I had divorced a very volatile, pathological NPD man, and had a very rough five years with the post-divorce manipulation, false allegations, grandstanding, and all the other grandiose disordered behaviors from my ex. I have used multiple lawyers in the past for the divorce and subsequent custody modifications, as you could imagine, because most attorneys do not understand and appreciate the complexity of the situation or the narcissistic personality disorder. I interviewed four other attorneys before I found John Ibrahim. John practices family law exclusively, and is extremely knowledgeable and prepared to handle the exceptional litigation challenges associated with divorcing the narcissist personality. He is very responsive, diligent, and dependable, as well as easy to talk to, patient, empathetic, and kind. John has an unbelievable presence in the courtroom--and this is crucial, especially crucial, when you are involved in divorcing a narcissist. John was able to mitigate the impact of my ex's attempts to abuse by proxy using the court system and CPS. He was very proactive, and was never once swayed by my ex's attempts to use the Covid-19 shutdown to evade the situation. John prevailed in my DVRO hearing and I got a five-year restraining order against my ex, sole legal and physical custody of my children with no visitation for my ex, and John even got the Judge to see there does exist a need for a psychiatric evaluation for my ex--the Judge then ordered my ex to get a psychiatric evaluation and to provide proof of responding to treatment as a requirement for ever getting any visitation in the future. John and his paralegal Connie worked very diligently and professionally to get results that exceeded my expectations. They were very thorough with each of the pleadings, and are both extremely adept at navigating the legal system. I highly recommend Mr. John Ibrahim, Esq.