Do Divorce & Family Court Lawyers "generate conflict on purpose to exploit their clients' money"?

A popular Connecticut blogger discussed an interesting topic the other day about how conflict divorces and family court cases in the state have skyrocketed in recent years and she blames the spike on corrupt lawyers and judges who keep the conflict between families going in order to exploit clients of their money. Are family lawyers guilty of this, for lack of a better word, evil? Do you agree with the blogger or do you disagree?
She wrote in part:

I would suggest that family court conflict, at least in the State of CT–I can’t speak for elsewhere–is a family court industry generated problem.

As always, there is a solid group that simply works out its differences with or without support as you mention. But the remainder, and the stats back this up, are victims of a family court professionals’ scheme to defraud and exploit vulnerable family court litigants who rely upon them for support and guidance.
These family court professionals deliberately generate conflict and legal difficulties for money. It is as simple as that.
The mental health professionals, of course, are trained at manipulation and psychological torture, and so they are particularly at fault here, which is why they are often called “Whores of the Court”. But blaming the victims here, by calling them litigious or saying they just don’t know how to resolve problems by negotiating in a reasonable way, is uncalled for when it comes to family court. In my case, for instance, attorneys never let my ex and I stay in the same room because they knew that we’d resolve matters quickly if we did.
I have to say that a few years ago, I saw some very questionable techniques employed by lawyers working for the state court system in a family law case. I was stunned, actually, by how clearly this attorney was helping to make the problem in this family worse rather than try to help them resolve the issue. I was stunned. Did I say I was stunned? S.T.U.N.N.E.D. But I thought this man was the aberration and I still hope that he was. What about you? What has been your experience in family court? Do you think the lawyers are helping? Or are they making it worse on purpose?