Addicted to Wedding Cake, The Journey Of Divorce
by Alan Freed , Alisse Camazine , John Pavese (With)
The decision to leave a spouse is one thing. Understanding and navigating the divorce process thereafter is another entirely. Each divorce is different. The good news is that there is a general path in the overall process which can be charted. This book will show you how.
Sure, you can read a pamphlet or get a free half hour with a divorce solicitor to try to understand what's going to happen to you and in which order. However, without parting with even more money, you may not really see through the fog of the overall divorce process that you may endure for many months to come. Addicted to Wedding Cake aims to signpost the route through the jargon and procedures to the day when your divorce is over. It will explain the nitty gritty and provide samples of some of the court forms you are likely to encounter along the way.
This is a guide of how the English and Welsh divorce system works. It's not a guide on deciding to divorce, because that's your personal decision (or a fact if you are the one being divorced). It is about the journey of divorce and will help you to understand what's going on and that you are not alone. Divorce can be an undignified and hollow experience, however this guide will help you to make the best of the situation and manage your expectations.
Divorce in Missouri: The Ultimate Guide to a Show-Me State Divorce
by Keith Churchouse
The only divorce guide written just for Missourians. This easy to read and understand book explains the divorce laws of the Show-Me State and suggests strategies that can result in a successful settlement.
Women of Divorce: Mothers, Daughters, Stepmothers - The New Triangle
by Susan Shapiro Barash
Susan Shapiro Barash, with the help of psychologists and sociologists, explores the feelings and behaviors of women involved in failed marriages and offers practical advice to help them break free of unhealthy patterns. Mothers, daughters and stepmothers - the new triangle - can work together to obtain a new lease on family life.
Healing Process after Divorce
by William K. Bach
This book is about healing from the tragic effects of divorce or separation from a loved one, learning to forgive and rekindling the ability to love again. It holds the keys for helping those who have experienced the tragedy of divorce to reach deep within to discover the light, the motivation, and the will to carry on, and to climb to new heights even more attainable as a result of personal tragedies. This work is a must for anyone in the throes of tragedy, particularly separation from a spouse or in any of the painful stages of divorce, this book provides the tools to find the will to go on, and the power to choose your destiny. Once you have read it, you will never be the same!
Difficult Questions Kids Ask, and Are Afraid to Ask, about Divorce
by Meg F. Schneider, Joan Zuckerberg
This invaluable book explores the apparent and hidden fears that haunt children as they weather the painful confusion of a divorce. It shows parents how to tell the truth without frightening children, how to strengthen the parent-child relationship, and how to build trust.
Growing Up With Divorce: Helping Your Child Avoid Immediate and Later Emotional Problems
by Neil Kalter
For many years, Growing Up With Divorce has offered divorced parents transformative insight, solace, and practical guidance on how to help their children cope with the stresses caused by marital separation.
Every child is unique, yet there are certain common reactions to the stresses of divorce - anger, a sense of divided loyalties, lasting intimacy issues. Dr. Neil Kalter explains that, for children, divorce is not a single event but is comprised of "a series of events that occur over many years." Identifying three stages of divorce, Dr. Kalter cites the particular struggles associated with each stage and explains how gender as well as cognitive, emotional, and social development also affect how children react.
Dispensing sage advice on everything from understanding and minimizing the anxieties that underlie various troublesome behaviors to smoothing out your child's transitions between her two households to incorporating a new spouse into your family, Dr. Kalter gives parents and the professionals who treat divorced families an indispensable guide to navigating the difficulties of divorce.
Dating After Divorce - How To Meet New Women, Start A Sexual Relationship, And Have Fun Again...
by Rick Isley
When You're Ready to Start Dating Again ... Whether you're ready to start dating again, or just thinking about it, this book will help you.
What you'll learn...
- The real reason your marriage failed...and how to make sure it never happens again.
- What women really want from a man! (Nine out of ten men are absolutely floored by this secret... They didn't have the slightest clue...)
- The single biggest turn-on of every woman...and how a man who knows how to give it to her will never have relationship problems.
- Exactly where to find women who will offer "support and friendship" (...or just sex)
- Approaching women for dates... What you must know!
- An honest "mistake" which makes women think you're desperate...and how to avoid making it.
- Dating your Ex? It can be a good idea...sometimes.
- How to compete with younger, hotter guys and still date attractive women. (It's probably not what you're thinking...)
- The single most important thing you can do to make yourself more attractive to the opposite sex!
- The number one rule, which absolutely must be observed, for women to be truly interested in you!
The Divorce Manual for Men
by S. Perry Mallory
This book regarding divorce is in manual format because it is designed to be used by men and we are used to reading all sorts of manuals. It is business-like and very matter-of-fact and to the point. While divorce is undoubtedly a difficult process, by following what is outlined here, you can possibly minimize any negative impact it will have on all the parties involved, save some money and still learn to enjoy life. This is not a women-bashing book, either. The manual advocates men taking responsibility and being accountable while at the same time self-protecting. It is not advocating against women, it is just the opposite. By following this manual, men will make better decisions and in the end that is best for all the parties involved. You can do this! Remain calm, concerned for your children, and professional.
Take Back Your Marriage: Sticking Together in a World That Pulls Us Apart
by William J. Doherty
Today's divorce epidemic reflects the rise of many social forces that can pull even the happiest couple apart. In fact, many of us hold deeply ingrained attitudes and assumptions that work against long-term marital happiness. From renowned family therapist Dr. William J. Doherty, this book helps couples pinpoint hidden marital problems and take positive steps to stay close and connected every day. Readers learn to break free of such common traps as confusing desires with needs, applying a trade-in-the-old-model consumer mentality to one's own spouse, or becoming overtime parents instead of full-time partners. They get suggestions for creating relationship rituals that stand the test of time; from mundane to celebratory, sexy to silly. For young couples who want to hold tight to happily-ever-after, or longtime marrieds on the brink of breakup, this book shows how to fight back to restore a marriage worth saving.
Caught in the Middle: Protecting the Children of High-Conflict Divorce
by Carla B. Garrity, Mitchell A. Baris
"A timely, practical book. It is clearly written; comples family dynamics are well illustrated and made understandable...a valuable source book for legal and mental health professionals, as well as parents themselves." - Janet R. Johnston, Ph.D., Center for the Family in Transition and co-author of Impasses of Divorce
by Sabina A. Spencer
Life Changes provides those who are undergoing significant changes in their lives with an easy to follow road map of the normal ups and downs in the adjustment process. The seven stages of any transition process are described with clear advice about what to expect and, more importantly, what can be learned from each stage. Whatever the transition might be - the death of a loved one, a new job, a divorce or a marriage - the authors point out that people can either "go" through change or they can "grow" through change. It's up to the individual.
The book also provides additional support for people making life changes, as the authors give advice on clarifying life purpose, protecting health, and maintaining balance during and after these major transitions.
From Divorce Court to the Ice Cream Shop: Stories, Confessions & Weblogs Inspired by Internet Dating and a Dirty Divorce
by Anita Rinaldi
From Divorce Court to the Ice Cream Shop is a light hearted tell-all about one woman's journey through the trials of an unexpectedly difficult divorce and the happy, often sexy, refuge found in New York's internet dating scene. Not a how-to book, or a tale of disaster dates, "The Ice Cream Shop" is a "who-did-who" book. Peppered with blogs and poems from Rinaldi's website, her story will leave readers laughing out loud. That is, when they're not gasping at the unexpected twists of a divorce gone wrong.
Spilling "all" in her fast-paced memoir, Rinaldi introduces readers to the men of the internet, such as Vanilla T, Mango Sorbet, Pralines and Cream, and Mocha E. With so many flavors there for the tasting, Rinaldi finds entertainment, adventure, attention, and, you guessed it -- sex -- just when she needed it the most. So come along for the ride, as she dates the successful and quirky, the fascinating and eclectic, and even New York City's Bravest.
My Parents Are Getting A Divorce...What Now?
by David E Miller
A workbook for children who are struggling through their parent's divorce.
Divorce: How to help yourself and your finances
by Sarah Pennells
Divorce is not only becoming more common, it is becoming more complicated too. Unravelling joint finances can be a major headache and there is often uncertainty - on both sides - about what each party may be entitled to.
This book offers anyone contemplating divorce a practical, step-by-step guide to what they can expect. It will include important issues such as: key milestones in the divorce process; how to work out what your assets are worth; what happens to joint debts; how to keep divorce costs to a minimum; what to do if you own a business jointly.
The Financial Intelligence series offers down-to-earth, practical guides to personal finance, aimed at anyone interested in increasing their financial IQ. These guides will help readers to feel confident about making the right decisions when it comes to spending, saving and investing their money.
Collaborative Divorce: The Revolutionary New Way to Restructure Your Life, Resolve Legal Issues, and Move On With Your Life
by Pauline H. Tesler , Peggy Thompson
About half of all marriages in the United States end in divorce. The unfortunate reality is that most of these divorces result in unnecessary collateral damage, as the family issues involved are far too complex and personal for a court to address. Now there is a better way.
In Collaborative Divorce, Pauline Tesler and Peggy Thompson present the first complete, step-by-step explanation of the groundbreaking collaborative divorce method that is revolutionizing the way couples end their marriages. Tesler and Thompson, two pioneers who train collaborative professionals around the world, walk you through the stages of collaborative divorce. With real life examples and practical exercises, they provide useful insight into how divorce can be handled constructively and entirely outside of the court system.
Working with a team of caring specialists that includes two lawyers, two coaches, a financial consultant, and a child specialist (if necessary), you and your spouse focus on building a consensus that addresses the needs of everyone who will be directly affected by the divorce. This exciting new paradigm empowers you - not lawyers or a judge - to shape the outcome of your divorce, as you:
Stay out of court and save time Create long-term financial and parenting plans that work Play an active role in designing your life after the divorce Understand and address your children's needs Conserve emotional...
Child Custody, Visitation, and Support in Pennsylvania
by Rebecca DeSimone
Are you having trouble reciving support from your ex-spouse? Do you have a child who is being neglected or abused? Do you know what your legal rights are? The answers to your problems may lie in this book. With the divorce rate at above 50% and climbing, more and more parents are faced with difficult decisions or situations involving their children. Whether it's difficulty seeing them on a regular basis, being denied visits altogether, watching them being neglected or abused, not receiving enough support, or not receiving support at all, parents increasingly find themselves in the courts debating issues which involve their children. This book is designed to let parents know their legal rights, and to help them take their case through the court system. This book explains in simple language: --getting child custody in Pennsylvania --understanding Pennsylvania court procedures --modifying a custody, visitation, or support order --taking action in case of kidnapping or abuse --getting sole custody --terminating parental rights --selecting and working with an attorney --obtaining mediation between parties --consequences when custody and support terms are not being met --calculating child support in Pennsylvania --finding Pennsylvania law through different sources, including the Internet, statutory codes, and legal encyclopedias --filing a custody suit --claiming paternity --modifying or terminating child support, visitation,...
My Parents' Divorce
by Julia Cole
Discusses why divorce happens, how to cope with it, and how to deal with difficult feelings as well as friends whose parents are divorced.
A Womans Guide To Survive A Divorce - How To Rebuild Your Life After Divorce - A Self Help Guide For Women
by Info Publisher (Editor)
Specially for Women a 24 page report to help you recover from a divorce and move on with your life.
The Good Divorce: How to Walk Away Financially Sound and Emotionally Happy
by Raoul Felder , Barbara Victor
Raoul Felder, a take-no-prisoners divorce attorney, draws from his experience to show readers how to avoid an acrimonious divorce and move on with life.
There is nothing better than a good marriage. But when a marriage goes bad, there is no better option than divorce to give men and women a chance to start over. Handled wisely, divorce can be a beginning, not an end. It is the doorway to a new life free of hurt, anger, and resentment.
Felder and Victor cover each phase of divorce, from knowing when to call it quits, to choosing a lawyer, to the final decree. They explore prenuptial contracts, mediation, alimony, child custody, same-sex marriage, and life after divorce. They also share some of the most important facts one should know such as:
• The first offer a woman gets when divorce negotiations begin is usually the best.
• In all divorces, income rather than assets determine who pays what to whom.
• Divorce is about compromise. Divorce court is not a boxing ring.
After years of watching how divorce can go tragically wrong, Felder uses his expert knowledge, including case histories from his list of celebrity clients, to suggest how to make divorce more fair, civilized, and painless.
File Your Own Divorce: Everything You Need for a Fresh Start
by Edward Haman
A divorce can be the most painful and expensive experience of your life. Whether you use a lawyer or not, protect yourself by getting all the information you need about divorce laws and your legal rights. Let File Your Own Divorce help you get control over this stressful time of your life.
Learn how to:
- File an Uncontested or Contested Divorce
- Protect Your Assets, Yourself and Your Children
- Save Money when Working with a Lawyer
- Negotiate Child Support and Visitation Agreements
Ready-to-Go forms with step-by-step instructions.
Essential documents you need to:
- End the Marriage and Start Fresh
- Resolve Property Disputes
- Calculate Child Support
- Develop a Visitation Schedule
- And much more . . .
Two Homes for Tyler: A Story about Understanding Divorce
by Pamela A. Kennedy , Amy Wummer (Illustrator)
Children never want their parents to get divorced and often have a hard time dealing with it if it does happen. They fear everything will change which can be very scary to a child. In this book, the author Pamela Kennedy tells the story of a child whose parents get divorced, and how their life e is different than what it was before. In the process they learn that different doesn't always mean bad.
Making Divorce Easier on Your Child: 50 Effective Ways to Help Children Adjust
by Nicholas Long , Rex Forehand
From the bestselling authors of Parenting the Strong-Willed Child, expert strategies and action steps for divorcing parents.
While there are many trade books on children and divorce, most tend to be filled with extensive discussions of the psychological impact on children, with little effective advice. You want immediate answers and quick access to expert strategies you can use to help your kids today and in the future. Making Divorce Easier on Your Child arms you with 50 effective strategies and action steps for helping your kids cope with divorce, packaged in a convenient, quick-bite format. It is based on the authors' years of clinical experience dealing with the children of divorce, as well as their extensive research into the causes and cures of divorce-related emotional problems.
- Informative and sensible, offering realistic, clear-cut recommendations."
- Robert Brooks, Ph.D., Faculty, Harvard Medical School, and coauthor of Raising Resilient Children.
Your Divorce Advisor: A Lawyer and a Psychologist Guide You Through the Legal and Emotional Landscape of Divorce
by Diana Mercer , Marsha Kline Pruett
A lawyer and a psychologist offer a groundbreaking divorce strategy that protects both your finances and your family.
From your first thought of divorce through the final paperwork, Your Divorce Advisor takes you step by step toward a divorce that dissolves the marriage but not your dignity, your sense of family, or your financial security. Whether you hire a lawyer or a mediator, or do it yourself, this practical, direct, and empowering guide offers you the wise counsel you need for both the legal and the emotional processes of ending your marriage.
Your Divorce Advisor shows you how to:
- Keep a healthy perspective that leads to a successful legal strategy and recognize when emotions threaten your case
- Protect your assets without destroying your family
- Detailed coverage of all your legal options and guidance through every legal step, including anticipating the emotional repercussions of your decisions
- More information on custody than any other divorce book, including age-appropriate custody schedules
- A sample divorce agreement explained one paragraph at a time
Your Divorce Advisor helps you set yourself and your family on a positive course toward a new life.
by Janine Amos
Research now indicates that divorce is one of the most traumatic events in a child's life, one that has long lasting results. This book, part of the series "Separation," helps elementary aged children deal with the anger, frustration and sadness associated with losing a parent through divorce. An interesting format of letters, scenarios and suggestions for coping are accompanied by color photos and drawings designed to support a child emotionally. The book stresses that lines of communication be open from the beginning among family members, and that parents are divorcing each other, not the child. While children often feel like the victims, the book suggests strategies for taking initiatives toward making the adjustment easier for everyone. The scenarios help children identify with similar situations. Parents can learn a lot from reading this book, as well. Resources are provided for further research into this sensitive subject. 2002, Gareth Stevens Publishing,
Divorce the Collaborative Way. Is It the Way For You?
by JD Melinda Eitzen
An introduction to the Collaborative Method as explained by professionals from three disciplines, an attorney, a therapist and a financial planner. It comprises the team approach to dispute resolution.
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