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File for Divorce:  One Parents Perspective for Winning Over the Courts in Custody Cases Michael Mason

File for Divorce: One Parents Perspective for Winning Over the Courts in Custody Cases

Michael Mason

Published June 9th 2013
ISBN :
Kindle Edition
90 pages
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 About the Book 

All divorces, civilian or military, are equally painful. Author Michael Mason, a veteran of the United States Army, went through a divorce and custody dispute for his young child. His painful experience thoroughly covers various issues and providesMoreAll divorces, civilian or military, are equally painful. Author Michael Mason, a veteran of the United States Army, went through a divorce and custody dispute for his young child. His painful experience thoroughly covers various issues and provides insightful answers based on his personal experience. This book provides an alternative, unique, aggressive and detailed approach to today’s many uncertainties surrounding divorces in order to help readers navigate a divorce case and maintaining custody of your child(ren). The book emphasizes the importance of documenting every aspect of your deteriorating relationship from the beginning to the end. From choosing a divorce lawyer to to utilizing a private investigator, Mr. Mason’s battle tested advice in dealing with a divorce is refreshing. Almost 30,000 military marriages resulted in divorces in 2011 according to a USA Today report quoting Pentagon data. Military couples face a variety of challenges stemming from constant deployments. Despite various work-shops and marriage counseling to improve marriages, the divorce rate in the military has steadily increased over the last ten years. This book is not intended to encourage divorce but to help win a divorce once you are inevitably in it. Just like war, divorce must be avoided at all cost. But, when it happens, one must win. If you are dealing with the stress of a deteriorating relationship, child’s welfare, unknown legal procedures, you might want to take a look at Mr. Mason’s advice.