How many of you emotionally vomit when you using up a free consultation for your legal issue?

Come on. Be honest.

If it makes you feel any better, I'm raising my hand too.

We've all done it.

You schedule a time to meet with legal counsel over the phone or in person. They ask what they can do for you and you begin unloading:


And you know what I'm talking about.

The entire history of the issue you're dealing with, from the time the two of you met, to how awesome things were, to how "out of nowhere" this person begins attacking you, and now you've been served paperwork, why it's all wrong, how unfair it is, and your conclusions and diagnosis of what should happen based on what you've absorbed from your understanding of the Constitution, what you're friend's, friend of a friend of a friend (who took a semester of tax law once) says, and your understanding of protocol based on copious hours of Netflix and the box office.

Trust me. I love it when bad guys get justice as much as anybody else.

But telling THE STORY doesn't actually help in the beginning.

I learned this from the legal course.

All that matters is the paperwork: what's being alleged, what you're being accused of, and any alleged proof they say they have.

A person can only sue for what's on the books in the court that has control over your case.


This is why it's best to start with the paperwork, checking it over for validity, and then filling in the holes with THE STORY as needed.

And I honestly wish I had known this before my last legal issue.

Then again, the course reveals lots of things I wish I had known before the last legal issue.

You deserve to learn these things too. The course is packed full of these gems.

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