I'm not sure who's at fault in this divorce case: Tammy, Raphael, or both. But it's long, expensive and seemingly full of vitriol.
Did I mention that Raphael's an attorney? Who's representing himself? Well, he is.
The parties end up having to pay $100,000 (!) -- with Raphael advancing the entire sum, and half charged to each party's share of community property -- in order to have another attorney (Eve Lopez) appointed as the attorney for their daughter. Which, by coincidence, means that one Southwestern Law graduate ends up having to pay a ton of money to a more recent Southwestern Law graduate to represent his kid.
Divorce involving lawyers: Unfortunately, not often pretty.