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"I hope to empower people to make sound, rational decisions throughout the course of their divorce and help them move through this time of transition with a sense of clarity and ease," states Bauer.
HAMDEN, CT, February 04, 2015 /24-7PressRelease/ -- Libraries across the State of Connecticut received a copy of Divorce In Connecticut, a practical guide to the divorce process as a donation from the author. Attorney and Author Renee Bauer recognized the importance of making her book available to all Connecticut residents as a resource. She also realized the financial constraints the Connecticut State Library system is under.
"Making this donation of my book Divorce In Connecticut is my honor and pleasure. I hope to empower people to make sound, rational decisions throughout the course of their divorce. I also hope to help them move through this time of transition with a sense of clarity and ease," stated Renee Bauer. "We all know not all advice is good advice. When people go through a divorce, they often turn to friends, the Internet, and various sources to get their numerous questions answered. Unfortunately, not everyone gives the right counsel. I have frequently witnessed the effect of bad advice on a divorce case throughout my legal career. "
Divorce In Connecticut is not intended to be a replacement for an attorney as cases are specific to the families involved. It is written in a question and answer format and included queries such as:
- How quickly can one get a divorce?
- How much will a divorce cost?
- Should I hire a "bulldog"-a very aggressive attorney?
Rod Colvin publisher, Addicus Books, noted, "It's not difficult to comprehend. A lot of good information is provided in bite-size chunks...This book helps someone going through divorce become an informed consumer."
"I want to thank Attorney Bauer for her generosity and for recognizing Connecticut libraries as resources for information throughout the state. We are delighted to accept nearly 200 copies of Divorce In Connecticut and offer them to the 169 public libraries and their branches in an effort to ensure equity of access to legal resource materials," stated Dawn LaValle, Director of Library Development, Connecticut State Library.
Attorney Renee Bauer is an experienced matrimonial and family law attorney and the founder of Bauer Law Group, LLC in Connecticut. She has been recognized for her achievements by Connecticut Super Lawyers and was featured in the New Leaders in the Law 2012 by the Connecticut Law Tribune. She has authored numerous articles and books. Her most recent book, Percy's Imperfectly Perfect Family, (Archway Publishing) is for children who are going through their parents' divorce. To learn more about Attorney Bauer and her firm, please visit her website, www.FamilyLawyerCT.com.
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