Cincinnati, OH, June 03, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- Not every divorce is settled fairly. In fact, if the litigants (the people getting the divorce) do not know what can and cannot be included in the agreement, the divorce decree can create more financial problems than necessary.
In her book, “Divorce Organizer and Planner: What You Need to Know to Protect Your Assets,” author and publisher Gail Trahd outlines the necessary paperwork an attorney requires to negotiate a settlement, how to determine if your spouse is hiding money and a laundry list of items that must be considered in the negotiation to help smooth the journey 1, 2 and 5 years down the road.
“After my divorce, friends and family started sharing all kinds of horror stories,” Trahd shared. “And, I realized that many of these stories could have been different if there had been better planning during the divorce process.”
Her book includes excerpts of stories from people through the United States who experienced the trauma of divorce and what they wish they had known prior to the divorce settlement. Through these stories, checklists and spreadsheets, individuals going through a divorce will be better prepared to negotiate an outcome they will be satisfied with.
Trahd’s book has been released by Shared Hope Publishing and can be found on Amazon and Kindle. Shared Hope Publishing also sells the book in paperback when purchased in orders of 25 or more. Use the contact page on their website at http://SharedHopePublishing.com to inquire about pricing.