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The Divorce Book: What Every Michigan Married Man or Woman Needs to Know...and 5 Things That Can Sink Your Divorce Case Joseph T Barberi

The Divorce Book: What Every Michigan Married Man or Woman Needs to Know...and 5 Things That Can Sink Your Divorce Case

Joseph T Barberi

Published January 25th 2013
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Kindle Edition
140 pages
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Joseph T. Barberi’s compact and clearly organized book, designed to help Michigan residents understand the ramifications of divorce, guides readers through decisions such as whether to consult a lawyer, where to begin when they feel like theirMoreJoseph T. Barberi’s compact and clearly organized book, designed to help Michigan residents understand the ramifications of divorce, guides readers through decisions such as whether to consult a lawyer, where to begin when they feel like their marriagecannot be saved, and how to approach issues of custody.Written in clear language, this book covers the emotional, financial, and legal aspects of divorce, and answers questions like, “How do I protect myself financially if I am going through a divorce?” and “How much will my divorce case cost in terms of attorney fees and expenses?”Joseph T. Barberi has been practicing law in central Michigan for more than thirty years. Readers of Central Michigan University’s (CM Life) newspaper, and the Mt. Pleasant morning newspaper, The Morning Sun, have voted Mr. Barberi as the #1 attorney in the Central Michigan area for twelve years in a row. Mr. Barberi is known for his expertise in the area of child custody proceedings and grandparent (grandchild) rights.“A significant percentage of clients who come into my office to discuss a divorce have not actually decided to file for divorce. First, they want to know their options. I typically encourage them to explore alternatives, including counseling, and, depending on their circumstances, I suggest options as to how they can protect themselves and meet their needs, short of divorce.”–Attorney Joseph T. Barberi