This strategic action plan workbook is 27 pages of extremely useful tips & resources; exercises; worksheets and MUCH MORE!!!
About the Family Court Strategic Action Plan Workbook:
Family Court parties are usually the most overwhelmed, disappointed and victimized of any other court venue. For several reasons, people that are embroiled in a Family Court, either divorce or custody, case often feel like they are at their wits end fighting for their families. One of the main reasons parties feel disappointed and discouraged is because of the lawyers failure to provide adequate representation. Another major reason, is because the Family Court system is destructive to families. The laws are often overlooked, the procedures are applies arbitrarily and the judges are extremely biased. So what are the parties to do when they are forced to litigate their case in court in spite of all of these flaws? What they should do is not give up….NEVER give up! They owe it to their children to speak up for them, to ensure that their well-being is not overlooked and to protect their future.
There is a saying “if you can’t beat them then join them”. This is definitely applicable and justified in Family Court. It’s a system that can’t “beat” because they have the power and the authority. So you can “join” them or align with the court by learning to “play” by their rules. How do you do that? I’m glad you ask. You need to use something that IS on your side….STRATEGY! The judge and court have the law and power and authority……………..but you have STRATEGY!
What is STRATEGY and how does it even apply to your Family Court case? It is the practical and tactical steps you take to achieve your specific goal. Strategy can apply to any aspect of life where you set goals, aspirations, missions, etc. It’s a matter of deciding that you will do whatever it takes to achieve success by reaching those goals. You do have goals in mind with respect to your Family Court case, right? I mean you are not blindly going through the process without a desired outcome are you? Well, even if you have been up til this point, it’s time to change that. You need to approach this aspect of your life as if your life depended on it, because in all reality this is YOUR LIFE!
Strategy is where the practical and the legal overlap. There is a practical path to get through the process in addition to the legal one. The problem is that lawyers are only concerned with the legal path. And the practical side is often overlooked or misguided because litigants need guidance here too. So, what typically happens in this instance. The parties wind up being forced to settle or getting slammed at trial and feeling victimized by the whole ordeal. No one wins in Family Court, but not everybody has to lose it all either. But had a solid strategy been developed, followed and revised when necessary, the outcome would have been different.
That’s what this Workbook helps the user to develop, strategy. It provides information and exercises that will help the user develop a strategy using a step by step process.
- 8 Steps to Develop a Solid Strategic Plan;
- Exercises to focus on Mindset, Mental Clarity, Emotional Mastery, Self Awareness, Critical Thinking and much more;
- Resources to applicable legal principles & laws;
- And real life scenarios to help you understand how it all comes together.
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This is ideal for ANYONE going through Family Court, divorce or custody case, that would like to approach the process from a proactive stance. Whether self-represented or represented by an attorney, this Workbook will supplement anything you’ve been using to help you navigate your case. As a first step or supplement to what you’re already doing, this is a very valuable resource for any Family Court litigant.
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