Mixed-neurological marriages are vulnerable to expensive, high-conflict divorce that harms families and benefits attorneys.
As stated in our values:
17. We believe that the claim that divorce is always bad for children is false.
18. We believe the divorce process can be particularly difficult for mixed-neurological couples.
20. We believe that legislators and court officials need a better understanding of mixed-neurological divorce in order to design and implement procedures that protect families from unnecessary distress.
21. We believe attorneys often unknowingly take advantage of autism during high-conflict divorce and that autism education could help attorneys make ethical decisions that support mixed-neurological families.
22. We believe that both partners should leave divorce as financial equals and that laws that work to ensure children are well taken care of after divorce are paramount.
23. We believe that married people, divorced people, and single people all have equal worth and value.
Please read our white paper addressing autism and divorce: