“I wrote this book because of the lack of direction most lawyers leave their clients with,” Attorney Perskin stated.
New York, NY (PRWEB) January 21, 2013
In the most stressful times in people's lives, they often ask themselves: sink or swim? For many, divorce epitomizes that type of stressful situation—in divorce attorney Brian D. Perskin’s new book, Winning Divorce Strategies, he even describes divorce as akin to a war. Without the right approach, this metaphor fits. It can be a battle, a complex web of emotions coupled with an intimidating legal process. Yet with the right tools, anyone going through a divorce can swim: they can obtain outcomes that meet their interests and make divorce a positive start of a new beginning.
Perskin’s book, Winning Divorce Strategies, demystifies the legal process of divorce. In his quick, approximately 110 page book, Perskin elucidates what tends to be a confusing and stressful process and arms readers with the tools needed to both undergo the smoothest, worry-free divorce possible and achieve the best outcomes for themselves and their families. Using the lessons he has learned from his 22 years of experience as a divorce attorney in New York City, Perskin explicates how to craft a winning divorce strategy, starting with the first meeting with an attorney. From there, he provides strategic advice for issues ranging from how to tell one's spouse to how to approach custody arrangements and handle financial matters. As Perskin writes, having a game plan in place from the outset is critical for optimizing the results of a divorce, and no matter what type of divorce someone is going through, this book can help them devise that plan.
“I wrote this book because of the lack of direction most lawyers leave their clients with,” Perskin stated. Whether readers are overwhelmed by legal jargon, bogged down by the difficulties of what their family is going through, or just aiming to better understand the divorce process, this book can help them protect themselves and their families. In a time that may feel like sink-or-swim, this guidebook can be the tool that helps people swim.
Brian D. Perskin developed one of the largest divorce and family law practices in the New York City area, Brian D. Perskin & Associates, P.C. He represents individuals in complex family and matrimonial law cases and has written on topics including divorce strategy, fathers’ rights, custody rights of non-parents, pension fund assets and attorneys’ fees. He earned a BA in economics from Brandeis University in 1987 and a JD from Washington College of Law in 1990.