A friend of mine called on me for advice when she and her husband decided it was time for a divorce. She was completely overwhelmed and had no idea where to start. My very first tidbit of wisdom to my stressed-out friend was to find an attorney she could trust. Second, I gave her a copy of The Divorce Recovery Ladder: Your Step-By-Step Guide to Divorce.
Why The Divorce Recovery Ladder?
The Divorce Recovery Ladder is ideal for people looking for help with their divorce. It walks you through the divorce process in terms everyone can understand. It’s thorough and sometimes even lighthearted and funny. It’s the book I recommend because it reads like a friend giving you their advice, not as a legal document full of language that’s difficult to process.
As the book explains, the key to a successful divorce is staying calm, rising above the petty behavior so many fall victims to, and keeping yourself organized. This guide book helps with all three, and more, in a positive and manageable way. It covers everything from what to wear to court to organizing your finances.
With this guidebook you will learn which battles are worth the fight and which will only harm you down the line. You will also be able to take control of the emotional, mental and financial issues that come with a divorce. If you have children, The Divorce Recovery Ladder will help you maintain your relationship and watch out for signs of parental alienation. It covers all the bases, which is why I can’t recommend it enough.
Author Susan Shofer is Your Ally
If you want to save yourself some heartache, refer to this guide book throughout your divorce. It will keep you organized, give you tips, examples and expert advice. But, best of all it, helps you to take control of your divorces process. You will feel like you are in the driver’s seat and will be prepared for whatever your divorce throws at you.
Step one of taking control of your divorce; don’t panic, Author Susan Shofer is here for you. Susan Shofer knows the topic well, and will be your ally every step of the way. With over 20 years of experience as a private investigator she has helped many men and women through their divorce. Her personal experience and expertise in parental alienation gives her an edge over most other experts. As Susan explains, divorce does not have to be all consuming and devastating.
As for my friend, she say’s The Divorce Recovery Ladder never leaves her sight. She keeps a copy of it in her briefcase and takes it to all her important meetings and court appearances. I encourage everyone going through a divorce to pic up a copy of this guide book.