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50+ Questions to Ask Before Getting Divorced

Understand If Divorce Is the Right Decision for the Future
Narrated by: Thomas Cassidy
Length: 13 mins
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Do you believe your marriage is falling apart? Have you really thought through the possibility of divorce? Do you understand the ramifications a divorce will have on your life? If you answered "Yes" to any of these questions, then this audiobook is for you....  

50+ Questions to Ask Before Getting a Divorce by Krista “KK” Mounsey offers a list of questions you should ask yourself before getting a divorce.  

Most titles on getting a divorce simply offer you advice on how to move on with your life after a divorce - very few address the issues that come before it. A divorce is a major change and requires a lot of consideration. You must understand the ramifications divorce will have on your life - perhaps it’s really not your only option, even if it seems so at the time.  

In this audiobook, you’ll find more than 50 questions to help you think through the process of divorce and the changes it will bring. You may be surprised what you learn.  

So grab your copy today. You'll be glad you did. 

©2017 CZYK Publishing LLC (P)2018 CZYK Publishing LLC

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  • 10-01-18

Just a list of obvious questions

Just a list of obvious questions. No advice or revelations long into and then the qs...definitely not worthwhile