Frisher To Host Divorce Corp Movie Showing Tonight
By Giles Malone // January 20, 2014
set for 8 p.m. at Oaks Movie Cinema
ABOVE VIDEO: “Divorce Corp.” is an explosive new documentary that exposes the appalling waste, and shameless collusive practices within the U.S. family law industry. More money and more people flow through the family courts than any other court system in America combined – now grossing over $50 billion a year.
BREVARD COUNTY• MELBOURNE, FLORIDA— Alan Frisher, a divorce reform advocate and financial advisor, will present the Brevard premier of “Divorce Corp.,” a documentary aimed at exposing the atrocities that occur when marriages end in divorce.
The movie will be shown on Monday, Jan. 20 at 8 p.m at the Oaks Movie Cinema, located at 1800 W Hibiscus Boulevard in Melbourne. Admission is free, but a $10 donation is requested.
“This film is a real eye-opener for people who might not really understand that the divorce industry is a multi-billon dollar business and that it can ruin people’s lives,” said Frisher.
A financial advisor in Brevard County since 2000, Frisher established Sage Divorce Planning in 2006 to offer much needed personal services when dealing with the financial issues of divorce. He is the founder and director of Florida Alimony Reform, an organization dedicated to changing the laws related to alimony from divorce.
Frisher earned a B.A. degree with honors in Economics from the City University of New York and graduated from the Institute for Divorce Financial Analysts. He has extensive experience in the financial services industry and received specialized training in the financial issues of divorce.
He is also the author of the book “Divorcing the System,” which is also available in e-book format on Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Vook and IBookStore.com
“People will find this film shocking, and we encourage them to attend to understand the true ramifications of deciding to enter into a divorce.”
CENTERPIECE OF NATIONWIDE MOVEMENT
Divorce Corp. is the centerpiece of a nationwide grassroots movement to reform the U.S. family law system as long lasting divorces often sap couples’ resources.
“Even in amicable separations the lawyers seem to have an incentive to draw out the conflict,” said Frisher.
The documentary, produced by Joseph Sorge and narrated by Drew Pinsky, describes conflicts of interest among judges and problems with custody evaluators.
In the film, lawyers and activists concede many of the points, and a California private investigator relishes the role of assuring us that it’s all even sleazier than you could imagine.
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ABOVE VIDEO: Alan Frisher talks about the special screening of Divorce Corp. that will be shown on Monday, Jan. 20 at 8 p.m at the Oaks Movie Cinema, located at 1800 W Hibiscus Boulevard in Melbourne. Admission is free, but a $10 donation is requested.