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Would recommend this Beit Din
Felt pressured by the BD to exchange something for Get
Were told not to bring representation by this Beit Din
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What people say ...
Straightforward process. Our lawyer was with us, told us what to expect, and it was predictable. The waiting area (hallway) was clean.
The Beit Din did not want to hear from me. When they asked questions to us as a couple, and I answered, they asked my ex for verification. I stopped talking, because they wanted to hear from me as little as possible and I wanted it to go smoothly so I could leave with a get. They recommended "shalom bayit" (therapy, presumably,) which is incredibly painful to hear after going through the very difficult process to get to this moment. When my ex handed me my get, the Beit Din hovered over me making sure I was holding my hands flat in exactly the right way. It was condescending and ridiculous. Again, I complied for ease of process. There were no women present except myself. I felt I barely needed to be there. It was insulting and degrading.
The dayanim made my ex change the agreement.
They consider the husband even though there is a divorce charge and do not do so for more than two and a half years