The Letter of the Law; Helping or Hindering
“What the Law Can and Cannot Do for You”
Save yourself thousands of dollars by reading this first. It’s not that you should avoid using a lawyer but before you do, you want to know what to ask and what’s really important. If you don’t, you can end up with very large bills and little progress.
- What’s worth going to court over?
- When my Ex won’t listen any more, what other options do I have?
- How do you approach the court date to get the best possible outcome?
If you’re new to separation, you’ve probably got some legal obligation with your Ex that needs sorting out. You’ve probably started to look at how much you can keep and how much you’ll lose. You may have also considered how you can keep more and lose less. It’s all normal.
Then there’s the children. Who’s going to look after them? What do the words like custody really mean? What about the choices I make today, what effect will it have on my rights later?
Countless battles are fought every year in the Family Court. Arguments, blame, unfairness, inequality, and hopelessness are all part of the game. Very few really ever win. Most count very large costs – and not just financial.
Before you start – or before you continue taking another step – read this eBook and save yourself thousands of dollars, hundreds of hours, and sleepless nights.
The court system can be good for some things and is necessary for others, but the majority of cases that end up in family court can be sorted out through counselling and communication – which are far cheaper financially and emotionally on everyone in your complex family.