Whether you’re considering divorce, in the process of one, or finished with your own, you no doubt have many questions. Great news! You are not alone. Millions of people have been in the exact same place. That means there is a huge library of books at your disposal that answer many of your questions. Below is a list of our top pics. Check out our blog On Our Bookshelf: Our Top Five Book Recommendations for Those Divorcing With Children for books we recommend to help you navigate custody issues.
- Divorce in New Mexico by Sandra Morgan Little, Jan Gilman-Tepper, Roberta S. Batley, and Tiffany Oliver Leigh
Written by our very own Roberta S. Batley and retired partners, Sandra Morgan Little and Jan Gilman-Tepper, this book serves as a guide to the legal processes in New Mexico. Turning to friends or the internet for advice during a divorce can sometimes be misleading. This book provides accurate information and addresses the specific laws in our state.
- Crazy Time: Surviving Divorce by Abigail Trafford
Known to be well-liked by both men and women, Crazy Time, dives into “the turmoil of divorce and forging new and richer lives”. Abigail Trafford works through the different stages of marriage and divorce and guides you to look beyond your Marital Settlement Agreement. This book is based both on personal experience as well as extensive research. The author guides the reader through the emotional journey of divorce providing helpful advice and insights along the way.
- Collaborative Divorce: The Revolutionary New Way to Restructure Your Family, Resolve Legal Issues, and Move on with Your Life by Pauline Tesler and Peggy Thompson PhD
The attorneys at Batley Powers Family Law, P.A. are trained, collaborative attorneys. What does that mean for you and your case? This book delves into the groundbreaking method many people are using to end their marriages. This approach allows parties to commit to settling matters out of court and works towards creating a plan that works for you and your family.
There are so many other books that are great resources. Check with your attorney here at Batley Powers for recommendations they have that meet your specific needs.