Are you concerned that you’re married to a narcissist? Are you fed up with being bullied and controlled by your spouse and want out?
At Harrogate Family Law, one of our specialities is dealing with divorce cases involving narcissists.
Getting the very best legal advice from a solicitor used to dealing with narcissists is vital. It will make a huge difference to your future.
When you’re married to a narcissist, you may be wondering which way to turn. Naturally, you’re aware of the impact their behaviour has on you and your family.
Of course, every narcissist is different and finding a resolution is not always easy. But as family law solicitors with a particular specialism in cases involving narcissists, we have tried and tested strategies to deal with them efficiently and get you the future you deserve.
What are the traits of a narcissist?
The following is a non-exhaustive list of many of the traits we see in a narcissist divorce:
- Coercive control;
- Lack remorse, compassion, or empathy;
- Poor self-esteem often manifesting itself through arrogance;
- Preoccupation with outward appearances: i.e. status, wealth, and success over other virtues such as morals and integrity;
- Difficulty in regulating their emotions normally, often resulting in aggressive impulses;
- Vain and self-righteous, and often disproportionately self-centered;
- Very sensitive to criticism of themselves;
- Yet they show intolerance for others’ imperfections.
Whilst these traits can make a narcissist very successful in the outside world or in their career, they can be a nightmare to deal with – both to live with and to get a divorce from. It is vital that your solicitor is used to handling such people.
About Harrogate Family Law
Based in Harrogate, North Yorkshire, we help couples and partners across Yorkshire with expert family law advice including separation.
We understand that making the decision to separate is not an easy one, and we will be with you every step of the way to help protect your assets, assist with children matters and consider all other implications of separation.