Documentary | Divorce Corp

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 …


Sorge ends the film ends with a call for reformation of family courts, but he doesn’t suggest a way to do that.

The only way to change the destructive practices in the courts is to mobilize public opinion against them. But many of those who’ve experienced family courts as the result of divorce are angry — and that anger has not led to the kind of changes Sorge would like to see.

Divorce Corp. clearly shows why such reforms are necessary. It also shows how difficult they will be to achieve.

Divorce Corp: Film Reviews

Divorce Corp Movie Review & Film Summary (2014) | Roger Ebert

Divorce Corp: Film Review – Hollywood Reporter



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