Expert Divorce Advice for Men and Women
The divorce advice that I am about to share with you can change your life forever. Going through a divorce is one of the most emotional, costly, life-changing and high risk situations that you will ever experience. The good news is that you don’t have to go through this alone.
My name is Rick Nischalke. First of all I want you to know, I spent a lot of time thinking about what I wanted to share with you. I realize that I only have a few minutes to convey the extreme dangers of not being prepared for the divorce process. There’s a huge obstacle to my conveying that to you though. Here’s the obstacle, it’s that “you don’t know, what you don’t know”.
The sad truth is that most people have no idea how dangerous and complex the divorce process is or what’s truly at stake until it’s too late. I had no idea where to turn for helpful advice about my own divorce. I thought my attorney would take care of everything. Unfortunately I learned about the realities of divorce court the hard way and it was brutal!
I have over 15 years of knowledge and experience dealing with the divorce process, both personally and by helping thousands of other families. I know the biggest mistakes that you can make when going through a divorce. I also know the most effective ways to greatly increase your chances of a favorable outcome in court. I help clients to reduce the extreme risk, cost and conflict associated with the divorce process.
Do you worry about these things?
1. Can I trust my spouse to be honest about me, my parenting skills and our finances in court?
2. Can I stand up to my spouse even if I’m intimidated by them and don’t want to cause more arguments?
3. Will my spouse find a cut-throat attorney that will try to destroy me in court?
4. How can I be sure that I’ll get a fair financial and custody settlement from a judge that doesn’t even know us?
5. How much will this divorce cost us and how will we pay for this?
6. Where will we live after the divorce?
7. How will we survive financially as two separate households when we we’re “just getting by” as one?
8. It seems like my spouse might be trying to turn our children against me, how can I be sure?
There’s a lot of uncertainty in the divorce process. But here’s one thing that you can be sure of. If you’re married to a demanding, argumentative or controlling spouse you desperately need my help! When you match that type of personality with a cut-throat attorney (and trust me, that’s the kind they will have representing them), it’s going to get ugly…
Here’s the problem though, after helping thousands of people through the years I’ve discovered that most people don’t anticipate a great deal of conflict before their divorce. They’re under the false assumption (like I was) that their spouse will conduct themselves as an honorable, rational and fair person because THEY would conduct themselves that way. Unfortunately all too often, nothing could be further from the truth. And once you get attorneys involved EVERYTHING changes. Even if you don’t expect a difficult divorce, remember these words of wisdom: “Hope for the best but prepare for the worst.” I’ve had countless people tell me after their divorce was final that they had no idea their spouse could ever be so cruel, selfish or vindictive.
Preparing for a high conflict divorce is like purchasing insurance. You buy it hoping that you’ll never have to use it. But because the consequences of not being insured could be catastrophic, you take appropriate measures to protect yourself from extreme harm and loss.
How important would achieving the following goals be to you?
1. Peace of mind knowing that you have a plan and the resources to deal with what’s ahead
2. Peace of mind knowing that you have a powerful experienced advocate to help you through the dangerous divorce process
3. Gaining confidence to be able to set healthy boundaries with a dominating or argumentative spouse while keeping conflict to a minimum
4. Obtaining a favorable financial and custody settlement in court
5. Saving thousands of dollars of legal fees (in a system set up to promote litigation)
6. Reducing the negative impact of the entire divorce process on your children
Let all of the knowledge and experience that I’ve gained through the years give you the best chance of achieving those goals and save you a ton of heartache and money.
I lost everything
When I went through my divorce I lost EVERYTHING, my home, my business, and most importantly my two sons, they were ages 4 and 7 at the time. There aren’t any words that can possibly describe the impact of that type of loss…. But I can tell you this, my loss was so devastating, that ever since then I’ve devoted myself to finding out what works and what doesn’t work during the divorce court process, so that I could help others avoid the same costly mistakes and tragic loss that I endured.
In 2008 my wife and I founded an organization called Keeping Families Connected to help others going through similar circumstances. Since then we have helped thousands of families involved in high conflict divorces involving child custody issues. Unfortunately by the time most of these people found us it was already too late to help them. They had spent every dime they had trying to obtain a fair settlement. Most importantly, many of them had already lost all contact with their children.
I got tired of helping people pick up the pieces after the damage was done. I wanted to prevent the damage from happening in the first place.
The reason that we offer divorce consulting services today is to help people like you to avoid the same kind of heartache, pain and expense that I and so many others have gone through.
I vividly remember the questions and concerns that I had at the time I was heading toward a divorce. I remember coming to the realization that a divorce was inevitable. Regardless of whether I wanted it or not there was nothing I could do to stop it. I remember the harsh reality that life would never be the same. Although in some ways that was a relief (because I mistaken thought there would be less conflict) it was also the death of a dream of what the relationship could have been, and should have been. I also knew that my children’s lives would change forever. I was sad, angry and confused but I was committed to going through this the right way. I wasn’t looking to hurt or take advantage of my spouse, just to come out of this with a fair and equitable settlement and equal custody of our sons.
Like most people, I had a lot more questions than answers at that point. What would happen to our house? Would one of us get to keep it or would we be forced to sell it? What would happen to our business? What about the rest of our assets? Where would our children live? What schools would they go to? How much time would I get with them? Should I move out before the divorce to reduce the conflict for the children’s sake? Would doing that have any impact on my settlement? How much would this divorce cost us? How would we survive financially after the divorce? The list was endless.
Unfortunately for me I walked into divorce court completely unprepared for what lay ahead. I had no idea that there were actionable steps I could have taken to increase my chances of obtaining a favorable settlement before I ever stepped into court. I had no idea that there were specific sources that I could go to in order to find the best attorney for my case. I went through over $150,000 in legal fees because I didn’t know effective techniques and strategies to keep the costs much lower. I had no idea what “Status Quo” meant or how it would affect the terms of our settlement. And I certainly had no idea just how much power a judge has to destroy your family even if they’re biased or corrupt.
In hindsight, I had several false beliefs that sealed my fate before I ever got there. I believed that my spouse would be honest and conduct herself with integrity. I also believed that the family court system was set up to discover the truth of what was happening in our family and make a fair and equitable ruling based upon that information. I believed that justice and sanity would prevail. I was dead wrong! I was completely disillusioned and outraged at the injustice and the politics in our court system. And I’m not alone. Thousands of families are physically, financially and emotionally destroyed every day in court because most people have no idea how to prepare for the divorce process properly.
Let me be clear, what happened to me does not have to happen to you! With my help you have the ability to prepare for your divorce instead of just worrying and hoping for the best. You will have information and resources that 99% of people going through a divorce will never have.
Let me ask you a few questions:
1. Has your spouse ever given you a reason not to trust them?
2. Do they speak negatively or degrading to you (or about you) in front of others?
3. Would you ever describe your spouse as “controlling” or “intimidating”?
4. In a fit of anger, has your spouse ever threatened to leave with the children or told you that they’re a better parent than you?
5. Do you know what to do if your spouse threatens to call the police if you don’t leave your home?
6. Would it be helpful to have an expert advise you exactly how to respond to a specific threat, text, email or phone call from your ex?
7. Do you know what you are giving up if you move out of your home before your divorce is settled?
8. Do you know how to save thousands of dollars in legal fees?
9. Do you know the crucial distinctions between sole custody, primary custody, joint custody and joint physical custody?
10. Do you know what “Status Quo” means and how it could negatively affect you and your settlement?
There’s a ton of risk and intimidation in the divorce process. The entire divorce process is filled with unknowns and things that are out of your control. Wouldn’t it be great to walk into divorce court as prepared as possible, and to know that you’ve done everything in your power to walk through this with the least amount of expense, conflict and danger as possible?
You don’t need to do this alone!
We can have a one-on-one phone or Skype consultation where you can ask me anything you’d like. And I will give you actionable strategies and advice about your specific situation. The strategies that I will share with you are battle tested in real life situations. In less than 1 ½ hours you can learn what took me over a decade of helping thousands of families to learn.
Get Help Today!
I strongly encourage you to begin educating and empowering yourself today before the opportunity to prepare passes you by. Although most of the strategies I will share with you can be implemented later, some very effective strategies are time sensitive and can only be implemented before you or your spouse go to court. Every day you delay robs you of another opportunity to protect yourself from harm and loss. Trust me when I say that you have no idea how quickly things can spiral out of control or how crazy they can get.
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* If you would like to speak with me before scheduling a paid consultation, feel free to contact me for a brief conversation to determine whether you believe that I can help you with your particular situation. I have no problem helping you to increase your comfort level before moving ahead, but please respect that this is not a “free advice hotline”. I am genuinely here to help you but like just like you, I can’t afford to work for free. Thanks for understanding!
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“Be prepared, or be a victim. It’s your choice.”