Description - Unofficial Guide to Getting a Divorce by Russ Wild
The thoroughly revised guide to managing and surviving a divorce Since the first edition, there have been enormous changes surrounding the divorce process. This user-friendly update escorts readers through the latest developments, helping them discover if divorce is the right course of action, and, if so, how to work toward an amicable solution. Updates to this edition include the latest information on mediation and arbitration, groundbreaking precedents from recent cases, and new coverage of "pro-forma" divorce, counterclaims, privacy laws, custody arrangements, divorce in abusive situations, and enforcement or dissolution of prenuptial agreements. There's also expert advice on retaining a lawyer, filing, going to trial, handling costs, and finding support. Russell Wild (Allentown, PA) is a financial planner and the author or coauthor of nearly two dozen nonfiction books. Susan Ellis Wild (Allentown, PA) is a trial attorney and managing partner of Gross, McGinley, LaBarre & Eaton, LLP. Russell and Susan are uniquely qualified to write this book. Not only are they professionals, they've been amicably divorced for two years.
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(228mm x 135mm x 23mm)
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Author Biography - Russ Wild
RUSSELL WILD, MBA, financial planner, and SUSAN ELLIS WILD, JD, litigation attorney, have the professional and personal expertise to write this book. Married for 22 years and the parents of two children, they are now amicably divorced. Russell is the principal of Global Portfolios, a fee-only financial planning firm in Allentown, Pennsylvania. He has also authored or co-authored nearly two dozen nonfiction books, writes regularly about financial issues for national consumer magazines as well as financial trade journals, and has appeared on Oprah, The View, and other popular programs. Susan is an honors graduate of George Washington University Law School and has practiced law for 24 years. She has frequently been appointed by the courts to serve as an independent arbitrator/mediator of cases.