The Men’s Rights Manual for Divorce


Protecting your rights is a vital issue for a man going through the divorce process. The Men’s Rights Manual for Divorce provides information, tips, and strategies that will give you the information you need to do just that.

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The divorce process is filled with questions and uncertainties. For men, protecting a lifetime of earnings, pension funds, property, and most importantly, children, are uppermost in their mind. Understanding how the divorce process works is the first step toward ensuring that your rights are recognized and protected. The Men’s Rights Manual for Divorce explains the divorce process, from the moment you file (or receive) the petition for divorce to the final steps – which may include but are not limited to division of property, settlement or separation agreements, and protecting your retirement or pension funds.

Do I have to pay Alimony?

Men are justified in their concern over alimony or spousal support. Do you have to pay?  If so, how much? How does the court decide what’s fair? These questions and more are answered in The Men’s Rights Manual for Divorce. Of uppermost importance are considerations for children and this book explains the most important things that every father should know about child custody and child support.

Will I lose half of everything I own?

By understanding the property division process, you become knowledgeable regarding the difference between separate and marital property. Knowing these terms as well as policies and procedures followed by states for division of property and assets is an invaluable tool for men going through the divorce process. Know your obligations, but at the same time, know your rights and use the law to stand your ground.

Do I need a lawyer?

The question of whether you need a lawyer is up to you, but The Men’s Rights Manual for Divorce provides a variety of scenarios to help you decide whether a divorce lawyer or family law attorney can help protect your rights, your assets, and your property. For example:

  • Do you know how family courts differentiate between separate and marital property?
  • Do you know the steps and paperwork you need to file in order to protect your retirement or pension funds?
  • Do you know your rights as a father when it comes to child custody or child support issues?

 If you’re not sure about any of those answers, then a divorce lawyer may be necessary in order to protect your rights as a man, a husband, and a father.

The divorce process can be complicated and convoluted. If you’re at least familiar with the divorce process, you will be more able to anticipate and deal with a variety of expectations and regulations. Most men are not familiar with the details, the paperwork, or the amount of information that is required by attorneys or family courts during a divorce process. Such knowledge will ensure that you recognize and understand your own rights throughout the process.

The Men’s Rights Manual for Divorce covers a variety of topics regarding the divorce process including but not limited to:

  • What men should know about the divorce process
  • Protecting your rights
  • Filing for divorce
  • What to know about separation and settlement agreements
  • Negotiations regarding property division
  • What happens to your retirement or pension fund if you divorce
  • Information regarding alimony or spousal support
  • What you need to know about child custody
  • What you need to know about child support

Some couples can get through the divorce process amicably, but in other scenarios the process may be filled with intense resentment and anger. Sometimes, those emotions can get in the way of making the best decision for you, your children, and even your future.

What about child custody and child support?

As a father, you’re concerned about the emotional and physical well-being of your children. Knowing how your state deals with child custody and what you can expect in terms of who gets it and why will help you better prepare your case. For example, do you know the difference between:

  • Sole physical custody
  • Joint physical custody
  • Sole legal custody
  • Joint legal custody

If you don’t, you should. The Men’s Rights Manual for Divorce explains the basics regarding the court’s point of view when it comes to children, child custody, and child support. Learn how you can protect yourself and offer your children the support and stability they need by understanding how the courts deal with custody and support issues.

The Men’s Rights Manual for Divorce provides the information you need to make sure that your rights are recognized and that you receive everything that you deserve – now and into the future. If you know your rights as an ex-husband and father, you’ll be better prepared to face the challenges of the divorce process. This book will help prepare you for every stage of the divorce process to ensure that details aren’t overlooked.

Know about and protect your rights through every step of the divorce process. Whether you decide to go it alone or hire or consult a divorce attorney, you need to know what happens and what is expected at every stage of the process. When you know how the divorce of system works, you’ll be one step ahead when it comes to preparing documents, filling out forms, and filing reports on time. Take the time to do it right and reduce your risk of making a mistake that will cost you.

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Rick D. Banks

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