PEABODY, Mass. (PRWEB) October 31, 2017
Providing a personal insight into managing the divorce process, “Divorce: Defined: Things a dad should know when he's thrown out of the house” (published by Archway Publishing) by Zachary Brooks sheds a light on the undertaking by helping men with children understand the various personal and legal challenges they might encounter.
“The only divorce cases that are in print are those of the rich and famous and are printed in the daily gossip magazines,” Brooks says. “The divorce process the average dad faces is not something that the legal system of your commonwealth wants publicized.”
When Brooks got thrown out of his house by his wife, he didn’t know what to do; turning to the internet, he only found “legal jargon and condescending rhetoric” from lawyers, social workers and politicians on the divorce process. Wanting to offer help to men in similar situations, he offers guidance to fathers going through a divorce by sharing insight as to what could happen and how to manage the situation while developing a stronger relationship with their child or children.
Brooks introduces the idea that the targeted male side of divorce is brutalized saying, “There’s a significant reality that the dad is subjected to a two-tiered legal system that is designed to fully support the opponent (ex-wife) and completely dismantle the dad both mentally and financially which ultimately encourages the surgical removal of his ability to provide the equal parenting specifically noted in a mutual agreement.”
By Zachary Brooks
Hardcover | 6 x 9 in | 404 pages | ISBN 9781480847552
Softcover | 6 x 9 in | 404 pages | ISBN 9781480847545
E-Book | 404 pages | ISBN 9781480847569
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
About the Author
Zachary Brooks wasn’t prepared for the overwhelming mental and financial toll that came with divorce in Massachusetts, but his love for his son gave him a sense of purpose that became the key to his survival. Learning how to listen, observe, prioritize, articulate his thoughts and manage whatever he could is what kept him afloat. He enjoys a great relationship with his son and is able to trust, love and laugh again. Brooks strongly believes that “Divorce: Defined” is the ideal primer that everyone should read.
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