Most people intend to honor their vows forever when they say "I do." In reality, though, over 50 percent of first marriages and an even higher percent of second and third marriages end in divorce. Furthermore, the dissolution often takes a huge financial toll on both sides.
Second Thoughts on Marriage and Divorce contains essential information for anyone contemplating marriage or divorce.
If you're thinking about getting married, you'll learn about:
- the laws surrounding the marriage license
- identifying and protecting your separate assets
- whether prenuptial agreements really work
- sharing more than just last names.
If you're thinking about getting divorced, you'll learn about:
- minimizing the impact on your children
- avoiding expensive attorneys
- negotiating fair settlements
- strategies to retain your assets.
Charles Jackson has been married and divorced twice, and he is a child of divorced parents. He hopes he can use his experiences to help others reduce the emotional and financial stress involved in the divorce process.