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What If You Could Keep More $$$ In Your Bank Account?
"Feeling Handcuffed By The System...
Maybe A Passenger In The Tornado Of Divorce?"
Have you ever felt the divorce process is one sided?
You know what I'm talking about...

For many of us we feel we are at the mercy of our divorcing spouse, but isn't it true we are really at the mercy of the divorce attorneys...?
The attorneys do a great job of allowing us to believe we are in control throughout the divorce...

But when we bring attorneys into the divorce process we quickly learn they are are in control of the 'back and forth'...

In fact, they are happy to go back and forth as long as their cash register DINGS!
If you don't believe us ask your attorney to give you some free advice! You'll be lucky if they even return your email or phone call...
Of course the only reason you brought the attorney into the process in the first place was either because:
  •  You are afraid of being taken to the proverbial financial cleaners...
  •  You want to stick it to your soon-to-be ex-spouse...
  •  You thought that was what you were supposed to do...
With each passing day, your desire for the divorce process to end grows, but your bank account continues to shrink...

And this is where divorce attorneys become the thorn in your side... 
With every minute that ticks by on a phone call or in meeting all you hear is the ding of their cash register...
But what if there was a better way... a New Way...
Let's Compare...
Old Method
You made the brave decision to leave your spouse. But as you look around you do not know where to begin or how to proceed, so you call or ask around for a good divorce attorney...

As you interview attorneys they break down the divorce process, your chances of getting the equitable divorce you think you want, and, of course, their fees....

Once hired they submit templated documents to initiate the "discovery process" which allows them to collect a specified amount of information about your spouse and their finances.

Once they receive the information they, or their staff, are in-charge of building your financial profile...
Throughout the entire process you tell the attorney what is important to you, what you want to fight for, and you leave it up to them to go wage war on your behalf...
But is that really what happens?
In reality, many of these attorneys run in the same circles and know each other. So when you think they are out "waging war" on your behalf they are usually chatting with each other at the court house, sending emails back and forth, or filing motions based on case circumstances... 

And the worst part... in their eyes you are a paycheck... not a grieving person with your life unravelling at the seams...

Then, the decree is signed, the "battle" is over, and you start to walk away bruised, scraped, and exhausted...

That is until the bill comes in!

And you quickly realize you are splitting your marital estate four ways...between you, your ex, and both attorneys...
New Method
You made the brave decision to leave your spouse. But as you look around you do not know where to begin or how to proceed, so you call or ask around for a good divorce attorney...

As you interview attorneys they break down the divorce process, your chances of getting the equitable divorce you think you want, and, of course, their fees....

Once hired they submit templated documents to initiate the "discovery process" which allows them to collect a specified amount of information about your spouse and their finances.

You tell the attorney at the outset of the engagement that you will be handing ALL of the preparation and analysis of the financial documents once they are received from your spouse's attorney...
Why?...
Because you have 'My Divorce Plan' to teach you the financial tools you need to build a sound financial strategy.
Once the analysis is complete you tell the attorney what is important to you, what you want to fight for, and your desired negotiation strategy...At which point the attorney needs to allay your fears, evaluate your analysis, and offer constructive feedback as needed...

Then, the 'art of negotiation' begins... 

Throughout the negotiations process it will be your attorney's responsibility to collaborate with YOU and help you work towards achieving one of your three desirable outcomes as outlined in 'My Divorce Plan'... 

Instead of being a passenger to the entire process, you become teammates in the financial unwinding of your marriage...

Then the decree is signed and the "negotiation" is over....
Now you can begin your new life with your money and a wealth of financial knowledge at your disposal!

That is until the bill comes in...

And JOY erupts as you realize it is less than what your ex-spouse paid...
This means YOU can....
...Take The Power Back From The Attorneys!
My Divorce Plan Was Created So People Like You...
...who don't have unlimited funds to inevitably pay the attorney's mortgage
...who don't want to leave their financial future in the hands of the attorney
...who don't have a financial background to create a divorce financial plan
...Can Easily Discover The Financial Secrets Of Divorce!
Here's How...
   Step #1: Know Your Landscape
 Step #1: Know Your Landscape
First, pull together every financial and benefit statement both of you have. 

Remember, surveying the landscape requires leveling the playing field and building a solid negotiation plan...
   Step #2: Build The Blueprint
 Step #2: Build The Blueprint
Then use the tools and resources in 'My Divorce Plan' to create three desirable outcomes for your attorney to pursue.

Consider this laying the foundation through analysis and strategy creation...
   Step #3: The Final Touches
 Step #3: The Final Touches
Once a desired, and equitable, settlement option is reached you need to follow through with the execution.

Think of this like moving the final pieces in place to start rebuilding your life and wealth...
"The Divorce Process Doesn't Have To Be Scary...
Start Using 'My Divorce Plan' To Take Control Of Your Divorce!"
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