DIY Divorce Guide Explains The Process Step-By-Step

Diss, United Kingdom (PressExposure) April 20, 2009 -- In Britain today, 160,000 marriages per year end in divorce. Those considering (or going through) a separation or divorce, need reliable, independent guidance to assist with the decision making process.

More than 66,000 divorcing couples involved 117,000 children under 16 in the trials and tribulations of their parents' relationships breaking down, according to the latest figures from the National Statistics Office. Couples in their late twenties had the highest divorce rates of all age groups.

This divorce guide won't solve marriage problems but will aid the understanding of the options and provide critical background information and knowledge so that potential divorcees can make informed decisions.

Written by Uli Doheny-Adams - former solicitor and family law expert, this book will help negotiate divorces and save money, time, and stress for many. The book leads the reader step-by-step through the divorce process, explaining legal terms in concise, easy to understand terms.

Divorce and Separation Today also suggests using an online legal service provider in conjunction with the book. Enter Net Lawman - a legal provider of document templates and forms - all those required for a DIY divorce. The divorce forms provided by Net Lawman come with completed examples as well as explanatory guidance notes, which allow divorcees to do it all online.

Divorce and Separation Today is not an emotional self-help book, nor does the author apportion blame. Inside, you will find a straightforward, matter-of-fact guide to the legal system and information on how to unravel marriage problems.

Divorce and Separation Today by Uli Doheny-Adams is published in hardback by DragonCub and costs £14.95.

About DragonCub is a trading name of Where the World Meets Ltd., an English company operated by Andrew R. Taylor. stock a wide range of books, from science fiction, self help and academic reports. They encourage authors, especially self publishing authors to contact them with a view to putting their book for sale on the website.

The service is designed to fill a gap between on the one hand the mass of book websites currently on the Internet and the lack of real book websites that deal with every conceivable book type. for example, publish not only the books you might find in a high street book shop but also those you won’t find – rare editions, academic reports and so on.

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