Divorce Corp.

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"Marriage is an institution. Divorce is big business."
  • NR
  • 2014
  • 1 hr 33 min
  • 8.0  (476)
  • 39

Divorce Corp. is a documentary film that delves into the subject of divorce in America. The film is directed by Joseph Sorge and is narrated by Dr. Drew Pinsky. The documentary is an eye-opening exposé of the often shady and underhanded practices that take place within the American divorce industry. It is an impartial look at the corrupted legal system and the financial institutions that manipulate it.

The film follows the stories of various couples who have gone through the divorce process in America. It highlights how the current divorce system, which is meant to be a means of achieving justice and fairness, has instead become a breeding ground for unscrupulous lawyers, biased judges, and greedy financial institutions.

The documentary begins by introducing the audience to the divorce industry and how it has become a multi-billion dollar business in America. The film highlights how lawyers, judges, and financial institutions profit off families during the divorce process. It also exposes how the system is rigged toward high-income individuals, punishing those who have less wealth.

Throughout the film, we see how the divorce industry is fueled by conflict, incentivizing lawyers to encourage and even create more conflict between the divorcing parties to prolong the case and increase their own fees.

The audience sees how the legal system does not work in the favor of families as well as how judges are often unconcerned with the best interests of the children involved. Throughout the film, the audience is shown how the system destroys families by pitting spouses against each other and the severe emotional, financial, and physical harm it causes.

The film features interviews with lawyers, judges, financial advisors, politicians, and other experts who are successful in their respective fields. They discuss their personal experiences with the divorce industry and the changes they believe need to be made in order to combat the corruption in the legal system.

One of the most prominent voices in the film is Gloria Allred, a well-known attorney who has made a name for herself by representing women in high profile cases. Allred talks about the shortcomings of the family court system and how it fails to protect women and children in abusive relationships.

The documentary also introduces the audience to the financial side of the divorce industry, including the role of banks, credit card companies, and other financial institutions in exploiting the financial vulnerability of divorcing individuals. The system relies on the emotional turmoil of those involved in divorce to keep them tethered to their debts rather than having a more balanced approach to fair settlements.

Divorce Corp. provides insight into the many ways in which the legal system, particularly in regards to divorce, is rife with fraud, corruption and abuses of power. The documentary is an educational and informative look into this complex and often misunderstood issue.

In summary, Divorce Corp. is an eye-opening, educational and informative documentary that exposes the hidden truths about the American divorce industry. Its emphasis on the financial, legal and psychological harms caused by the rigged divorce system will leave the audience with a deeper understanding and appreciation of the need for reform. The filmmaker masterfully tells the story of how so many individuals and the court system often fails to deliver justice, instead leaving people with a lifetime of pain and regret.

Divorce Corp. is a 2014 documentary with a runtime of 1 hour and 33 minutes. It has received mostly poor reviews from critics and viewers, who have given it an IMDb score of 8.0 and a MetaScore of 39.

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