Tea Cups Tantrums & Tactics, the British Lawyers Guide to Saving You Thousands In Your Divorce-DivorceRx

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Tea Cups Tantrums & Tactics, the British Lawyers Guide to Saving You Thousands In Your Divorce

 

There are 3 C’s that you must have BEFORE you go through the process of filing for divorce, IF you want to have the results that you’d like, and save you THOUSANDS of dollars in the process.  Thanks to “barrister turned divorce coach” in jolly ole England, Emma Heptonstall, we now know some amazing mindsets that you MUST have in order to have a beneficial outcome.
Well, I have to make a correction…there’s actually 4 things that you need to do, and the first thing you MUST do, once you’ve decided that divorce is inevitable, is to do absolutely NOTHING.  You must let it land in your body, so it can sink in a bit…it’s hard to do, I know.  But having it settled will make the following much better, much easier and certainly much more favorable for your outcome.
So, now that it’s settled in, (well, as best as it’s going to)  there are 3 more things that you must do or have to prepare for the transition of your divorce;
  1. CLARITY – You must be CLEAR about what you want out of this at the end of it all.  And by that, I mean money, living arrangements, children, employment, that sort of thing.  It’s okay not to be clear about these things, but IT’S NOT OKAY TO START NEGOTIATING WITHOUT KNOWING WHAT YOU WANT!   I hope I made myself clear.  You will lose if you are uncertain, and have no expectation, so take your time, but get clear about what you want after all of this is over.
  2. COMMUNICATION – prepare yourself emotionally for some difficult conversations.  No you’re figures, and by that I mean know the amount of money that you will be asking for, and know the reasons for it not just the justification for it. Happy ability to compromise, and recognize that your ex will have financial needs as well. Most of all, become great at active listening.
  3. COLLABORATION – ask yourself, is it possible for me to collaborate? The best situations come from a great collaboration, and a great collaboration comes from both parties being reasonable, and making sure the outcome is good (or as good as can be) for both parties.

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There is so much in this webinar, and I hope you will take the time to watch it, and plan on taking some notes!  Emma came packed with information for you!  If you are in the US, you will still get an amazing amount of information out of this webinar.  The ideas are universal and it will get you prepared for your transition.

Bio:
Emma Heptonstall The Divorce Alchemist is a former lawyer, now working as a Family Mediator and Divorce Coach.  A certified MBit Coach and NLP Master Practitioner, Emma believes that it is possible to have a good divorce.
The key is good organization, planning and recognizing that it will be emotionally more challenging than you imagine, even if divorce is your idea.
Emma works with women to help them evaluate what it is that they want from their divorce and how to achieve it whilst remaining true to themselves and respecting their spouse.  She has featured in Marie Claire Magazine and on SheOwnsit.com.

 

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Vicky Townsend is the proud mother of two amazing children, Kristen and Connor, and mother to two incredibly cute, and yet completely ill mannered dauschunds, Alfalfa and Froggy. Vicky is president and CEO of Inspiration University. Through Inspiration University, Vicky is able to help thousands of women across South Florida, grow their businesses, and increase their bottom line profitability. Vicky’s events inspire, motivate and inform women entrepreneurs to be their best and create the life they want. After a series of painful divorces, Vicky’s passion and purpose let her to her newest venture “The Café’ D”, an on line respite site for those that find themselves going through the pain of divorce, providing them with referrals, resources and emotional support at a most difficult time in their lives. She’s also created “National Association of Divorce Professionals”, which connects those in the industry with one another and helps them expand their referral base amongst industry professionals.

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