New Book: "Moving Out Moving On, When a Relationship Goes Wrong" is a "Wake Up Call to Action"

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While on book tour, Susan Murphy-Milano will be not only addressing her book, but the effects of identity theft in relationship break-up and divorce, and the need to keep public divorce record information private.

-The end of summer is just around the corner. As families return from vacation and prepare their children for the new school year, many adults across America, who are in failed marriages, wait until the fall to begin seeking legal advice and services. As phones ring off the hook, in all law offices from callers wanting to start the painful process of divorce, most are clueless as to how to begin.

The average American seeking a divorce doesn't realize the many options available to them that can save, time money and perhaps their life.

"Moving Out, Moving On" focuses on protecting yourself legally, emotionally and physically. Including:

How to interview a prospective law professional; asset management; Mediation vs. Divorce; Tips and advise on protecting personal information because Identity Theft is a wound that never heals properly, resources to take back control of your life; and child custody. Through clear explanations simple forms and worksheets, "Moving Out, Moving On" is a true plan to take control of one's life. In addition, the book also addresses in detail abusive relationships, domestic violence and stalking and how to safely confront these situations.

According to Murphy-Milano, “Ending a relationship 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.” "Moving Out, Moving On," takes you step-by- step through the painful process of divorce or break-up and leads you to help, safety and peace. This book is a guide for one to begin their journey from being emotionally stung to personal empowerment.

Susan Murphy-Milano is a respected author and nationally recognized relationship expert. In 1996, Doubleday published her first celebrated book, Defending Our Lives, providing a compassionate and comprehensive guide to the options available to battered women and families. In 1993, she was instrumental in the passage of the Illinois Stalking Law and has constantly argued for the rights of battered women and children, both through legislation and through national television and print media. Susan's quest for justice has been trumpeted across the pages of newspapers, magazines, radio and television, including: The Oprah Winfrey Show, Larry King radio, ABC's 20/20, CBS's Public Eye, NBC's Sunday Today Show Profile, CNN, MSNBC, Family Circle Magazine, U.S. News and World Report to name only a few.

Susan will begin a 10 city author book tour in the fall. During her scheduled presentations, Susan will be addressing not only her book, but the effects of Identity Theft in Relationship Break-up and Divorce.

"Moving out, Moving On" is available from Borders, Borders Express, Walden Books, Amazon or direct from the publisher. ISBN # 0-9764089-0-2

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