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Book Review: “Joint Custody with a Jerk”

If you are looking for practical advice on how to deal with a difficult co-parenting relationship, we recommend that you pick up “Joint Custody with a Jerk”. The authors do an excellent job of covering the many emotions and issues that come out during or post-divorce, and they are able to cover these concepts while providing logistics for real-life application.

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Book Review: “How to Say Anything to Anyone”

Shari Harley’s “How to Say Anything to Anyone” is small but mighty. It is straightforward and concise. It forces the reader to confront his/her own problems as a listener and a communicator because, to be an effective and productive communicator, you need to be invested in an outcome greater than persuasion.

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Image of wedding rings. Book Review: “I Now Pronounce You Financially Fit: How to Protect Your Money in Marriage and Divorce” by Pam Friedman. Book review by Inna Loring, Esq.

Book Review: “I Now Pronounce You Financially Fit: How to Protect Your Money in Marriage and Divorce”

“A theme that runs throughout the book are the hazards of making financial decisions based on emotion. While feelings and emotions may lie at the heart of the marital relationship, the institution of marriage is one of inextricable financial ties. The clear-cut and candid tone of the book does not guilt the reader, but simply presents a sobering choice: bring emotion into a financial relationship at your own risk…”

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