Frequently Asked Questions
Q: Why is it priced at $197?
A: Rich has done extensive research, had over 1,000 private consults, and priced at a $4,000/hr rate, he has taken the most common issues found men deal with, and distilled it into a well organized course, included a free community, and does monthly group zoom calls. He wanted more men to get access to this knowledge, so it's a bargain priced at $197
Q: What's included?
A: Lifetime access to the following: All current lectures, any new content added to Teachable
Q: Is Richard a Lawyer?
A: No, Rich isn't a lawyer, doesn't provide legal advice, and you should have a licensed legal professional where you live handing your divorce process for legal advice. This course is NOT a replacement for legal advice, it is a complement to it, and you will learn things even your lawyer won't, or can't tell you.
Q: What are Richards credentials?
A: Surviving his own brutal divorce, spending tens of thousands on lawyer fees, thousands of hours reading case law, coaching thousands of men privately, hundreds of hours of podcast interviews on the topic, hundreds of hours of videos on the topic, and the expert author of the best seller "The Unplugged Alpha" distilling many of these details.
Q: What's the refund policy?
A: If you have watched his free content, read his book, and trusted Rich this far, then if you still question this buying decision, don't make it, this course and community isn't for you. There are no refunds, the information, and community is so valuable, once you see the content, the genie cannot be put back in the bottle.
Q: Can Women Join?
A: Anyone can buy the course material, and high value women that married down to a man that makes much less, or is a stay at home dad, having divorce law used against them will get value, but you will be directed to a Women's only Facebook page.
Q: Is group coaching included?
A: No, but, an order bump will be offered at check out and the 'thank you' page to add the community, and zoom group coaching calls.
Q: Is this material useful after the divorce?
A: Hindsight is always 20/20, and yes you will get some use out of it, but if you want to determine a good outcome, and be a father, it is best to access this before the divorce is initiated, or during the process and before it is finalized.
Q: Is the content specific to a region?
A: No, that would be impossible to create, and the price point would be MUCH higher, the course material is about a mindset shift. To prepare you for how 'they' generally behave. It is general to western family law as it is generally applied and used in 1st world, feminist countries. The USA, Canada, UK, Australia etc. For specific regional issues, speak to your family lawyer.