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In The Best Interest of the Child: A Manual for the Divorcing Parents
     

In The Best Interest of the Child: A Manual for the Divorcing Parents

by Nadir Baksh
 

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Minimize the damage to your child before, during and after your divorce. As a divorced father of fourteen years, this book would have made a significant difference in realizing what children go through during this difficult time. Should be required reading for everyone who takes the court's mandatory parenting class! - George Mendez, Stuart, Florida In all of my 24

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Minimize the damage to your child before, during and after your divorce. As a divorced father of fourteen years, this book would have made a significant difference in realizing what children go through during this difficult time. Should be required reading for everyone who takes the court's mandatory parenting class! - George Mendez, Stuart, Florida In all of my 24 years of heated custody battles I have never read such a concise and direct parenting guideline that precisely describes how parents should behave during divorce proceedings to avoid wreaking havoc upon their children and win their day in court. - Jeffrey F. Thomas, Esquire; Board Certified Marital & Family Lawyer Empowers even single parents to regain controls often lost in the shuffle and confusion of divorce. Mixes both a good whack and lots of hugs for parents who have lost their way, with such a passionate plea for common sense that its messages haunt you. - Susie Emerson, R.N., mother and educator A long overdue guide to assist parents in minimizing the damage to their children before, during and after divorce. Children have only one set of biological parents and those relationships need to be preserved and supported. This book should be required reading before commencing divorce proceedings. - George McLain, M.D. Tells me now what common sense should have told me back when emotional trauma clouded good judgment. This is a parent's guidebook, especially for those too close to see beyond the parents' issues to value the child. - Carole Balmer, Former Deputy Mayor and Committeewoman, Holmdel Township, New Jersey Finally, a book with such a wealth of information and advice on such a huge topic relating to divorce, and written in a style that anyone in this situation can relate to. It is a "must read" for all family members involved in a divorce. It is both healing and enlightening! - Robyn Mendez, parent, Stuart, Florida

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781935387442
Publisher:
SCB Distributors
Publication date:
03/06/2013
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
514 KB

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