A 17-year legal fight between two US law professors over their divorce and continuing disputes has drawn criticism from judges who say the pair are setting a bad example not only to future divorcees, but to present and future law students.
The battle has seen both Christo Lassiter and former wife, Sharlene Boltz call the police on the other, and both lose custody of their children. Many of the historic issues related to custody of the children, who are now 17 and 20 years old, whereas presents arguments center around money.
The date of the next hearing is September 6.
In Thailand divorce law, a divorce agreement, also known as a divorce settlement agreement, is a contract drawn between a divorcing couple that determines issues concerning the divorce such as: the division of shared property, child custody, visitation, alimony, and other marital issues. In general, in a court divorce case the parties may negotiate a settlement agreement with the assistance of a Thailand divorce attorney rather than pursue a full-on court divorce and wait for and accept a court judgment. In an uncontested administrative divorce at the Khet or Amphur the persons divorcing may also enter into a divorce agreement and have it made part of the official record.