4. Inability of the offender to use the legal or judicial system for frivolous accusations, false accusations, or the use of the justice system to further harass victims. (Narcs accuse their victims of doing to them what they do, of actually doing to the victim. Narcs also tend to manipulate their own lawyers.) In the event that violators do not comply with applicable legal agreements, more severe penalties for non-compliance. (Narcs don`t follow rules or laws because they truly believe laws don`t apply to them. For this reason, they continue to harass, stalk, and abuse, even when it comes to permanent jurisdictions.) 1. Immediate and permanent contact prohibition orders / protection orders to protect the victim for life. (Abusers continue contact to reintegrate victims into lives after 1, 5, 10 years or more to abuse and harass them for narcissistic care.) Supervised exchange of children for those who must be parents to an abuser. Shanna`s Law comes from a stay-at-home mom whose abuser made false accusations against her in order to gain custody of the children and influence the divorce. This type of unfortunate situation is becoming more and more common. We do not believe that victims should be punished for abandoning their abuser and protecting their children.
Nor should they have to debate whether or not to leave an abusive situation because the law does not protect them. Unfortunately, there are an increasing number of children who end up in the hands of their abusers because of this type of trick. We want the courts to take into account the authors` vindictive plans when deciding the fate of minor children in family court. Leaving a narcissistic relationship is extraordinarily difficult. Doing it alone is almost impossible. At ADZ Law, LLP, our divorce lawyers understand the NDP and how difficult it can be to escape narcissistic violence. We help victims of domestic violence leave their abusive partners and support them throughout the court process. We invite you to contact ADZ Law, LLP to arrange a consultation, to learn more about our team and how we can help you free yourself from the narcissist in your life. VEXATIOUS (persistent) LITIGATION – and how the system is most often abused by people with narcissistic personality disorder.
Phycology calls this phenomenon « quarrelsome » behavior, but in court it is called vexatious litigation. Recent research describes this as a paranoia in which the individual may repeatedly try to obtain satisfaction through legal and/or legislative measures. When escaping a narcissistic relationship, the key is to show the court (and your support team) the truth behind the mask. This probably includes witnessing some of your worst moments when dealing with this extremely conflicted personality. Nor should impairments be due solely to the direct physiological effects of a substance, such as drug abuse or a general illness, such as head trauma. Many people may feel that they are being abused by someone who suffers from NDP. However, as already explained, this is a very rare personality disorder. This is not to say that a person can only suffer narcissistic abuse from someone with a diagnosed personality disorder.
Some of the traits are commonly seen in the general population (but at the lower end of the overall spectrum) and are likely to be amplified during a divorce scenario. Abuse is abuse and should not be justified under any circumstances. On March 14, 2016, a resident of Spring, Texas, and a U.S. Air Force veteran committed suicide. This person suffered more than a decade of abuse by a person with narcissistic personality disorder (as determined by specific behavior patterns shown by people with this disorder) that continued even after that relationship ended in the fall of 2013. The victim and his new wife were targeted and harassed only to make their lives as difficult as possible. If the perpetrator could no longer elicit a response from the target, the harassment was directed at someone closest to the victim. His wife.
Meanwhile, the victim had been threatened by her abuser that her long career in computers at a large state-owned financial institution would be threatened, as well as her financial well-being for her refusal to communicate with her abuser. The perpetrator carried out his threat. A « complaint » was filed with his employer only 5 days after his decision not to have contact with his attacker. (The perpetrator was a former employee of the same company.) He felt unfairly fired based on information based on « half-truths » and private and protected medical information disclosed by his attacker. The victim became even more anxious and excited about the loss of her long career. Victims fought hard in the justice system to stop the harassment, but were repeatedly told that nothing could be done unless there was a risk of death. They have suffered from smear campaigns, harassment, online harassment, defamation, defamation, invasion of privacy, posting of personal, medical, and financial information on online blogs, cyberbullying, cyberstalking, bullying, job loss, hacking, credit monitoring, access to credit/car accounts, and more. The victims moved twice in a year to « hide » their whereabouts, but the perpetrator found their whereabouts by accessing a family members` email account.
The perpetrator constantly threatened to slander and harass the victims, but it was never the victims who did these things. As with all narcissists, the accuser is actually the one who is guilty of these things. Even worse, the perpetrator also claimed to be a victim of stalking and harassment in order to attract the attention, support and sympathy of his friends and blog followers (which is typical of narcissistic personality disorder). VIOLENCE AFTER SEPARATION EXPLAINED Counterparenting: When the unhealthy parent has so much hatred for the other parent that their judgment center is compromised and their actions are motivated by revenge and anger. This person is unable to act in the best interests of their child and is unable to move in a healthy direction. They take every opportunity to insult, reprimand or dig up healthy parents. They undermine the healthy parent by disrupting the child`s sleep schedule, diet, and routines. They contradict the rules and withhold information. Ignoring schoolwork, projects, and homework to create chaos for healthy parents. It also uses parental leave as a weapon and enforces custody plans that are not in the best interests of the child.