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Divorce is one of the most stressful life events someone can go through. Despair and hopelessness are common emotions for those who go through a divorce.

Why? Because they don’t understand the subject matter or the process and many times they are using an attorney who is not very good, not comforting, and not interested in doing what needs to be done to get the best outcome for clients.

Where can you turn for help?

1) An attorney or a different attorney?  That’s expensive and is pot luck that you’ll find one that can really be helpful.

2) A friend or loved one who has gone through a divorce? While such a person can tell you about the process and what you have waiting for, such a person won’t be able to give technical advice to help you get a better outcome.

Schedule a 30 Minute call with Roccy DeFrancesco, Sr., JD (Co-Author)

3) Roccy, Sr.—If you want to get an opinion on strategy or technical issues or even if your attorney is any good, you can schedule a call with Roccy, Sr. He will give you an unbiased opinion of your situation, attorney, tactics being used, etc. And you will come away from the call feeling better about your situation and will have a better understanding of what’s really going on.

To schedule a 30 minute call with Roccy, Sr. for $125, click here.

Keep in mind that Sr.’s normal hourly rate when he practiced laws was $500. This is a service he’s doing to give back and to help those in need who have purchased the book.

The following comment is from Roccy, Jr.: I guarantee your call with Sr. will be worth every penny. He will put your mind at ease and give you practical tips to improve your existing strategy (or he’ll help you formulate a strategy before you file for divorce).  There is nothing worse than feeling alone as you go through a divorce. You now have someone in your corner you can turn to for support and advice. 

Schedule a 30 Minute call with Roccy DeFrancesco, Jr., JD, CAPP, CMP (Co-Author)

If you have a simple asset protection, estate planning, life insurance, annuity, stock market risk mitigation, pre- or post-financial planning questions, or if you wonder if you have a “good” or “bad” advisor, you can click here to fill out a form and have your question(s) answered for FREE by the Co-Author of The Divorce Planning Guidebook.

If you have a series of questions and need a call vs. email questions answered, you can schedule a 30-minute call with Roccy, Jr. by clicking here. There is NO cost for an initial 30-minute call to talk with Roccy, Jr. about the issues he covers in the book.

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