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The Divorce Primer

What You Absolutely Must Know


The Divorce Primer provides you with a single information source on Divorce and Separation issues in an easy-to-read plain English format.  

Information is power.  Answer your questions and explore your options before you decide what you want to do.

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This is a must-have book for everyone considering a divorce or separation.  

To find basic information on the divorce process requires you to spend tremendous amounts of time at your attorneys office, or at the library, or on a number of different web sites. Even then, you may not find reliable answers to your specific questions.  

Why spend hundreds of dollars just to ask an attorney all the questions that are answered in this book?  It's an invaluable resource that can save you stress, time, and most of all, money!

What Are Your Options?

If you obtain the information in our book through consultations with an attorney, you will have tremendous legal bills. It is not unusual for matrimonial attorneys to charge $200 or more per hour. And, a one-hour consultation to answer a few simple questions is a very ineffective and expensive way to obtain information.  A simple ten minute phone call with an attorney can cost you $30 or more.  You will get more information from The Divorce Primer that you could from spending several HOURS with an attorney.  Add up the savings!

Critical Questions Answered First

Information is power.  You need that information BEFORE you decide what to do and BEFORE you hire an attorney.  You might decide after reading The Divorce Primer that you want to hire a mediator, not an attorney.  Or, you might want to explore Collaborative Divorce.

Some attorneys answer all of your questions and leave the decisions up to you.  Some attorneys maintain full control over your divorce and provide little guidance.  

YOU make the decisions - if you have the information.  Get your answers to all of your questions from The Divorce Primer, including:

  • What is Mediation, and can you use that process? 
  • What is the difference between Mediation, Arbitration,  Collaborative Divorce, Negotiation and Litigation? 
  • Who gets custody and why? What does "Best Interests" of the children really mean? 
  • Why do some people get sole custody and others get joint custody? 
  • Do Grandparents or other relatives have any visitation rights?
  •  Is marital fault an issue in awarding custody?
  • What do your kids have to go through if you elect the Court process?
  • Can your spouse get a divorce even if you don't want one?
  • How is child support calculated?
  • What property do you get to keep?
  • Who gets the house?
  • Is fault an issue in dividing property?
  • How do pension rights get divided?
  • Who gets the credit card debt?
  • How is Alimony calculated?
  • What are the tax aspects of divorce?
  • Who gets the children as deductions?
  • Who gets Head of Household status?
  • What should you look for in an attorney?
  • What will a divorce cost you?
  • How do you modify support or custody?
  • What about property that you had before your marriage?
  • How do you decide how much the house or business is worth?

    Take Control of the Process

If you are lucky, your attorney will answer all of your questions.  If you are even luckier, your attorney will answer the questions that you did not even think of asking.  If not, you may end up involved in a process that you did not want, and do not like, and your attorney may be making critical decisions for you.

How do you change that?  Information is power and you need that power to make your decisions.  You get that information here.  We ask our clients to educate themselves before beginning any divorce process.  We wrote this book to allow everyone the same opportunity.  The Divorce Primer puts you in the driver's seat. 

YOU decide if you litigate, negotiate or mediate. 

YOU decide what tactics your attorney uses.

YOU decide if a court or you and your spouse set a custody schedule.

YOU learn how to compile information for your attorney without spending tremendous sums in attorneys fees.

YOU decide what experts to use and how they get paid.

Plan Your Process

Your attorney should engage in planning and tactics.  Can you get involved in that process?  Absolutely, AND YOU SHOULD.  You can't if you don't know how.  Most people spend more time planning their next outing than they spend planning their Divorce.  DON'T MAKE THAT COSTLY MISTAKE!  Take charge now.  Get the information that you need and set your plan of action and tactics early in the process, BEFORE you spend a dime on attorneys fees.  


How Much Does It Cost

The Divorce Primer is yours for $29.95.  That's right, less than the cost of a fifteen minute phone call with an attorney.  We have seen clients billed thousands of dollars to educate themselves through their attorneys for this type of information.  Get it now for a fraction of the cost.

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