Life is a big boomerang – You reap what you sow
Getting a divorce can bring out monsters and malice, lack of compassion and vindictiveness in the person with whom you shared a bed for years and established blood ties by bringing children into the world.
This behavior, however, will usually find its way back to the wrongdoer, sooner or later, and hit with a vengeance. After all, it is a well-known fact that Karma is a Bitch.
This book is a close examination of the institution of marriage and the process of divorce, providing valuable insights that might preserve your marriage—or at the very least, allow you to go through divorce procedures wisely, manage the proceedings effectively, with legal and personal humanness. It also answers the following critical, burning questions:
- What are the monsters that gnaw away at your marriage?
- How can you protect your children as much as possible during the process?
- Can you prevent divorce wars, and are there any that end well?
- Can cheating save the institution of marriage?
- What does refusal to sign a financial settlement mean?
Through dozens of stories from real life, laced with humor and emotions, Adv. Ruth Dayan Wolfner, who heads one of the largest firms in the field of family law in Israel, provides a deep understanding of the divorce process. She teaches you how to recognize what is truly important within the dizzying
A wise, witty and practical read…
Each country has its own set of laws relating to divorce and other family matters. These laws and processes define everything from the waiting periods for divorce to child support payment. Ultimately, the choice for the path you take should be based on your own unique needs, and short term and long-term goals. There is no right way to go about divorce; however, minimizing conflict is a wise decision if there are children involved.
Researching the mechanics of divorce or consulting a divorce attorney can help you make an informed decision about this process and reach as amicable a solution as possible. Having said that, The Karma Effect: A Divorce Lawyer’s Diary by Ruth Dayan Wolfner comes into its own as an invaluable resource. ‘This book is a close examination of the institution of marriage and the process of divorce, providing valuable insights that might preserve your marriage—or at the very least, allow you to go through divorce procedures wisely, manage the proceedings effectively, with legal and personal humanness.’
With plenty of real-life stories, sprinkled throughout with humor and emotion, this experienced, wise and intelligent author/ family affairs lawyer teaches us how to recognize what is truly important in life. It’s an excellent book that helps to put things into perspective for those who find themselves in this unfortunate situation. Highly recommended.