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Child Custody Strategies for Women (Original Version)
Two of Americaís most famous custody specialists have used their 30 years of training and experience to put together a book of custody strategies that a mother can easily put into action.
This is information that you wonít find in other places. It is available only because Dr. Bricklin and Dr. Elliot have been given access to those private "inner circle" areas of the judicial process that ultimately decides the fate of your children.
Up to now, these "inside" strategies were only available in costly face-to-face consultations with Dr. Bricklin and Dr. Elliot. Now these custody saving strategies are available in an affordable package that can be in your hands tomorrow!
NEW BONUS included with the Strategies Book!!!
Free PAS (Parental Alienation Syndrome) Packet - Includes various articles by PAS experts including: Dr. Richard Gardner, Dr. Barry Bricklin, and Dr. Peggy Ward. These 100+ pages offer the most complete and current information on the Parental Alienation Syndrome (PAS).
Free Six Months Update Service - You receive updates when new information is added to the Strategies Book by Dr. Bricklin and Dr. Elliot. This information is delivered to you at no additional charge.
JUST ADDED - Criteria used by family courts to make their custody decisions. INCLUDES ALL 50 STATES! Also: What happens if your child is taken out of state? All 50 States plus DC have now adopted the UNIFORM CHILD CUSTODY JURISDICTION AND ENFORCEMENT ACT (All 60 pages of the Act are included in your Custody Package!)
Also...Child Support and Visitation (all 50 States) and Additional Guidance and Information by Top Experts (90 pages)
Please---we do not want to hear these words from YOU... itís much easier to win the first time around then to re-open your case later.
If you are presently involved in a child custody dispute (or might be involved in one in the future) we have identified information of great importance that you should have.
THIS INFORMATION WILL HELP YOU, AS A MOTHER, MAKE YOUR STRONGEST CASE FOR CUSTODY. It will also directly help protect your children now and in the future. Your children will thank you one day for taking "their best interests" seriously!
First, we would like you to know how we have come to be in possession of so much important information. Over the 30-plus years of our working in the child custody field, we have become increasingly involved in cases that frequently may find their way into court. We have acted as expert witnesses, custody evaluators or consultants for hundreds of parents involved in custody disputes all over the country.
Further, as editors of a national publication on custody matters, as responders to a 24-hour "hotline" where we answer questions from professionals about our tests, and as directors of a national organization of custody experts, we continually hear from judges, attorneys, professional experts and parents who in one way or another have been caught up in custody disputes, some of them simple, but most longstanding, complex and bitter.
As a result of all of these activities, we came to gather a huge amount of information on how various psychological and legal strategies, different kinds of evidence, and types of allegations work (or fail to work) both in the courtroom as well as in out-of-court negotiations.
The following are some of our thoughts on what we have experienced. Everything discussed here is covered in our new Strategies Book.
We were shocked at how many bright, wise, loving---indeed even "savvy"---mothers did not know the single most important fact that must be true if one is to prevail in a custody dispute. And this must be the best kept secret in the world, because even extremely intelligent, sophisticated professionals fail to make use of it. Indeed, even attorneys, who themselves as parents are caught up in custody disputes, frequently do not know how to make his single most important factor work for them.
We identified fourteen "key behaviors" that differentiate between parents who do well in custody disputes from those who do not. We consider these behaviors to be strategically critical.
We have identified what we see as the single biggest mistake a mother in a custody dispute can make. And the irony here is that our own legal system actually encourages mothers to make this huge mistake.
If you are a mother in a child custody dispute, you must learn to recognize (and deal with) blatantly wrong and immoral strategies that will likely be used against you. To add insult to injury, these strategies can be effective. And in our experience, many attorneys fail to help their clients deal with these tragically effective strategies, because they are more psychological than legal strategies, and attorneys are not often trained either to recognize or deal with them.
Another exceedingly important point is that too many mothers do not fully understand all the important things their attorneys should be doing for them. Simply put, many mothers do not know what they should ask for.
While on the topic of attorneys, we also discovered two important strategies that will literally "force" an attorney to do a better job for a client.
We have seen the cases where mothers failed to prevail because they had minor physical illnesses that were neither life-threatening nor related to childcare abilities. Finally (but of major importance) we learned ways a mothers caught up in a custody dispute can control costs.
It has made us sad and sick at how often it is blatantly obvious that the wrong parent often wins during the custody process. The best parent loses; the parent who operates "in the best interests of the child" loses! Why? Because it is surprising how many mothers, even very bright, professional people, do not know how to make their best case--even with their own attorneys!
You will find the answers and solutions to EVERYTHING discussed in this letter in our new "Strategies" handbook written for mothers involved in custody disputes.
Unlike a hardcover book, that can take a year or two to produce, we are able to review and update whenever necessary our loose-leaf "Strategies for Women" by using the latest information as it becomes available to us through our continuing contact with judges, attorneys, mental health professionals, other parents, the latest scientific research, and experts on many special and unique problems that may arise.
YOU ARE ALWAYS PURCHASING THE LATEST, MOST UP-TO-DATE VERSION!
Finally, it is very important to us, as people (and parents ourselves) who on a daily basis witness what can go wrong for a mother caught up in a custody dispute, that we may be able to help you avoid mistakes that can prove disastrous.
Dr. Barry Bricklin and Dr. Gail Elliot
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About the Author:
Dr. Bricklin is a psychologist in private practice. He is an Adjunct Associate Professor at Widener University and has previously served on the faculty of Jefferson University and of Hahnneman University. He has served as a consultant in psychology to the Walter Reed Army Hospital Research Center, to the United States Army, to the New York Academy of Medicine, and to the Columbia Broadcasting System.