No one gets married expecting to get divorced. But, when happily ever after ends, you need divorce advice that makes sense, is easy to follow, and that doesn’t cost a fortune.
I wish I had read this book before I got divorced. It could have helped both of us to survive the ordeal. Actually, it might have kept it from becoming an ordeal. Divorce attorneys should be required to read this book and have it in their “lending libraries” or on a “recommended reading list” for their clients.
Simple, Practical Divorce Advice
When Happily Ever After Ends: How to Survive Your Divorce Emotionally, Financially and Legally, gives you practical, down-to-earth, divorce advice about how to get through your divorce without ruining your life. It will give you the tools you need to avoid the bitterness that divides so many divorcing couples.
In this book, you will discover the 3 universal laws of divorce. You will start to understand the games people play during divorce, and get tips about how to deal with your spouse when s/he is playing those games. You will also get practical divorce advice on how to:
•Find the right attorney
•Master the seven principles of negotiation
•Construct a settlement that gets you what you need
•Navigate the court process with knowledge, not fear
•Create a financial plan you can live with
•Learn better ways to cope with your spouse/ex
When Happily Ever After Ends is a divorce book that gives you realistic, easy-to-use advice. It tells you how to manage every aspect of your divorce — from dealing with custody, to managing your finances, to navigating the court system,and dealing with your emotions — this book does it all! As a bonus, it also includes handy worksheets, checklists, schedules, and a list of resources, including other helpful books and websites.
I heartily recommend this book for anyone contemplating divorce. I bought the book because my son was in the throes of divorce and I wanted to better understand the many complicated legal issues. … It is a road map on how to survive your divorce . . . emotionally, financially, and legally.