I\'m in the beginning phases of a bloody divorce and my wife is using my bipolar condition against me left and right to try and build up a defense agaisnt her infidelity. (I has counter-filed for a fault divorce under those grounds) Has anyone had any experience in how the courts handle bipolar defendants? How should I act? Should I admit to a bi-poloar influence or stick to my guns and say that it is firmly under control with medication?
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