Peaceful Divorce

Our amazing and prolific member, Ed Sherman, Esq., founder of Nolo Press, has a free product that no divorce professional or person facing divorce should be without. It is called:

A Free Guide to a Peaceful Divorce,
Make Any Case Smoother, Less Painful, Less Expensive


Click on: http://peacefuldivorce.ning.com/profile/EdSherman, to see a picture of the Guides, and click on that picture (it’s a link) to take you to his website, where you can experience the Guides for yourself!

Here is what Ed has to say about it:

“Nothing builds confidence, feels so good, so reassuring, as gaining clarity—realizing that you can now start to take charge of yourself and your case. That's what my books, my site and this Guide are about.

I will tailor the Guide to your individual case, and if tell me you where you are and the major features of your case, I will send you a Guide that's just about you!

The free guide is a single PDF file that you can use on any computer. In 8 to 12 short chapters—20 to 28 pages—it describes the essentials of my method with essential information and advice that is guaranteed to help smooth your way. In life, difficult or painful passages usually become smoother if you get just the right bit of information or advice. That's what my Guide is for.

Why give free advice? Well, this is the Internet you know, and this is my way of doing some good in the world. It's that simple. And, oh yes, because you might find that some of the inexpensive books and software on my site will help you make your way more easily and with more confidence, but that's entirely up to you.”

Here’s what I have to say about it - these Guides are among the best of the best divorce support online, absolutely, no doubt about it. The fact that they are free is unbelievable! Check this out and pass it along to anyone touched by divorce, and desiring a peaceful divorce!

Cynthia Tiano, Esq.
"The Mediator"
Author, "Happily Divorced! Secrets of the Win-Win Formula"

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