Diss, Norfolk (PRWEB) February 14, 2009
Entitled "Divorce and Separation Today", this comprehensive book goes into far more detail than many others about all the aspects that need to be considered when couples separate.
The author, Uli Doheny-Adams, has former experience of being a solicitor and has seen the heartache caused close up. But it isn't just to do with the divorce or separation itself.
"The legal process is quite often just as stressful as the actual break up itself," says Doheny-Adams. "I wanted to write a guide that would make the process much easier to understand for people who find themselves in this situation."
By going into great detail about the inner workings of the law, the author has shed a great deal of light on what has previously been something of a mysterious process.
"Divorcing or separating from a partner is a tough time in anyone's life," added Doheny-Adams. "By taking the mystery away from what happens in the eyes of the law, the people involved can have more control over what is happening, rather than simply feeling as though solicitors are making all the decisions."
It is rare for a book to go into the kind of detail that "Divorce and Separation Today" does when it comes to how the law works. The reader will discover exactly what goes on at each stage of the process, from the basic steps to the more complex ones.
A distinct line is drawn between the process of separating and the process of divorcing, and everything from finances to settlements and negotiations is covered. There is also plenty of advice given about what to do beforehand and what to expect when attending a court appointment.
There are plenty of aspects which set this book apart from others in the same field, but the main one is the fact that it has a comprehensive chapter about what happens in court. This has traditionally been something of a closed subject and unless a person has been through the experience before, they are unlikely to have any idea about what happens and when.
"I felt it was vital to include this section," added the author. "It will demystify the whole court process for many people, and hopefully even when divorce does turn out to be the only solution, it will be made that bit easier by knowing exactly what to expect beforehand."
To find out more about "Divorce and Separation Today" visit Net Lawman at http://www.netlawman.co.uk. The book will also be available direct from the publisher at http://www.dragoncub.com. You can contact the author at Authors (at) DragonCub (dot) com
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