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Wednesday, February 22, 2012

Win Your Divorce Fiancially, Emotionally, Socially

Title: Win Your Divorce Fiancially, Emotionally, Socially
Author: Rick D. Banks
This book is going to show you not only how to divorce without going broke, hating your spouse for the rest of your life, or suffering a nervous breakdown, it will help you get on with your life in the divorce's aftermath.
This book is meant to help you. It is not meant to teach you pit-bull, win-at-all-cost tactics. Most of the time, those tactics backfire and end up costing the spouse who uses them dearly. My goal is to give you a reference for divorce: a way to come through it stronger than you were before. After all, there are reasons you're divorcing. Hopefully your life post-divorce will be happier, more joyful, and more content than anything you've experienced to date.

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1 comment:

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