This Happily Married Ex-Finance Executive Wants to Help You Get Divorced

“I wanted this to be as inclusive and open to everybody that we could possibly make it, and we’re always going to try and improve as well,” Yagoda said.There’s strong appetite for information about divorce, according to Emily Pollock, a family-law attorney at Kasowitz Benson Torres LLP in New York who co-wrote the book . Reading about others’ experiences could help people going through a split realize “that you’re not alone in what you’re facing,” Pollock said. While informational sites can be very useful for identifying issues likely to come up in the course of a divorce, she noted that for serious financial or legal advice people still need to hire professionals like attorneys, therapists or accountants.

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