Toronto, ON, November 19, 2012, 8:08 am -- /EPR NETWORK/ -- Donald Baker's book, The Divorce Handbook: How to Put the Worst Behind You – Quickly, Fairly, and Finally is a comprehensive guide to the emotional and legal struggles of divorce. The first three chapters are available for free at bakerandbakerlaw.com
About The Divorce Handbook
The Divorce Handbook covers topics of concern for someone going through divorce – from custody and support questions to property division guidelines. Baker has simplified the process so that divorce need not be needlessly painful—or expensive.
“Going through separation and divorce is a traumatic, life-altering experience. It’s difficult enough from an emotional standpoint,” Baker explains, “On top of everything else, there are grave and consequential issues and decisions you must face which will affect the rest of your life. It’s critical that you obtain good legal advice.”
While many assume that a book written by a lawyer would hold only legal advice, much of the advice is how to approach the emotional conflicts that are likely to come up in separation. For example, the author reveals how to explain divorce to children so that they do not feel they are at fault. Baker's goal with the book, above all, is to make divorce as smooth an experience as possible: “I sincerely hope that you find this booklet useful, as many thousands already have.”
To learn more about Baker & Baker, visit http://bakerandbakerlaw.com.
About Donald Baker
Donald S. Baker has been working with clients for over thirty years. He received his undergraduate degree from the University of Toronto and his LL.B. from Osgoode Hall Law School in 1976. Donald took the Ontario Bar in 1978, and has been practicing law ever since. Initially a litigator, he moved on to become a family law specialist later in life. Donald has been a lecturer at the Bar Admission Course for the Law Society. He also is a trained mediator in family law with extensive experience.
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