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Ask an Attorney: Should I Convince the Judge my Ex is a Narcissist?

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Question I just listened to your interview posted from the WNAAD event. Thank you. It seems you suggest that litigants shouldn’t draw attention to the cluster b disorder, but bring up behavior facts. I understand that now, and although I have never called him any names or referred to him…

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