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101 Little Instructions for Surviving Your Divorce

101 Little Instructions for Surviving Your Divorce
A No-Nonsense Guide to the Challenges at Hand




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ISBN: 9781886230248
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A fact-filled meditative guide to getting through the process of divorce. Holds the reader‘s hand through the maze, mystery and mire of divorce, custody, mental health issues, child support, property settlement, attorneys, court procedures, and more. Each brief and incisive “instruction” offers hope, encouragement, and authoritative guidance from a practicing divorce attorney who has "been there" hundreds of times. An essential real-time companion for those going through divorce. Practical, helpful exercises, "how-to" procedures; Expert guidance; Combines professional expertise with personal experience; Brief, readable, warm and friendly style.

Books in the Rebuilding Books series "for divorce and beyond" are written for those going through divorce or rebuilding their lives after divorce. Inspired by the work of renowned divorce therapist, Dr. Bruce Fisher, the Rebuilding Books offer expert information and practical self-help procedures. These straightforward, life-affirming resources can help make the divorce process easier, healthier, and less painful, leading to more-fulfilled lives and stronger “second-time” relationships.


Barbara J. Walton has been licensed as an attorney since 1986, practicing in the area of Family Law. A child of divorce, she is also a single mother, so she has personal as well as professional knowledge of the many issues involved. She advocates a... Read more

Books by Barbara J. Walton-Mountjoy


“...common sense ideas, thoughts and tips about the divorce process, including issues about child custody, child support, mental health, how to cope with friends and family, what to expect in the courtroom, property and financial considerations, and attorneys."
Colorado Libraries, Fall 2000

“... extends hope, encouragement and guidance from this practicing divorce attorney who has been there.”
“Book Browsing”, the West Orange Times, June 22, 2000

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