How to Handle the Narcissist At Court



This Logic Bulletin provides you with a considerable array of information about how you deal with the narcissist at a court hearing.

Whether it is recovering money or property, a hearing about child arrangements, dealing with divorce or a dispute over a boundary there is a significant chance you will end up in court at some point with a narcissist.

This bulletin enables you to understand the a huge amount about attending the court hearing where a narcissist is involved and includes the following:-

  • How the narcissist will behave in court, broken down between the different schools of narcissist
  • What the narcissist wants from the court hearing
  • How the narcissist will behave towards you at a court hearing
  • How the narcissist will use Lieutenants and The Coterie at a court hearing
  • What you can do to maximise your prospects of success at the court hearing
  • How you should handle the narcissist at the court hearing
  • How the narcissist will try to hoover you at this court hearing
  • Key considerations you need to understand with regard to your lawyer, court officials and court experts
  • How you should conduct yourself in the court hearing
  • The standard manipulations you can expect from the narcissist
  • A series of practical steps and “Best practice” for you to use to not only succeed but to avoid increase anxiety and upset with regard to the process
  • Plus much, much more.

This Logic Bulletin will save you thousands in legal fees, hours of wasted time and reduce and remove your fear, anxiety and stress. It is available for the low price of just US $ 20 and is the best investment you will ever make with regard to being involved with the narcissist at a court hearing. To obtain this insightful material, just use the link below to access immediately detailed audio material.

How To Handle The Narcissist At Court

6 thoughts on “How to Handle the Narcissist At Court

  1. alexissmith2016 says:

    Worth every penny. Thankfully I have never been to court with a Narc but I use the advice given in many other scenarios when there is no choice but to engage with a narc.

    1. HG Tudor says:

      Thank you.

    2. Violetta says:


      Can you give a few examples of how you have used this?

      I can’t avoid all narcs: if I change jobs or professions, I’m just going to be dealing with different narcs, but I’ll still run into them. Get a department with a great supervisor, you can guarantee that at some point, he/she will retire or be transferred to the West Coast office, etc. and be replaced by a Narc.

      In addition to listening to the Work Narc package, which a donor kindly purchased for me, I would like to know how you’re applying the info in the Court narc material. (As much as you can do so without revealing more of the material to people who haven’t purchased it than would be fair to HG.)

      1. Thanks Violetta, It is tricky to explain without referring to the package and some of the things HG refers to I do instincitively but not all and those which I do instinctively I have now refined thanks to HG. I guess one of the biggest battles I had recently was with my sister, whilst not in court it was something which went on for a very lengthy period and she tried to screw me over. I gathered evidence (she does not know I did) of every kind. Verbal recorded, written, photographic. It helped hugely because although I never actually needed to use it, just knowing I had it gave me the confidence to proceed in the battle (not that I would have given up anyway but it made it far easier). ONe of the hardest things was dealing with her STs. We were NC for 10 years, I had not chocie but to reengage with her. Pre NC I did not know what she was just that she did not make me feel very nice but it was hard to put my finger on. Jeeeees I never noticed she gave STs before? but perhaps because I was also completely under her control and she only uses them when she has to. But because of this particular battle she used STs to the max. Ordinarily I would have been asking what was wrong or attempting to insitgate conversation of some sort. But I waited them out as she would have to eventually break them. ONe or two of them I involved other people where she had to then respond. She was tricky I’ll give her that.

        You’re so right the Ns at work (another great package too). As 1 in 6 are narcs, it is impossible to escape them. Usually as long as there is a good balance of male and female I’m okay. But when that balance shifts I can end up in bitch offs. again applying the information, removing yourself from the situation (HG please delete if I’m saying too much) but this is truly invaluable.

        there is so much more I would love to tell. it’s a great success story!

        1. Fiddleress says:

          Hello Alexis
          Please excuse my barging into your conversation, but I would like to ask you something, if you don’t mind and can answer:
          you know that your sister is a narcissist. Do you know what triggered it, in the way of the lack of control environment?

          1. alexissmith2016 says:

            Hi FD, of course, feel free I see any conversation as an open one on this blog.
            I don’t know what triggered it. But I do know that from watching old videos and from memories my mother shared that she commanded attention from the very day she was born. Not necessarily an indicator of course. If it came later there would have been plenty of triggers. Her being idealised (the golden child) perhaps but she also suffered some hardships as most people do.

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