Why This Book: Setting Priorities

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After a divorce, the hardest part can be setting priorities. This is why (for example) the very first task in the book is for payors to automate any support payments they have to make. It may seem odd to begin rebuilding your financial life by scheduling a sizable payment every month, but if making this payment is your highest priority – and it should be – then taking care of that is the very first thing you should do. “Your Post-Divorce Compass” will walk you through just how to do it.

Why This Book: Rebuilding Your Financial Life

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Did you know one of the leading causes of divorce is the stress caused by money problems? It should come as no surprise, then, that rebuilding one’s financial life is one of the most difficult problems to overcome.

“Your Post-Divorce Compass” is a roadmap to help do exactly that – rebuild your financial life after a divorce. It’s “one task per day” philosophy keeps you motivated and moving so you don’t get overwhelmed.

Why This Book: Structure, Not Hopelessness

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Divorce is not something that we expect we will one day experience as we recite those marriage vows. The wedding vows imply belief and hope that we will live together “happily ever after.” We do not expect for that hope to go unrealized. If it does, though, it is no surprise that the post-divorce journey can feel somewhat hopeless at times. Not only have our dreams gone unfulfilled, but now we also have to figure out how to pick up the pieces and put life back together again.

Your Post-Divorce Compass is here to help you do exactly that. We have provided you with a specifically structured framework that will take you through all of the logistics of the post-divorce process – and will walk beside you every step of the way as you get each piece back into place. This book will provide you with needed knowledge, strength, comfort , and, yes, even hope.

Why This Book: Confidentiality

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A note about confidentiality and reaching out to us via private message at Your Post-Divorce Compass, via email at info@postdivorcecompass.com, and/or via our website in order to purchase the book “Your Post-Divorce Compass: Practical, Real-World Advice for the Newly Single”.

We realize that your upcoming, pending or finalized divorce is a sensitive and personal situation. Because of that, we want to take a moment to make sure you know that any communication you have with us is confidential. If you send us questions you may have through a private Facebook message or an email, we will respond back to you privately. If you purchase a book, your purchase is anonymous as we have no way of knowing and/or tracking the consumer. We recognize the importance of having a safe and secure place to gain information and resources when going through private and often painful life events. Your Post-Divorce Compass is that place for you.

Why This Book: One Resource

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The divorce and post-divorce process can feel very isolating. Other people in your life may not know exactly how to respond, what to say or how to help you in your new situation. While they may try to help or give advice about what you “need” to be thinking or doing as you establish your post-divorce life, there is no guarantee that that information is really what YOU need.

This is why this book, Your Post-Divorce Compass: Practical, Real-World Advice for the Newly Single, is critical at this point in your journey. It is the one resource available where you can turn to answer any question about setting up your post-divorce life. You will gain everything you need to know in order to establish your newly-single life.

Why This Book: A Variety of Tools

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“Your Post-Divorce Compass: Practical Real-World Advice For The Newly Single” is your resource no matter where you live. The information within this book is applicable to the entire United States. You will find the website links that you will need to access for tasks like updating your driver’s license or passport, retitling your car, obtaining your credit reports all in one effort, and more. You will also find sample forms and letter templates that you will need as you communicate with employers, judges, and your former spouse. These are things that an attorney would assist you with at the rate of their hourly fee, which can become very costly. This book saves you time and money by putting all of these resources at your fingertips AND offering you guidance and direction on how to accomplish these tasks.