Divorcing a narcissistic spouse
Going through the hell of divorce can be expensive, frustrating, chaotic, and severely damaging to your mental health. Needless to say, gaining the proper knowledge of how to divorce a Narcissist is critical to your success in the devil’s playground, also known as “Family Court”
While your success is important you must also not lose your focus on the children, if any, that watch from a distance at the violence that slowly erupts in their life. They seem to be completely fine as they dive more into their toys and coloring books at home, hoping to keep from stepping on your toes.
I have seen the narcissistic rage in court, and I can tell you first-hand it is not a pleasant experience. Divorcing a Narcissist in court is a dirty game, and even the strong-minded don’t stand a chance if they are not fully prepared and well-educated on the steps that must be taken to avoid losing your house, job, and custody of your children.
The aftermath of divorcing a Narcissist
At one point in time, you had amazing experiences with your narcissistic ex-spouse. Of course, it’s normal to think of all the days that were full of love, dancing, laughing so hard that you were in tears and those trips with the children that tightened your whole family bond will come back to you with a glimpse of hope.
With that being said, people will try to support you by telling you to stay positive and focus on the good times you had with each other so that you won’t be so negative. I couldn’t disagree more.
Because you are divorcing a Narcissist. Those beautiful memories don’t exist. You don’t matter. You never did. The affectionate person you saw was not real.
You may be getting a divorce, but that doesn’t mean that you don’t have valuable memories and a life story together. For the narcissist, it is all gone; like it never happened.
The quicker you get this in your head the better off you will be because the mask comes off quickly in court and you will see the resentful, adult-child manipulator at their best.
Learning how to crush a Narcissist can be hard, but you should be well aware of the corruption in divorce cases that you can’t control.
Judge manipulation and corruption in court
It goes without saying that everybody knows someone that got screwed around in court, and we tend to shrug them off when they tell us the judge got paid off. However, even though this happens a lot more than it should, it is just one nightmare you will have to deal with when divorcing a Narcissist.
Each of the stages of divorce will become almost unbearable because of the tactics of your ex-spouse using their swift manipulation weapons on judges to put them on their side. The money will flow out of your pocket and into their lawyer’s wallet without a sweat. A Narcissist does not care if they go broke, as long as you are both financially and mentally broken.
Greedy lawyers will push for a “win” in court and that means dismantling you of everything you have. The moves of a Narcissist in divorce court are absolutely destructive because even your own family members and support could turn against you whether you know about it or not. Your ex-spouse has planted seeds of chaos long before your divorce, and are watering them during the process.
Luckily, there is help.
How to win against a Narcissist in divorce court
At last, with the internet full of resources these days it would seem to be easy to get the proper information you need to succeed against a manipulative ex-spouse.
Unfortunately, this is not the case. I went down the same confusion of multiple suggestions of what to do and what not to do, but none of them actually went through the process. That is until I met Ann Bradly.
Before you file for your divorce – or even if you already have – STOP right now.
Ann Bradly shows the secrets to divorcing a narcissist and the corruption in divorce court that nobody will tell you. She has the experience of dealing with her narcissistic husband and an unethical lawyer that hid assets and made her life a living hell.
Divorce attorneys use unethical and just plain wrong tactics to try to “win” the divorce. They throw out accusations and lies to defraud the court so they can get a win.
But I interviewed lawyers, friends of the judge and got inside the legal system to give you the advantage I didn’t have. And by the way – I won my case. At trial and on appeal.