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Fair Share Divorce for Women, Second Edition: The Definitive Guide to Creating a Winning Solution Paperback – March 6, 2007
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"An indispensable tool for any woman who wants to gain control of her finances and protect her assets throughout the divorce process." ―David Bach, author of Smart Women Finish Rich
About the Author
KATHLEEN MILLER is a Certified Financial Planner and Certified Divorce Financial Analyst who has helped women protect and grow their financial assets for twenty-five years. She initially self-published Fair Share Divorce for Women and its success led to this revised second edition. She is the owner and president of Miller Advisors, Inc., an investment advisory firm in Kirkland, Washington.
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Miller takes a tough, no-nonsense, eyes-open approach while holding your hand every step of the way. She divides the process into 5 predictable stages 1) Pre-divorce, 2) Decision, 3) Acceptance, 4) Mourning, 5) Re-Equilibrium. She addresses the various kinds of wives for example the starter wife, the corporate wife, and the alpha earner wife and how each one differs and faces different problems in divorce.
She helps you decide what to do first, shows you how to make an organized plan, what to anticipate and how to navigate through various obtacles. She aims to empower you to take control (to the degree possible) of what can be an overwhelming and unwieldy process. She shows you how to stay focused on moving forward, how to assemble a team to help you through the grueling process, how to choose the type of divorce vehicle that is best for your circumstances, how to cope with change, and most of all--how to avoid poverty. A glossary and appendixes are provided help you understand the not only the basics of finances but also some of its obscurities.
It's a pretty great book for a pretty awful time.
The author's superb table delineating the phases of a divorce with a timeline makes it relatively easy to form the big picture of what divorce constitutes. She then deconstructs each phase with clear explanations.
After reading the entire book in 2 days, I feel confident in my understanding of what needs to be done, when it needs to be done, and the emotional and legal pitfalls that I need to be aware of.
The flow from chapter to chapter makes for pleasurable reading, an comforting experience when undertaking dissolution of a marriage. Throughout the book, I felt both supported and validated by what I read.