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"Graceful Divorce Solutions - Splitting Apart and Staying Whole" (Marcy Jones, JD)

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Susan SchlossbergMarcy wants to help people who are thinking about divorce, separated, or already in the divorce process. The divorce statistics are staggering. Almost 50% of first marriages, 67% of second marriages, and 73% of third marriages are ending in divorce. "It’s time we do it better," Marcy asserts. "I want to help keep people out of what I call the 'legal vortex' and help put them back in the driver’s seat, rather than with lawyers or in the legal system, so they can go through the process more 'gracefully' in a way that preserves their relationships. It’s still a challenging time, but it doesn’t have to be the nightmare it turns into for so many people. Especially if children are involved, it’s important that mom and dad still be able to talk to each other and get along." Marcy Jones is an author, speaker, lawyer, coach, and advocate for change – change in the way lawyers represent clients in divorce, change in the legal system, and change in the way people divorce. She has practiced family law since 1995, going to law school after her own divorce and with two young children at home. Marcy has worked as a domestic violence prosecutor and as a private practitioner specializing in collaborative divorce and mediation. She's also a certified personal coach. She has just published her first book called Graceful Divorce Solutions: A Comprehensive and Proactive Guide to Saving You Time, Money, and Your Sanity. She wrote this book to get essential information to people BEFORE they go to a lawyer to enable them to make the best choices for themselves and their family. Her ultimate goal is to help people go through divorce better--with integrity and dignity. You can connect with Marcy at her website www.GracefulDivorceSolutions.com
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collaborative divorce
mediation
conflict resolution
integrity
dignity
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