A Man’s Guide to Domestic Violence

Published on 15 November 2010 by in books

A Man’s Guide to Domestic Violence

From the falsely accused to the man who is being regularly attacked by his wife or girlfriend, the protections of the domestic violence laws are available to him, if he knows how to use them. Using plain language, and simple examples, this book demonstrates how a man can protect himself in a volatile situation.

The use of a domestic violence restraining order in child custody cases has skyrocketed lately, mostly due to changes in the laws and the effects that a restraining order has on what is the Best Interests of a Child. The playing field of child custody has been dramatically altered and men need to know how to play by the new rules – this book explains it all.

Men are the victims in domestic violence cases approximately 40% of the time, but they go to jail approximately 90% of the time, because they don’t know how to protect themselves. With over a decade of experience fighting for the rights of men, and seeing how the courts are biased in favor of those who lie, this book explains the difference in, and how to get: Emergency Orders, Temporary Restraining Order and Permanent Orders.

It addresses the issues of Criminal Domestic Violence cases, and more commonly, the civil side of what a Domestic Violence Restraining Order will do to a man’s relationship with his children.

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A Man’s Guide to Child Custody

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A Man’s Guide to Child Custody

With practical applications, and real world experiences, this book is written for the man who is most concerned about his kids and having as much visitation, if not primary custody, as possible.

For the man who is faced with a child custody battle, this book is the short course of what to expect in the immediate future, and lays out a long term strategy to maximize your custody and visitation. In today’s world, men have been sidelined as the secondary parent. They are treated as the financial provider and their abilities as nurturing, emotionally supportive parents has been devalued.

This books explains how a man can demonstrate his parenting abilities, and show the court, that he is just as capable a parent as the mother. This book is for all men who want to improve their chances in court and spend more time with the children they love.

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A Man’s Guide To Divorce Strategy

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A Man’s Guide To Divorce Strategy

Most men get manipulated in the divorce process, by their soon-to-be-ex wife, and frequently by her lawyers. This book gives you the tools to protect yourself against her, and her attorney.

Based on over a decade’s worth of experience working with men, this book answers the questions most men need to ask, in a direct, informative and clear manner. Men need to know what their rights are, and this book tells you, in language you can understand.

As a husband, men want to provide and protect for their spouse. When faced with a divorce, most men just want to get it over with as quickly and painlessly as possible. But that doesn’t mean they have to give up all of the assets that they have earned. This book shows you how to keep your half of the assets, and give her half of the debts.

This book explains to men why they should not take the boat over the house, how they can give her the Wedding China (which they couldn’t care less about) but still take half the value of it. Men expect to pay to get out of a marriage, and this books explains in clear language how to leave a marriage with just as many assets as she does.

1. This book answers your questions about Alimony, Pensions, Child Support and what you can do to protect yourself in all those areas.
2. Review the Top Three Strategic Mistakes and avoid paying THOUSANDS of dollars that you don’t have to !
3. Learn why you should not leave the Family Home.
4. Understand why she doesn’t have to account for the child support.

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