant and insightful.


    Divorce Inc is brilliant and insightful. The movie captures the ugly and the nasty side of the Industry that any reasonable person will label as a racketeering and corrupt organization. The divorce Inc is the most totalitarian institution ever created by Family Courts, Family Bar Associations, Custody Evaluators, Guardian at Litems, unethical Judges, Therapists and other "court hangers". It is the most serious perpetrator of human and constitutional rights violations in the U.S. The divorce regime is responsible for much more than "ugly divorces," "nasty custody battles that lead decent citizens into bankruptcy and foreclosures and huge payouts to the "court hangers". Absolute power corrupts absolutely. Divorce Inc captures this essence very forcefully. Family Courts hearings should be subject to video and audio recordings and evaluated for fairness by citizens. Jury trials should become the norm when a Judge is accused of bias. Family Court Judges should be required and subjected to annual citizen hearings regarding their decisions in custody cases and graded upon their performances.

  • The best film documentary on State sponsored corruption


    Just saw 'Divorce Corp' in Boston on January 23rd, 2014. The Boston Embassy Theatre reported it having the largest ever turnout for a special showing. I estimated approx. 200 in attendance. At conclusion of the documentary there was overwhelming applause, followed by a very interesting panel of 4, assembled by Ned Holstein of the NPO (National Parents Organization) to Q&A, with audience participation. By a requested showing of 'hands', the audience was well represented by divorced mothers and fathers, family law reformers, along with those that feed off the misery from children of divorce. An outstanding film that brings bona fide legitimacy towards unveiling the corruption behind the black robe of judges and their disgraceful and criminal dealings of the kangaroo court, called "Family Court". Divorce Corp. reflects truth of our most disgraceful part of America which compelled me and thousands of others, like Alec Baldwin, to personally speak out and become an activist in support of millions of parents and children brutalized by the Family Court racketeering scheme. It is my promise as an infuriated American father to personally help widely distribute future released DVD's of this film across campuses at Harvard Law School, Suffolk Law, N.U., B.U. and then watch those respective anti-establishment activists spread the word globally. The movie included many candid interviews with retired judges, lawyers, parenting coordinators, a P.I., and Scandinavian people(whom I envy)from Iceland who do not have flourishing corrupt Family Courts, that our country will eventually model, if good trump's evil.

  • 15 yrs later and the impact is still real


    It is hard to get anyone to witness reality when the reality is so bleak. I went to the Fri opening in Denver with a buddy and another couple and there were less than 2 hand fulls of people in the theater. But the story was so well done I found myself having to leave after about an hour. It brought back so many bad memories of my personal experience as the victim of what I can only describe as racketeering. We worry so much about off-shore terrorism when we have a huge domestic terrorist threat in the family courts. Threats, intimidation, bribery, falsifications, forced imprisonment, loss of property, career, reputation it all happens - and justified with the biggest lie of all "in the best interest of the children'. I know many actual victims cannot afford to go to a theater movie or can't emotionally handle the replay of the horror story of life they lived through. But this is a must see for anybody concerned about basic justice - for ultimately it is largely about the abuse and use of children as pawns. It should be requited viewing for High School students and any premarital counseling. Society is paying a huge price for enabling and fostering the ability for anyone to "terrorize" another person and abuse the basic human rights of children merely for the sake of making some $$$.

  • Excellent Expose of the Family Court Injustice System in our country


    It is hard to get the word out on the injustice system out Family Court system is providing. This documentary does a very good job. Unfortunately a lot more could be said. The enemy within is not so much communists or terrorists, but family court. But its a start. Unless something is done Family court will destroy America. There were only 6 people at the showing I went to. I think many of the actual victims cannot afford to go to a movie. A must see for anybody concerned about justice. This should be requited viewing to all High School students. And required viewing in any premarital counseling session. It would have been somewhat better if they spent more time on false allegations and the political factors that have shaped this disaster.


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