Each year, according to CDC, at least 851,000 men face divorce, and most of them make at least one critical and often irrevocable mistake. Some of these errors might seem minor, such as paying child support out of pocket without any receipts, handing over keys to house or apartment and thinking it’s a done deal. But when they get to court, these men discover they have put themselves in a terrible position. They may have to move out of their house or apt. but pay the cost of actually living there, pay extraordinary alimony, or pay more child support than they need to.Drexel M.
Johnson, a member of the divorce club and the creator of MLJPublishinggroup.com, is aware of the significance of the mistakes men make. This book gives an overview of the mistakes that hurt men in divorce. Drexel gives you step-by-step instructions he used to prepare for his divorce.
You’ll also learn which strategies and tactics have worked for him, and he’ll also be sharing those that have not worked. His intent is to offer a framework that has worked well for him.If you are just fine with plotting revenge against your ex, fantasizing about her demise, and can’t wait until the next time you can discuss with your basketball or golf buddies what she did “this time,” don’t bother reading this book. If you have done a Google search recently for “where to hide the body or keep it from floating immediately to the top of the water,” this just isn’t the book for you.For the rest of you, don’t go down the road of divorce without this guide.