Divorce in New Mexico
BY: SANDRA MORGAN LITTLE, JAN GILMAN-TEPPER, ROBERTA S. BATLEY, TIFFANY OLIVER LEIGH
When facing divorce, people often turn to friends, the internet, and other various sources to get their numerous questions answered. Not all advice is good advice, that is why the experience these authors have gained with combined experience of over 30 years in family law, can answer those questions with concise and to the point responses.
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THE GOOD DIVORCE
BY: CONSTANCE R. AHRONS
The Good Divorce is considered a landmark longitudinal study of post divorce families. The book continues to provide insight into the lasting effects of divorce. Some may criticize it for “promoting divorce”; however, the goal is to really demonstrate that a good divorce may be better for a family than a bad marriage.Roberta S. Batley
BY: PAULINE TESLER AND PEGGY THOMPSON, PH.D.
Collaborative Divorce is a book written by an attorney and a psychologist that takes readers through the steps of collaborative divorce using real life examples and practical exercises.
EX-ETIQUETTE FOR PARENTS
BY: JANN BLACKSTONE-FORD AND SHARYL JUPE
Ex-Etiquette for Parents is written by an author who has gone through the challenges of divorce. Blackstone-Ford is a divorce and step-family mediator who married Jupe’s first husband. The authors tackle topics including transitions between houses, public event behavior, changing your vocabulary to be more positive and introducing a new partner to your “ex” and the children. The authors really encourage people to take positive risks with their behavior to be a model for their children.
CO-PARENTING AFTER DIVORCE
BY: Lisa Gabardi, PhD
If you are going through a divorce or are a divorced single parent, you want good, professional information that can help your family, but may not have much time to read it. The Quick Guide to Co-Parenting After Divorce: Three Steps to Your Children’s Healthy Adjustment summarizes essential information regarding divorce adjustment from research, therapy and mediation experts, and Dr. Gabardi’s own clinical and personal experience as psychologist, mediator, and divorced parent to help you learn the most necessary steps for effective parenting with your children’s other parent so your children have the best chance of adjusting well to the divorce.