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Title:
Your pocket divorce guide
Author:
Senn, Linda C.
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Publication Information:
St. Louis, MO : Pen Central Press, [1999]

©1999
Physical Description:
95 pages ; 22 cm
Language:
English
ISBN:
9780966567212
Format :
Book

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Summary

Summary

Your Pocket Divorce Guide provides practical guidance for separartion, finding an attorney or a divorce mediator, explains maintenance, child support, and starting a new life as a single. An especially valuable chapter explains the leagal divorce process. Author Linda C. Senn has also included a full Glossary of Leagal Teminology often used in divorce matters. Therapists, attorneys, and divorce mediators around the country recommend this book to their clients. And the highly stressed reader will appreciate the concise presentationin just 106 pages!

New! This 2nd edition includes a new appendix: "The Forgotten Onces: Your Adult Children and Your Divorce." Traditionally society has assumed that those offspring already have "their own lives" and won't be strongly affected by their parents split. Nothing could be further from the truth! This powerful section helps both the parents and the formerly "forgotten onces" navigate that bumpy path with honest, wisdom, and love.


Author Notes

Linda C. Senn, author, divorce coach, positive life coach, and teacher, lives in Kirkwood, a historic suburb of St. Louis, Missouri. An adjunct instructor at University of Missouri, St. Louis, she focuses her writing, coaching, and teaching around topics that help people through major challenges in wise and practical ways. Both Your Pocket Divorce Guide and her book The Many Faces of Journaling have been used as required reading in college classes. Her life beyond writing is filled with the joy of her children, grandchildren, beautiful friends, Eliot Unitarian Chapel community, and the beauty and sounds of nature.


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