Eden Prairie, MN (PressExposure) February 20, 2009 -- Nobody starts out a marriage hoping to get divorced - but sadly, approximately 45 percent of all marriages in America end in divorce.
And many men today feel that in divorce proceedings, they are not treated fairly by the courts.
Matt O'Connell was one of those men, and that's why he ended up writing "No BS Divorce Strategies For Men," a downloadable ebook available at [http://www.GreatDivorceAdvice.com/NoBS].
"My goal with the guide is to get men a fair divorce settlement and a good custody arrangement if they have kids," O'Connell said.
Anyone who's been through the court system knows that divorce lawyers typically charge hundreds of dollars an hour - and frequently do little more than fill out forms and send letters to the opposing counsel. Worse, those letters are often antagonistic in nature and cause the divorce process to drag out even longer, allowing the lawyers on both sides to charge even more fees.
"There's an inverse relationship between court appearances and fair divorce settlements," according to O'Connell.
"No BS Divorce Strategies For Men" was written to help men navigate the minefield of divorce and offer a winning alternative to the traditional divorce methods that fail so many men. It explains the realities of the divorce system and exposes just how corrupt and unfair the system is towards men and children. It is anti-system, not anti-women. O'Connell refers to his e-book as an "action guide" because he prompts men take action with the information he provides. It's more than just a passive read. Men can actually take action immediately to improve the outcome of their divorce and save thousands in the process. O'Connell says it's about getting results and having a better "post divorce" life, not wasting effort and money dealing with a legal system that doesn't yield any benefits.
Over the years O'Connell has sold thousands of copies, and heard from many grateful men who say that their biggest regret is that they didn't buy the book sooner.
Anyone wishing to find out more about the ebook can visit [http://www.GreatDivorceAdvice.com/NoBS].