Allegations of sexual assault are becoming commonplace in divorce cases. Such a large number of these allegations are false and very arguable that a syndrome was created to identify these cases: S.A.I.D. Syndrome (Sexual Allegations In Divorce).

The SAID Syndrome often identifies false accusations of sexual misconduct with a minor, something which can easily be spotted but can also just as easily take children away from a loving parent. False accusations are usually made after the divorce process begins and can easily happen after the divorce is final when parents are trying to regain child custody rights.

False accusations can easily be ruled as fact when the correct steps are not taken in the legal process. Therapists and the police department involved in the case may have no experience in the matter yet offer strong opinions. The Defense lawyer may not be aggressive enough to poke holes in the witness’s fictional tales. In order to protect yourself against these very common allegations of sex crimes involved with divorce you should look for a defense attorney. A defense attorney experienced in the topic area can make sure all files on the persons involved are completed by qualified individuals, that the therapists and other professional testifying and providing opinions are capable and experienced in the area, and possibly help you find a private reliable polygraph test.