Thinking about divorce or ending your relationship? What do you do first? Who do you talk to? How do you protect yourself from identity theft? Where do you turn?

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Ending a reltionship is not an easy road to travel. It is survivable if you are willing to do the work necessary to move on with your life. This very important book will give you the knowledge and practical tools to guide you through the painful process of loss, abuse and divorce. If you are ready to Move Out and Move On, then this book is for you.

NEW BOOK RELEASE "Moving out, Moving on," when a relationship goes wrong is today's most comprehensive, step-by-step, practical guide to bringing the painful process of a relationship break-up or divorce to an equitable conclusion. This book offers a complete and detailed plan for dealing with all aspects and pitfalls that one faces during this emotional and life altering experience.

Through clear explanations, simple forms and worksheets, "Moving Out Moving On" logically takes the reader through all the necessary preparation and information gathering to effectively seek legal redress, protect one's assets and credit, address considerations regarding your children, define alternate living arrangements, and deal with the myriad of financial problems and concerns surrounding a divorce or break-up. This book also provides in detail abusive, relationships, domestic violence, identity theft, stalking and how to safely confront these situations.

Moving Out Moving On, is more than a simple workbook, it is a true plan to take control of your life and face the future head on. This is not just another "divorce book": written by a so called "expert." Moving Out Moving On, when a relationship goes wrong is authored by a person who truly knows...Susan Murphy Milano. Available at Borders, Borders Express, Walden Books and Amazon or from the publisher directly.

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