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Divorce Magazine's Summer/Fall 2010 Issue Features
Divorce Magazine's latest issue offers invaluable tips on how to experience a "good karma" divorce, which saves time, money and stress. It also features a financial health check-up quiz, FAQs from divorce professionals, divorce news and views, an exclusive interview with Grammy award-winning singer/songwriter Dan Hill, and much more.
TORONTO, Canada - August 2, 2010 - The Summer/Fall edition of Divorce Magazine features life-changing insights from the book "The Good Karma Divorce" by Judge Michele Lowrance, in which she helps spouses have a destruction-free divorce by creating a "moral compass." Readers will also learn from other experts how to forgive their former spouse and move on with their life, and how to foster their child's long-term adjustment to divorce.
The issue also offers an array of helpful answers to frequently asked questions answered by local divorce lawyers and other divorce professionals, a financial health check-up quiz, and an overview of the debate on whether 50/50 joint custody by parents should be the starting point in any divorce settlement. "As a divorced father, I was pleasantly surprised to see that our poll on www.DivorceMagazine.com regarding 50/50 child access was supported by both women and men," notes Dan Couvrette, Divorce Magazine's publisher and CEO.
Plus, the issue features an exclusive interview with Grammy award-winning singer/songwriter Dan Hill in which he shares intimate thoughts on relationships. "Dan Hill has a unique ability to capture and convey the complex emotions that many of us feel at difficult times, such as during marital struggles," reflects Dan Couvrette, who interviewed Dan Hill for the piece.
The Summer/Fall 2010 issue of Divorce Magazine is available now. Additionally, Divorce Magazine's online knowledge center, located at www.DivorceMagazine.com, contains a wide range of divorce-related articles, news items and other resources. Access is free and no registration is required.
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