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Divorce Books: Top 3 Books About Divorcing

While the decision to get a divorce is yours and only yours to make, having the guidance and help through specialists and researchers never hurts either. Here is a list of some of the best divorce guides and help books on Amazon:

Getting Past Your Break Up

Getting Past Your Break Up: How to Turn a Devastating Loss into the Best Thing that Ever Happened to You by Susan J. Elliott

Everyone knows that break ups suck — this book helps you move past the break up. Don’t focus your attentions on winning your ex back. Don’t but your own beliefs and wants aside in hopes of making this person love you. Instead, use this book for the roadmap to help you through your painful breakup or divorce.

A Review Of This Book

DatingAdvice.com, 10/29/14
“A breakup is the best time to change your life, and this book will tell you how to do it. It will serve as a road map for getting over your ex and putting your energy back where it belongs: on you! Stories and strategies will keep you inspired as you permanently get over the breakup, get your confidence back and open yourself up to finding the love of your life. You can do it with this book.”

Putting Children First

Putting Children First: Proven Parenting Strategies for Helping Children Thrive Through Divorce by JoAnne Pedro-Carroll

Divorce is hard on everyone, but especially your children. Mostly because this may very well be the biggest challenge that they have yet had to face (and maybe yours too — but at least you can rationalize it and have maturity on your side). With this book, you will gain insights into understanding what your child is going through as well as figuring out a long term plan to make sure the experience is the most beneficial for your child.

A Review Of This Book

“I have known JoAnne Pedro-Carroll personally and professionally for over 20 years. She clearly is one of the country’s top divorce experts. She stands alone in her combination of ground breaking research, keen clinical insights, and unmatched sensitivity to children’s struggles through divorce. Her reputation alone will garner great interest in the book. Her knowledge and emotional understanding will surely keep this book on the shelves of divorced parents, therapists, lawyers, and bookstores for years to come.”  -Robert E. Emery, Professor of Psychology

“Should I Stay, Or Should I Go?”

Too Good to Leave, Too Bad to Stay: A Step-by-Step Guide to Help You Decide Whether to Stay in or Get Out of Your Relationship by Mira Kirshenbaum

As a world-renowned therapist, Mira Kirshenbaum has 36 questions and self-analysis techniques that can help you get the answers you need to make the best decision for you and your relationship.

A Review Of This Book

“Too Good To Leave is not only the book you pick up when you’re on the fence. It’s not just the book you turn to to make sure you made the best choice under the circumstances. It’s the book you refer to again and again and again to help you learn what IS a healthy relationship, what IS love.” -Amazon

Contact The Law Corner Today!

Family law attorneys in Wake County are often more interested in posturing than in actually resolving family law disputes. As a result, they often employ hard bargaining tactics which emphasize the differences in their positions rather than seeking a common ground for settlement. This technique often results in one of the parties filing a Complaint in court which commences litigation. The high cost and long delays associated with theWake County Family Court Systemoften make litigation an impractical method for resolving disputes. Parties increasingly find that they are spending more time and money to litigate than the cost to settle the matter. The increasing number of lawsuits filed each year is indicative of the unwillingness or inability of parties and their attorneys to effectively utilize negotiation to resolve disputes. It is not uncommon for the North Carolina attorney’s fees, expert witness fees, jury fees, court reporter fees and other related costs to exceed the amount in dispute. However, theRaleigh Divorce Lawyers at The Law Corner offer a practicable alternative: Mediation.

The Law Corner divorce attorneys in Raleigh can help explain the divorce process to you and help you with other divorce related issues, to include, but not limited to, the following:

Raleigh Mediation Attorney

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Raleigh Equitable Distribution of Property Lawyer

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Raleigh Prenuptial and Postnuptial Agreements

Raleigh Domestic Violence, Stalking and Harassment

Raleigh Legal Separation & Separation Agreements

Qualified Domestic Relations Order (QDRO)

Child Support and Modifications Lawyer in Raleigh

Child Visitation and Rights Attorney in Raleigh, NC

Abuse, Neglect & Dependency

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The Law Corner Attorneys help people all over Wake County to include the following areas: Knightdale, Wake Forest,Raleigh, Morrisville, Apex, Wendell,Zebulon, New Hope,Cary,Rolesville, Fuquay-Varina, Holly Springs, andGarner.

 

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