PARENTS: If your co-parent insists on a child custody or access battle despite the documented risks of emotional harm to children experiencing high parental conflict…

DIVORCE PROFESSIONALS: If children in families with whom you are involved are at risk because their parents don’t appreciate the trauma of custody and access cases…

Utilize the power of film to SHOW battling parents
the custody process through the eyes of children.

Watch a 1-Minute Filmclip


Talk to Strangers and its companion parents’ guide have won national acclaim as uniquely powerful weapons to avoid the damage to children caused by unnecessary child-related court battles (see testimonials below). A screenplay by award-winning writer/director (and veteran divorce lawyer) Larry Sarezky, and an original score by Grammy-winning composer Brian Keane, bring combative parents… and their lawyers… to their senses as they experience the ordeal of children captured on the custody battlefield.



Use this Telly Award-winning film and parents’ guide to:

  • Reduce the length and cost of your divorce by prioritizing resolution of child-related issues
  • Debunk dangerous myths about the custody and access battles that compromise, humiliate, and frighten children
  • Learn how to build consensus with your co-parent
  • Reduce and manage the conflict with your co-parent that puts your children at risk
  • Guide your kids to achieve the four main needs of children of divorce (see below)
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    Divorce Professionals & Educators

    Protect children (and their parents) from avoidable custody and access litigation. This award-winning 25-minute film is one of the only outside divorce products ever endorsed by the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers. Use it to fulfill ethical and moral obligations to parents and their children by enabling parents—as well as other divorce professionals—to experience what’s in store for children held hostage on the custody battlefield.

    Take advantage of streaming subscriptions and DVD bulk rates; and use the. DVD chapters and Quick Index and Discussion Starter to assist in instructional use.

    High-conflict divorce denies children
    what they need most. Talk to Strangers gives it back.


    Children in high-conflict divorce want and need four things:

  • An end to their parents’ fighting
  • An end to uncertainty about where and with whom they will be living
  • A return to some normalcy in their lives
  • Security in knowing that their parents will continue to love and care for them
  • Help your children get what they need by heading off custody
    and access battles with the Talk to Strangers film and guide and …


    Sample the national acclaim for the film that brings judges and lawyers to tears…and parents to their senses!

    “Whether you are involved, a loved one is involved or you are a professional, it will provide great insight and real assistance. WATCH IT AND LEARN!”

    – Alan Dershowitz, Harvard School of Law

    “Talk to Strangers is the film every parent contemplating or in the midst of child custody litigation should see!”

    – The Hon. Paula Kurshner
    Oregon Family Court Judge (Ret.)

    “…Talk to Strangers, both the film and the pocket guide, are wonderful!
    The voices of the children speak louder than any educational program….”

    – ROBIN M. DEUTSCH, PH.D; past president
    Association of Family and Conciliation Courts

    “This film is… truly one of the most powerful tools I have seen that can encourage parents and professionals to pause and more thoughtfully consider how custody battles affect children.”

    – James T. McLaren, past president
    American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers

    This is NOT your typical talking-head divorce video!

    Talk to Strangers is the story of a brother and sister struggling through the custody evaluation process in their parents’ custody battle. Featuring an original score by Grammy Award winning composer Brian Keane, the film delivers its message with unparalleled emotional impact.

    How the Talk to Strangers Project Came to Be… and Why

    Larry Sarezky, a Connecticut divorce lawyer, filmmaker, and writer had seen too many children compromised, humiliated, and frightened by the custody evaluation process used in our courts. So he made a film to dissuade parents from subjecting their children to that process, and authored a guide to show them how.

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    About Larry Sarezky, Esq.

    Larry Sarezky, a past Chair of the Connecticut Bar Association’s
    Family Law Section, has represented clients from the ranks of Fortune 500 CEO’s, MLB Hall of Famers, and Oscar, Grammy and Emmy winners. He has addressed judges, lawyers, mediators, and therapists across the U.S. on family law issues, and his commentaries have appeared in The Huffington Post and numerous other forums. His new book, Divorce, Simply Stated is an amazon #1 best-seller available at www.amazon.com.