How LLG.Tactical Coaching can help you
LLG.Tactical.Coaching provides family court consulting and coaching services for those who are embroiled in what the court’s mistakenly label “high conflict” divorce/custody case with a Cluster B personality disordered individual. (CB) Educating yourself on Cluster B Personality Disorders and family court systems are the most reliable ways to protect your kids from further abuse. Knowledge IS power and you need to stay two steps ahead at all times. Predicting the patterns and tactics of a CB should be your first line of defense. We can help you learn how to communicate and teach you how to implement those communications in the way the courts will accept. We will provide the tools you need to successfully combat false allegations of “alienation”, “PAS”, “Parental Alienation”, interference, enmeshment and any other term they decide to use to describe the debunked terminology known as “Parental Alienation”.
Lorrie was once a 13-year stay at home mother and is a survivor of domestic violence who assisted her XCB (Ex Cluster B) with opening and running a very successful business. She put her life on hold for his, and was mocked by the Judge for doing so, called “a woman who so obviously scorned”. At the very first temporary hearing for custody, which was conveniently filed the day after the XCB received notice that the state had filed for child support on Lorrie’s behalf, XCB, a convicted felon, an addict, and a documented abuser gained tempory 50/50 custody. Lorrie had no record, her children were her life, she was the primary caregiver, the only example of a parent these kids had ever known. Lorrie felt alone, afraid and abused by the people who were supposed to protect her children. Once she grasped the reality of the situation she researched “high conflict divorce” as that was the term the Judge used. Lorrie found Tina Swithins blog, “One Mom’s Battle”.
That day, Lorrie discovered that she was not unique, that this was not simply an error, her case was not unusual, hundreds of thousands of healthy, fit, parents nationwide were living her nightmare. There was one thing that stood out, all of the others living her same story, also were divorcing a Cluster B personality disordered individual. Due to the CB’s non-stop litigation and failure to pay court-ordered bills and support, Lorrie and her three children became homeless, something that was a wake-up call. From that moment forward, Lorrie decided she must help others, by helping them avoid the same mistakes that she made that got her there.
Lorrie is well versed in providing support and tactical strategies that have a positive impact on your case and your general well being. No stranger to family court procedure, Lorrie began her journey in 2011. Like most of you, she walked through the family court doors, with binders filled with evidence of abuse, confident and certain that the courts would help her to protect her three children. What she encountered that day was what she describes as walking into the twilight zone where everything was the opposite of what it should be. Instead of the children’s best interest, the court seemed to be more concerned with the abusive parents best interest.
Lorrie is not an attorney nor a therapist, although she advocates alongside many. Her expertise comes from living the nightmare that you are also living. Lorrie became a frequent contributor to the One Mom’s Battle Facebook page. Shortly after she was invited to become an administrator. Through the years Lorrie has been an invaluable confidant and advocated for many victims and survivors. She has defended a child’s right to live free of abuse on various mainstream platforms. Lorrie served on the Board of Directors as Secretary, of the “One Mom’s Battle non-profit” from 2015-2017. Lorrie co-founded the community action group American Family Court Injustices (formerly Tsimihoni Revisited) the group that helped to gain justice in the Tsimhoni vs. Tsimhoni case in MI. The Infamous Judge Lisa Gorcyca jailed 3 children who refused to have a relationship with their abusive father. Lorrie co-founded the group Child Reunification Scams who has investigated, studied and advocated tirelessly for child victims of traumatic “reunification programs” who speak out and file formal complaints with various boards of psychology, social work, and “life coaching”. Lorrie volunteers at her local DV agency and homeless shelter she has researched family court, domestic violence, child abuse, false allegations of alienation and the dangers of reunifying with abusers thoroughly and is a well-respected member of a large group of well known, outspoken advocates whose aim is to protect children and the parents who are being further abused by the Family Court System.
The Here and Now
As for the present chapter, Lorrie founded LLG.Tactical.Coaching after a discussion with her associate, mentor, and friend, Tina Swithin. Tina approached her and asked her if she would like to coach clients who were facing false allegations of alienation. She struggled with the idea of charging for a service that she has been providing at no charge for some time. However, the number of people who need help were more than the hours Lorrie had available while working a full-time job. In order to provide help full time and be able to help more victims, Lorrie decided on a very small rate (in comparison to other divorce coaches and experts).
LLG Tactical Coaching also offers payment plans, scholarships, and pro-bono services to those who are in dire financial need and cannot afford a service as such. Lorrie authored “Contested Custody with a Cluster B” an e-book, as well as creating the LLG Litigation Ledger, an all in one binder insert for documenting evidence, the first of it’s kind. In fact, Lorrie has created an entire Tactical Toolbox filled with all your family court needs.
Lorrie has always maintained that the parents who walk through those doors are at a disadvantage because they are under the false impression that the court’s main intention is to protect the child. She believes that education is key and that coaching or consulting victims when their case is labeled “high conflict”, giving them the tools to understand, recognize and accomplish their goals is one of the solutions. Having a support system throughout your journey is one of the sanity savers which parents are successful in court have. Without support, she holds that person will be eaten alive by the chaos, the confusion, the madness, and the manipulation tactics of the Cluster B parent. Lorrie knows that abusers have many successful tricks up their sleeve and feels that it’s time to even the score!