Child Custody Wars

Hold Companies Hostage


Child custody? How'd that get to be an employer's concern? 
When an employee faces child custody litigation, it effect's their ability to do their job. In addition et often causes legal consequences for their employer as well. 

Custody problems have a major impact in the workplace, where they effect other employees, as well as hurting the bottom line. Worse yet, they can be disruptive in the workplace for a long time. Unlike other kinds of employee stress, a custody dispute could keep creating turmoil until the employee's youngest child turns 18. A matter may seem to be resolved, only to rise again years later as the circumstances of one of the parents or children change.

Financial Costs Add Up
The growing and widespread effects of custody litigation on employee or employers isn't a new issue. It's just that nobody has been noticing how many negative ways it creates problems in the workplace. But you need to, because the risks and harmful consequences to your enterprise of ignoring it are significant. 

  • When you consider the impact on other employees, your personnel policies, and financial exposure, this article should be a wake-up call. 

    Impact on the Employee's Performance 
    � Absence for appointments with attorney, evaluations, court dates
    � Stress making the employee distracted, and even ill (sick leave)
    � Co-workers have to pick up the slack, so they feel put upon
    � Unavailable for travel or extended work hours
    � Involving other employees in the unfolding dramatic developments, which sidetracks them all from the job at hand
    � Likely self-medication with drugs or alcohol to deal with emotional strains
    � Depression, anger and other emotional spill-over on the job

    Impact on the Supervisor or Employer
    Extra supervision is usually required to compensate for erratic employee performance issues. Distracted employees aren't capable of doing their best work. Plus, you need to be vigilant as to how custody developments effect co-workers, and the extent to which they're pulled into the personal problems. Constant updating and consoling distracts everyone involved from their work. 

In an effort to be "understanding" it's easy for supervisors to fall into enabling behaviors, that are harmful both for the business and the employee. These could include:

Covering Up: Providing alibis, making excuses or even doing the work rather than confronting the issue that they're not meeting their responsibilities.
Rationalizing: Developing reasons why their continued behavior is understandable or acceptable.
Withdrawing: Avoiding contact with the employee or their problems. 
Blaming: Blaming others for the continued problem behavior or performance.
Controlling: Taking responsibility for the employee by moving them to a less important job or reducing their obligations
Threatening: Saying you'll take action (ceasing to cover up, taking formal disciplinary action) if they don't improve."

Be Alert to the Company's Risks
If the personnel matters are mis-handled, even for well-meaning reasons, the legal exposure would be costly in both dollars and time. The employer must never sacrifice company policy under such circumstances. It should already have policies in place to deal with these matters-and then stick with them. 

Issues which put the company at risk. 90% of Workplace Violence is related to an employees divorce and child custody problems. Almost every day the newspaper reports workplace violence by an employees significant other, compromised company confidentiality (as private work-related matters are made public records through court submission) and accidents, which are more likely when a person is distracted. None of this address the costs related to the loss of the most important resource for a company: the loss of a good employee. It costs approximately $125,000 to hire an orient a new employee. Custody matters often trigger relocations or resignations.

No workplace is immune. For many years it was assumed that an alcohol addiction problem was the employees personal problem. When drugs brought attention to addiction and the workplace employers instituted programs to identify, monitor, and guide their employees. Just because custody-related problems haven't been addressed in the past doesn't mean they are not negatively effecting your company. Knowing the proper way to support the employee and where to draw the line serves them as well as the organization. 

Help Your Employees and Protect Your Company

You can help: 

1. Make sure your proactive substance abuse procedures apply to your employees divorce and child custody challenges.

2. Supply your employee with the Win Your Child Custody War manual.

Why is this book more effective than our standard counseling?

While counselors deal with many kinds of problems this manual is a compendium of information on only child custody.

The challenges your employee faces require specific information and techniques that can be accessed 24/7.


Who's in Charge
of Your Child Custody Case ?

If it's your husband, wife, father, mother,
attorney or your significant other? You may be in big trouble.

The truth is:

Whether you win or lose custody of your children, at the end of this case, everyone else gets to go home to their children.

They won't lay awake at night too worried about your children to sleep.

You have to most to lose or the most to gain.

What you are going through is so difficult and painful it can be tempting to hand over the responsibility and decision making to someone else. That can create some huge problems for you.

Mediators, Psychologists and Judges are very sensitive to a case that looks driven or controlled by someone other than the parents of the children. Troubling issues come to mind, including:

Often an attorney will have your husband, wife, father, mother or significant other stay out of the limelight as much as possible if they give the appearance of power or passion.

Accept the healthy help offered by the people who care about you. But do not hand over responsibility for or control of your case to anyone.

In this war of endurance and attrition, you need to and should accept appropriate support and assistance from the people who care about you and your children. Appropriate support includes a calm, reassuring listener, finder of knowledge, and information to partial or full financial support.

Inappropriate help includes fanatics anxious to make personal sacrifice or doing questionable activities to meet your goals. Make sure your case does not look driven or controlled by someone else. It is advisable to help your husband, wife, father, mother or significant other be and appear as a support person rather than a leader. If this person finishes your sentences for you, does more talking than you do, and makes promises or decisions for you, you have this problem.

What we offer you is loads of information and hundreds of options!

"Win Your Child Custody War" manual

  • A remarkable new no-nonsense method of understanding and running your child custody case.
  • Identify what the court would see as your problem behaviors and control them.
  • Determine who you can talk to and what you can safely tell them.
  • Learn about more than 70 of the most common panic situations.
  • What they really mean and see how other parents handled them.
  • How to hire a great attorney, fire a bad one, and know if you can sue a dangerous one.
  • When, why and how to keep a contact log book.
  • Dealing with lies; theirs, yours and, the biggest lie of all.
  • When and how to use detectives and experts.
  • How to negotiate successfully.
  • Preparation for and examples of Home Study, Psychological Evaluations, Detective Report.
  • When and how to depose someone to get the best results.
  • How much does a custody case cost and when is it spent.
  • Ways to make your child kidnap resistant.
  • Information a child should know if the opportunity to escape opens up.
  • More than 600 pages of the most valuable and current information available.


Win Your Child Custody War

(Child Custody Help SourceBook)

If you are dealing with a loving child centered adult that wants to cooperate in working out a co-parenting plan that will meet the needs of your children, this isn't the book for you.  

If you or your child are being threatened or treated unfairly, this is the help you need. Updated every year.

(Child Custody Help SourceBook)
This manual is the most powerful weapon in the Child Custody War. The current edition with more than 800 pages of the most current information available. Expertly indexed to allow you to access the critical information you need instantly. You can't waste weeks and hundreds of dollars each time the other side drops a bomb on your case. This manual will allow you to identify, evaluate, and respond with lightning speed and effectiveness to short circuit dangerous tactics. Everyone tells you what you can't do. This manual gives you hundreds of options.

The Remarkable No-nonsense Method Of Understanding

And Running Your Child Custody Case.

The fact is if you are not following your own plan,

you are most assuredly following someone else's.

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