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Imagine being able to calmly and confidently face the divorce process, knowing what to expect each step of the way so you can make the best decisions for your future.
When you’re facing a divorce, it’s easy to feel overwhelmed by everything. You know you need reliable information before you make any major decisions. Where do you get it, though? For most women, advice from friends just isn’t enough.
The Facts You Need About Divorce!
Divorce is complicated. Every day I see the sad outcome of what happens when women go through a divorce unprepared. Unfair property settlements, outrageous attorney fees, and months (or even years) spent battling it out in court.
To help you get the best outcome from your divorce, I created a comprehensive guide based on the actual questions and concerns of real women just like you. Organized in easy-to-follow chapters, this manual will help you understand the basics of divorce and identify what needs to be taken care of before, during, and after your divorce.
Helping You Meet the Challenges of Divorce
When you’re dealing with mixed emotions, upset kids, and an uncooperative spouse, you don’t have the time or energy to spend hours searching for the answers to your questions.
Let’s face it, it’s easy to get distracted, confused, and overwhelmed by all the information available on the internet. You can avoid this needless frustration by getting everything you need in one place, leaving you more time to spend with your children (and maybe even catch up on a little sleep).
Practical Steps to Get You Started
Even though you’re probably struggling with your emotions right now, you need to start thinking about the actual divorce. Don’t worry though, everything is laid out for you so you can take it step by step. To help you prepare yourself for a divorce, you’ll discover:
What you need to know before you ever hire a lawyer or file for divorce
Financial precautions you can take so you’ll have enough money to get through your divorce.
How to find the right lawyer, and what to ask during the initial consultation.
Steps to protect your credit so you can start over after your divorce.
With Divorce 101, you’ll get handy worksheets to help you:
– Organize the information you need for your divorce, saving you time and repeated trips to your lawyer’s office.
– Determine your current living expenses to get a realistic picture of your situation.
– Provide the documentation needed so you can get adequate support to survive afterwards.
– Calculate the bottom line on assets and debts so you can get a fair settlement and have something to start over with.
Discover Techniques For Negotiating
Because you were an equal partner in the marriage, you deserve your fair share of the marital assets. By understanding the issues and knowing exactly where you stand, you can negotiate confidently and ask for what you deserve. Plus, this woman’s guide to divorce” outlines different negotiating strategies to help you split everything as painlessly as possible.
What About the Kids?
When you have children, there is more to consider than just who gets the house and how everything will be split. Divorce 101: A Woman’s Guide will help prepare you for the various custody arrangements and visitation issues so you can decide how your children’s lives will be handled, not some judge.
The included worksheets serve as a tool to help you draft a parenting plan that fits the needs of your children and your unique situation. Having this well thought-out parenting plan will help avoid future conflicts with your ex and make life easier on your kids.
Understand How Support Issues Work
It’s common for a woman’s standard of living to go down after a divorce, but you can take steps to make sure you receive the amount of support you and your children deserve. Lets face it, raising kids is expensive, and both parents should share the financial responsibility. Divorce 101 can help you understand what’s important in determining both child support and alimony, as well as what your options are when the support payments aren’t being made.
Won’t My Lawyer Handle Everything?
Here’s the truth: Not every lawyer has the time or inclination to hold their client’s hand through each step of the divorce process. In fact, most lawyers have many cases going at the same time and often use a legal assistant to do the majority of their work.
You are the one who is ultimately responsible for the decisions made in your divorce. By getting the information you need beforehand, you can understand what your options are, gain confidence, and do what is right for you and your children. Aren’t you worth it?
“The Woman’s Guide to Divorce” has it all!
By knowing what your rights are, you can make smart choices and avoid the potential pitfalls of divorce. This guide will take you by the hand and answer all your questions!
So What Does “DIVORCE 101: A Woman’s Guide” Cover, Exactly?
Not sure whether “DIVORCE 101” can really help you get through your divorce?
Take a look at what’s inside “Divorce 101: A Woman’s Guide”…
Table of Contents
You’ll get over 250 pages of step-by-step instructions and divorce advice. This book covers all of the practical aspects of going through a divorce, so you can be prepared ahead of time. Get everything you need to know about:
Preparing emotionally and legally for the divorce process.
Understanding property laws and how they work.
What your settlement agreement should include.
What every woman needs to know about custody and visitation.
Managing everything once the divorce is finalized.
Divorce 101 Guide: Divorce Advice for Women