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Divorce: A Survivor's Guide by Nancy J. Wells is a must-read for anyone planning or going through a divorce. Divorce can be a challenging and emotional experience for anyone going through it and this is an excellent resource to help navigate this difficult time. With Wells sharing her experience of going through a divorce twice, we gain an intimate insight into the process and learn from her firsthand knowledge. It is structured chronologically with eighteen chapters, beginning with And So It Begins and ending with At The End of The Day. Each chapter has a relevant theme, such as So How Do You Get Divorced and Let's Talk Equitable Distribution. I find the key takeaways, checklists, and negotiation guide particularly helpful for anyone navigating the complicated divorce process.
Nancy J. Wells’s Divorce is a highly informative guidebook covering the legal, emotional, and financial aspects of a divorce. Narrated from the first-person point of view, Well’s literary style is casual, so it feels like listening to a friend relate her experience. This makes it relatable and engaging, providing valuable insights and guidance to help cope with this challenging experience. It also allows one to make informed decisions and communicate effectively with attorneys and ex-partners. Wells emphasizes the importance of being proactive, knowledgeable, and strategic to achieve the best possible outcome. She also highlights common pitfalls and mistakes to avoid based on her experience.