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CHICAGO, IL, January 19, 2018 /24-7PressRelease/ — If you want what is best for your kids, want what is fair, don’t want to hurt your spouse, don’t want a court battle and all the legendary pandemonium, don’t want your divorce to drag on forever, and you definitely don’t want it to cost an arm and a leg – there is a better way.
While some parties do seek vengeance and retribution during divorce, we find that most people do not fundamentally desire the additional pain and expense of fighting it out in court. Once they get over the shock of the divorce, their preference is generally to get on with their lives as quickly and as smoothly as possible.
So, how do you get through your divorce with minimum pain and expense? For most of us, the answer lies in how we behave during the divorce.
They Don’t Give Us Divorce Lessons – a sensible way to learn something is by accepting guidance from someone who already knows it. When we want to learn how to knit, drive, play the piano or use karate, we find an expert and take lessons. Need tax help? We talk to a CPA. It seems that we’re always being told how to behave during marriage, but no one ever tells us how to behave during divorce.
This brings us to the point of The Secret to a Friendly Divorce. Our book shows you exactly what to say and do (and not say and do) to join forces with your soon-to-be ex so the two of you can beat the legal system, instead of the other way around. We’ll explain the missing link – the one thing that could have saved our predecessors from countless unnecessary divorce wars (and the answer was always right under our nose) – along with the why’s and how’s of our present divorce legal system. We’ll next jump into the main course – an eye-opening exploration of the fundamentals of the friendly approach and how they help you to influence your spouse and your monetary settlement. Then we’ll get specific about how to use this eye-opening information effectively. We’ll share precise, step-by-step instructions for making your divorce more tolerable, without costing you that proverbial arm and leg. The legal process does not always make this easy (more on this in Section I), but you will be able to sidestep the trouble and keep your divorce on time and on budget. You will also learn how to deal with the many invisible obstacles and curveballs that are likely to come your way. Finally, we’ll wrap it all up with some last words of advice and encouragement.
Our divorce rate indicates that we are not doing very well staying married. And judging by the length, expense, drama, and trauma of the average divorce, it looks like we, as a nation, aren’t much better at becoming unmarried. Marriage is difficult by nature, but divorce isn’t. Getting divorced is often difficult by choice. The trick is to not get in our own way.
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