We have heard the pain and seen the tears of many, caught in the web of a high-conflict divorce. A legal battle that too often becomes dysfunctional, leading to unfair biases and lifelong inequitable outcomes.
Many find it difficult to understand how this process can so easily engulf every part of their lives. A high-conflict divorce can legally affect your immediate family, boss at work, network of personal friends and even your clergyman.
People think to themselves, “will I ever really be free of my ex-spouse? Will I ever again live an independent life, free to parent my children as I see fit and pursue my goal of financial independence?”
So, it all starts with understanding the skill set and personality of the attorney you need to hire to optimize your chance of success. But ultimately, it doesn’t matter if you are contemplating divorce, just starting the divorce, well into the divorce process, or in the post-dissolution divorce period.
The Win at Divorce team has come together to provide you with a roadmap, that will make answers to the questions posed above an uncategorical, “Yes”.
In totality, you will be provided with a huge amount of information most attorneys are either unaware of or unable to appraise you of. The tools and tactics contained herein, have allowed thousands to gain control of their financial future and parent their children in a loving, conflict-free home.
We want to provide you with an environment, totally free of legal obligations, a familial and socially nurturing environment that provides you with happiness and strength, able to take your life down any path you choose.
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Table of Contents
Win at Divorce 15-part series
Part 1 – Understanding Your Adversary
Part 2 – The Assertive Approach a Powerful Winning Strategy
Part 3 – Personality Disorders Categorized – Source of the High Conflict Divorce
Part 4 – The Neurological Wiring of People with PD – Dangerous High Voltage
Part 5 – Beating a Blamer with an Assertive Approach
Part 6 – Creating Assertive Body Armor
Part 7 – Succeeding in Today’s Family Court Culture
Part 8 – Hiring the Right Lawyer – A Major Decision
Part 9 – Launching Clandestine Operations
Part 10 – What to Expect from the Blamer’s Attorney – It’s Not Good
Part 11 – The Deposition and Cross-Examination – Two Silver Bullets
Part 12 – Controlling Court Appointed Experts and Evaluators
Part 13 – Rorschach Test – Correct Answers
Part 14 – Draw a Person Test – Correct Answers and Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Inventory – Correct Strategy
Part 15 – Conclusion
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Control your Financial Future
Get custody of your children (if any)
Gain a Conflict-free Future
Keep the Judge on Your Side
The judge may introduce anything you say or write into evidence in court. Most importantly, maintain total emotional and behavioral control when in court. The more you gesticulate, grimace and squirm in your chair, as your blamer levels lies against you, the more your inner persona decreases in value in the eyes of the judge. On the other hand, a polished person who is confident in their case and cause lets these lies slide off them like water off a duck’s back.
How to Predict the Development of a High Conflict Divorce
People with personality disorders tend to drive divorce into a high-conflict court battle. But these people have a narrow and highly predictable range of behaviors, especially under stress. Most people don’t see these patterns, but once you know what to look for, you will be surprised at how you can predict their actions. The better you can anticipate their future behavior, the better prepared you will be. Of course, this doesn’t make it easy. So, we have filled this seminar with actionable information to help you cope with the multitude of problems a partner with an underlying personality disorder can cause.
How to Keep Cool in Court
Think strategically, not reactively. Avoid acting out of frustration and anger; otherwise, you may do things that waste energy and hurt you in the long term. Likewise, it’s essential you avoid reacting and communicating with the other person without advice. “Stop and think” are some of the most important words you can think of when you enter a family court battle.
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The Win At Divorce Video Seminar
Fourteen part series providing you with in depth knowledge of the divorce proceeding and current court culture. Information contained within, guides you through each of the major decisions and “how to” processes you will face. Just a few of these include, the legal and personality traits of the best attorney to hire to win your case, how to testify in court the right way, how to optimally take a deposition and the best path to follow to gain custody of your children, if you so desire. This is a comprehensive compendium of information put together by world leading professionals on the subject of divorce.
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