How to Handle the Narcissist in 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 $ 19.99 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

One thought on “How to Handle the Narcissist in Court

  1. Kimberly says:

    I just purchased this, and have listened to it.

    My soon (hopefully, as it has been two years) to be ex, who I truly believe is a narcissistic psychopath, in the beginning would appear in court, however, now he has his lawyer show up for everything- including the last court appearance. (which was to get a restraining order issued against him.)

    I tried to get a restraining order issued against him (it wasn’t denied or granted- it is now going to an oral hearing). This is a very simple court procedure.

    Not only did he absolutely lie in his affidavit that he submitted as his defense (denied all of the abuse and allegations against him (which I knew he would), stated I was being malicious; as well as trying to put conditions on him to further restrict him. He also tried to play himself as being the victim. He stated he wants nothing to do with me, and that he is no threat to me, and that I am harassing him. He also repeatedly stated that he is an upstanding member in our society – his a PAID volunteer firefighter, he’s a solider in the Canadian Armed Forces, and a paramedic- he is trying to paint himself as a hero (especially in these times of covid-19). He also stated, “I have been advised by my counsel of the legislative and case authority surrounding “vexatious litigants.” but he did NOT show up in court (his lawyer did on his behalf).

    He also stated in his affidavit, “for an order dismissing this originating application (which was a RESTRAINING ORDER against him) with costs of $1500 payable to me forthwith by Kim, and that Kim require leave of the court prior to any further proceedings against me.”

    So, my question…in all of your examples of lesser, medium and greater narcissist’s you state they all attend court. Giving examples of how they would even behave in court but you do not mention that they would not appear in court.

    Is it common for a narcissist not to show up in court?
    And if so, what does he get out of it?

    I don’t care that he didn’t show up, I don’t want to ever see this man again, he scares me.

    Why would he go through the expense of spending $1500 to have his lawyer attend court on his behalf?

    And no, the judge did NOT award court costs to him, and the judge also denied his other request of me requiring leave of the court prior to any further proceedings against him.

    So he lost in that regard.

    Also, he stated in his affidavit, “I want nothing to do with Kim and am not a threat to her.”

    So, if he wants nothing to do with me, then why doesn’t he just end the divorce?

    His lawyer stated during the hearing, “that my ex and his common- law spouse want to get on with their lives” (basically he is stating by my asking for a restraining order against my spouse it prevents him from doing that?)

    So, to me, it’s common sense, YOU DON’T WANT ANYTHING TO DO WITH ME, just agree to the restraining order- don’t fight it (Not only would the restraining order PROTECT me and our children from him- making it so he can’t contact us or go anywhere near us- it also makes it so I can’t go near him either. So, it would benefit him.). So, why doesn’t he just sign off on the divorce- end our marriage so “I” can get on with MY life. (There is NO shared custody of the children. They are with me.) It’s been two years. He is with his next supply- he cheated on me with her, and then abandoned me, and moved in with her and has been living with her since he left me- over two year. Why wouldn’t he just end our marriage?

    As for the “I am not a threat to her”- My husband repeatedly uttered threats against my life, telling me he would kill me, stab me, shoot me, he stated he wished I was dead, told me where he could hide my body in the community where we lived and no one would ever find me. He also actually tried to hire someone to kill me- to take me out and he would share half of the life insurance money he would receive upon my death. He also told me when he is not around (when he was still with me) and was on deployments or courses or out of town he would hire someone to kill me when he is away. He said they always look at the husband, so if he’s out of town they won’t suspect him. He also abused me in every manner- physically, verbally, psychologically, emotionally, sexually (strangulations, suffocation, and more,) and financially; he also manipulated me and gaslighted me. He said, id I was dead, it would make divorcing me a lot easier.

    So should I believe his statement, “am not a threat to her”?

    How does one handle these and him in court?

    Is he a lesser, a medium or greater Narcissist?

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