©2010 Michele F. Lowrance; (P)2009 Random House.
Avoid Litigation, Turn Negative Emotions into Positive Actions, and Get on with the Rest of Your Life
The Good Karma Divorce is that rare guidebook that offers a concrete path to transforming painful experience into positive action.
The average divorce takes two years, with a median cost of $30,000. Yet the true cost of divorce is more than time or money; it is the legacy of the decisions made during the process. No matter how long two people have been married, whether there are children or not, divorce often leads to bad choices that can forever alter a family’s life. But what if you could reverse the stereotype and move regret-free through this process? Divorce is unfortunate, but it does not need to become the defining moment for the rest of your life.
Michele Lowrance is a practicing domestic-relations judge who over the past four years has seen 100 percent of divorcing couples avoid trial by following the principles presented in this audiobook. Using her expertise as a family-court judge and former divorce attorney, Judge Lowrance has created a revolutionary guide for people facing the turmoil of divorce. The Good Karma Divorce offers concrete advice, real-life examples, no-nonsense tools, and helpful checklists.
By following our personal manifesto, harnessing our raw emotions, preventing collateral damage, and using transformative confrontation, we can avoid the black hole of litigation and create a good karma divorce, opening up a new world of hope and possibility.
— Karen Mathis, past President, American Bar Association
— Christiane Northrup M.D., author of The Wisdom of Menopause
— Julia Cameron, bestselling author of The Artist’s Way
— John Ratey MD, Clinical Associate Professor of Psychiatry Harvard Medical School, co-author, Driven to Distraction and author, Spark: The Revolutionary New Science of Exercise and the Brain.
— Deepak Chopra, author, The Ultimate Happiness Prescription: Seven Keys to Joy & Enlightenment.
— Warren Farrell, Ph.D., Author, Women Can’t Hear What Men Don’t Say, and Father and Child Reunion
— Today’s Chicago Woman
— Chicago Lawyer Magazine
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