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The stress of litigation can be devastating

“Under the stress of litigating the most personal issues of our lives, including child-custody rights and the division of assets, sufferers can find their ability to effectively testify on their behalf hindered by a range of physical and psychological afflictions, including anxiety, panic attacks, severe headaches and nausea, and in severe cases, victims have suffered heart attacks and strokes,” Dr. Huffer said. UCLA Symposium 2012: for article and streaming audios.