A fight to save a marriage


fight to save a marriage

Tune in to The Smart Divorce and hear how one courageous woman fought to save her marriage.  Beverly Willlet is now using her expertise and experience to effect social change.

When Beverly Willett was faced with divorce she did something few have tried… challenging the divorce in court.  She wanted desperately to save her marriage and avoid divorce.  Beverly has extensive knowledge about the judicial system, both from her research and personal experience, and is passionate about divorce reform.

Beverly www.beverlywillett.comOpens in a new tab., is an author and former family lawyer. Her articles about divorce, marriage and parenting have appeared in many publications, including The New York Times, Newsweek, Woman’s Day, Family Circle, Prevention, Salon.com, Parenting and The Daily Beast. She’s a regular contributor to The Huffington Post Divorce page, a former Contributing Editor to Chicken Soup for the Soul Magazine, and a long-time advisor to Parentalwisdom.com. For the past year, she has been consulting with groups and individuals about divorce reform on a pro bono basis. She is the chair of the advisory committee for the Coalition for Divorce Reform. (http://www.divorcereform.info/Opens in a new tab.)

Topics in this Podcast include:

• The Impossible Dream: The Fight to Save Beverly’s Marriage
• Giving up on your career for your children
• The differences and flaws between No Fault vs. Fault Divorce
• When mom’s break up: Coping with the loss of friendships post divorceOpens in a new tab.
• How the Coalition for Divorce Reform is making a difference.

Click on the link to hear this fascinating interview:

The Fight to Save a Marriage and Thoughts on Divorce ReformOpens in a new tab.

When Beverly Willett was faced with divorce she did something few have tried… challenging the divorce in court.  She wanted desperately to save her marriage and avoid divorce.  Beverly has extensive knowledge about the judicial system, both from her research and personal experience, and is passionate about divorce reform.

Deborah Moskovitch

This blog post was written by Deborah Moskovitch the author of "The Smart Divorce", the catalyst for this website. This evergreen book covers how to manage the divorce process for a less painful result.

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