. . . make simple decisions, he would postpone meetings, he agreed to issues and then changed his mind, he would lie to the courts, and on and on. A therapist told us it was his way of letting my sister know that he was still in control and that there wasn't anything she could do about it. All my sister wanted to do was get the divorce over with so she could get on with her life, and all her husband wanted to do was prolong the process as long as possible - it was very frustrating. It took one thousand four hundred and twenty-six days (three years, eleven months, sixteen days) from the time my sister filed for a divorce until the day we no longer needed courtrooms and attorneys. We attended fourteen hearings, we had four judges, five attorneys (two for my sister and three for her husband) - six if we count the time he represented himself - one family court counselor, two therapists and three psychologists, plus one psychological evaluation was performed. That all takes a very long time!