5 Mandatory Rules for High Conflict Divorce/Custody Battles
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- How to better manage the chaos that comes with high conflict divorces and custody battles
- How to set and hold healthier and more appropriate boundaries
- How to improve and maintain credibility in court
There is little information out there for those that are divorcing a high conflict individual. High conflict individuals is an umbrella term that is used for narcissistic types who make reconciliation and coparenting an extremely difficult process. These rules created from experience with clients that have been stuck in these battles. They were developed over time through trial and error. Attorneys are virtually useless and can offer almost nothing in the context of narcissistic personality disorder. These rules will help give you a foundation for bringing order and boundaries. I offer expert advice from a mental health perspective. My rules are not only intended to help you reduce chaos but in the long run help bring the most beneficial outcomes for children involved.
- Those who are preparing for divorce, initiated divorce or are well into their divorce case
Here I discuss some of the need-to-know's about family court and custody issues. I talk in detail about why these rules are important and necessary.
Rule 1 is straightforward and simple but also lays the groundwork for the other rules to be successful.
This is another rule that will help you appear more credible in court and give you confidence. I've also included a bonus, my burden of proof law. I've also included a PDF with all the rules. Feel free to print it and post it somewhere you can see it.