Guess which couple got more of what they wanted: Charles and Charlotte, who worked out a negotiated settlement together? Or John and Joyce, who let the court settle their differences? Couples who want to negotiate their own divorce settlements now have a comprehensive self-help guide, complete with ground rules, agendas for discussion, sample forms, and options for divorce mediation without "bloodshed." Not quite a "do-it-yourself" manual - you'll still need an attorney - but packed with real-couple examples of successful agreements on Co-Parenting, Custody, Financial Support, College Planning, Property, Insurance, Taxes. An organized, thorough guide to the important issues for every separating couple, and an effective aid for those who seek professional mediation. "Your chances of getting the outcome you want are best when you take control of the decision-making process," says Martin Kranitz, Director of the National Center for Mediation Education in Annapolis, Maryland. "Couples can work out their own decisions, if they know what to talk about."
...represents a readable guide to the problems of separation and divorce... should prove a great help to... parents willing to read and follow Mr. Kranitz' suggestions. James C. Cawood, Jr., Judge in charge of Domestic Law, Anne Arundel County, Maryland Circuit Court"
Series: Rebuilding Books, for Divorce and Beyond
Number Of Pages: 208
Published: 1st November 2000
Publisher: Impact Publishers Inc.,U.S.
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 16.9 x 23.1 x 1.1
Weight (kg): 0.28
Edition Number: 2