Creating Comfort in the Court Process
I like to tell people that I am a recovering attorney, but for over sixteen years I dedicated my life helping clients overcome difficult circumstances. As a former federal criminal defense and family law attorney, I am as comfortable in the courtroom as I am in my living room. Yet, for my clients, the legal process can be overwhelming. Although I no longer litigate, I still help clients feel more relaxed and at ease with the legal process. And where I focus largely on the divorce process, my trial coaching services have proven effective in any area of litigation!
IF THE IDEA OF STEPPING INTO A COURTROOM CONCERNS YOU, YOU'RE NOT ALONE.
The legal process brings up fears for most people. Even if you have spent hours working with your attorney to get ready for a hearing, deposition or trial, nervousness and negative emotions can interfere with you getting the best outcome for your future.
ENTER, TRIAL COACHING.
Using well-established integrative coaching methods, I will help clarify your thoughts and identify unconscious emotions. I work with you and your legal team to understand the theory of the case, objectives, concerns and other relevant factors in order to establish a coaching plan that will help you tackle any court hearing with relative ease.
In just four weeks, you will build confidence, understanding and learn specific tools that will help you during any court proceeding so that you can focus on the goals and objectives that are important to you and your legal team.
Trial coaching can include any of the following services:
- Initial client intake to familiarize client with coaching and create a trial plan
Fourconfidential 60-75 minute coaching sessions over the telephone
- Coach assisted trial preparation with your legal team
- Review of client deposition or hearing transcripts
- Completion of and accountability for action items created during coaching sessions
Coaching can not only help you feel more at ease, but will help you appear more confident, credible and less likely to fall prey to attacks under cross examination.
All coaching sessions must begin at least one month before any scheduled hearing date (two months are recommended).