It's all about getting even. We all know that women earn less than men, and unfortunately this also applies to the spoils of divorce. Veteran trial attorney and former divorce lawyer Stacy Schneider, Esq., knows what it takes to get women their fair share, and now, using examples from her own practice and her own divorce, she is making the strategies that worked for her available to you!
In a single handbook, He Had It Coming answers your questions, calms your nerves, and walks you through the process with confidence and control. Centered around her one-of-a-kind Pre-Divorce Plan, Schneider guides you through a divorce lawsuit, revealing insider information, divorce success secrets, and tactics, including:
the answer to the number one question asked by wives on the verge of divorce crucial planning measures to implement before the papers are filed a hidden asset search plan to help make sure you don't walk away with less than you deserve tried-and-true stealth negotiation techniques to get you what you want how you can possibly save thousands of dollars by handling aspects of divorce yourself the way to hit a cheating spouse in his wallet.
Packed with checklists, strategic tips, sample practice dialogues, and firsthand pointers, He Had It Coming is the ultimate companion guide for any woman changing her "I do" to an "I don't."
"Very often, power is unevenly distributed in a court of law. Stacy Schneider offers techniques to fight back." -- Nancy Grace
"[Schneider] delivers her formula with clarity and attention to detail, supplying readers with checklists, strategy tips and sample letters to walk them through practical concerns." --The New York Times
"Stacy Schneider has created more than just an excellent legal blueprint for women experiencing divorce. He Had It Coming is also an invaluable source of tips on nearly every aspect of the process." -- Kathleen A. Miller, author of Fair Share Divorce for Women, Second Edition: The Definitive Guide to Creating a Winning Solution
"A great overview to start the divorce process." -- Gayle Rosenwald Smith, author of What Every Woman Should Know About Divorceand Custody and Divorce and Money: Everything You Need to Know