The Smart Divorce

The Smart Divorce

September 18, 2007 15:00 ET

Reminder: Divorce Lawyers Hook up for Book Party

Attention: Arts/Entertainment Editor, Assignment Editor, City Editor, Lifestyle Editor, News Editor TORONTO / MEDIA ADVISORY/ PHOTO OP / --(Marketwire - Sept. 18, 2007) - Toronto: Divorcing Torontonians had better hope disaster doesn't strike the Nicholas Hoare Bookstore on Tuesday September 18 from 6pm to 8pm when many of Canada's highest profile divorce experts will be gathered to celebrate the launch of The Smart Divorce: Proven Strategies and Valuable Advice from 100 Top Divorce Lawyers, Financial Advisers, Counselors and Other Experts (Chicago Review Press, July 2007, $14.95 US; $18.95 Cdn).

The Book is written by Deborah Moskovitch who white-knuckled her way through a difficult, lengthy divorce that left her determined to help others navigate the often perilous waters of a marriage breakup.

-book launch party for The Smart Divorce: Proven Strategies and Valuable Advice from 100 Top Divorce Lawyers, Financial Advisers, Counselors and Other Experts (Chicago Review Press, July 2007, $14.95 US; $18.95 Cdn).

-author Deborah Moskovitch
-many of Canada's Top Divorce specialists including lawyers, therapists, counselors and financial advisors.

-6:00-8:00pm on Tuesday September 18

Nicholas Hoare bookstore, 45 Front Street East

With about half of Canadian marriages ending in divorce, and the very nature of what constitutes a family having seen a major redefinition within the last 20 years, the book aims to help put people on an even keel during the turmoil that comes with the end of a marriage.
Recent data suggesting that the kids who are the product of single parent homes with divorced parents have greater tendency towards alcohol and substance abuse, teen pregnancy and a litany of other behaviors that will impact their health and long term wellbeing, the book also aims to arm parents with as many tools as possible to help children through the transition.

The Smart Divorce tackles difficult concepts surrounding divorce while providing sound legal and therapeutic guidance.

In an engaging, non-judgmental tone, The Smart Divorce counsels on:
-Telling children about divorce
-The ins and outs of negotiation
-Keeping legal costs down
-Finding the right therapist
-Understanding the finances of the settlement
-Solving custody and co-parenting issues
-Dating and relationships after a divorce is finalized

In The Smart Divorce, those ending their marriages have a resource that will help them to start over and avoid hefty legal bills, fierce custody battles and regret. Deborah Moskovitch is the creator and facilitator of "The Smart Divorce," a consulting service that provides tools and strategies for individuals contemplating or going through divorce. She has been divorced for 10 years and conducts workshops that help others through theirs.
The book is available in bookstores everywhere on both sides of the border and through Independent Publishers Group, 814 N. Franklin St., Chicago, IL 60610.

Book Details:
Title: The Smart Divorce
Author: Deborah Moskovitch
Publisher: Chicago Review Press, Distributed by Independent Publishers Group
Publication: July 2007, $14.95 (CAN $18.95), Paper, ISBN-10: 1556526725; ISBN-13: 9781556526725
Relationships/Self-Help, 224 pages, 6 x 9


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