The name Secret Divorce derives from our advice to secretly plan for your divorce while still married. When still married, we advise you to learn about the law and how it will affect your case. We suggest that you establish a status quo which allows you to pay a reduced amount of child support and alimony and get the child custody orders that you want. Finally, Secret Divorce allows you to protect your assets.
Why Plan for Divorce Secretly?
If your wife learns of your intent to divorce, she will most likely run to the closest attorney and immediately file for divorce. It is also possible that your wife may attempt to obtain domestic violence restraining orders against you to evict you from your home and keep you away from your children. You need to keep your divorce plans secret until you have executed the tricks and techniques that you learn from Secret Divorce. Don’t get caught in the divorce process unprepared.