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The Virginia Beach Women’s Child Custody Survival Guide Now Offered At No Cost

The Virginia Beach Women’s Child Custody Survival Guide Now Offered At No Cost

Virginia Beach, VA (PRWEB) March 3, 2011

If Virginia Beach divorce lawyer Kristen Hofheimer had the time and resources to offer her legal services to every woman who was facing a struggle with child custody in Virginia, she would. Recognizing her inability to donate her legal services pro bono to every compelling case she encounters, Ms. Hofheimer had to devise a more realistic solution; What if I could arm them with the tools to help themselves?

After successfully distributing more than 2,000 copies of The Virginia Beach Women’s Child Custody Survival Guide, author and Virginia Beach divorce lawyer, Kristen Hofheimer, is offering her child custody guide for Virginia mothers at no cost. The child custody guide, previously .95, gives Virginia mothers the information they need to prepare themselves for a child custody dispute in Virginia.

In Ms. Hofheimer’s own words, Every day I receive inquiries from mothers who are in desperate need of help in their custody cases, but who are without funds to hire an attorney. And while so many of these women have compelling stories for why they and their children need my help, I do not have the ability to give all of these deserving moms free representation. One thing I can do, however, is give them information. Any mother who is going through a custody battle, thinks she might go through one – or who wants to avoid one – may have my custody book free of charge.

As a lawyer and formerly single mother who exclusively represents women going through a Virginia divorce, Kristen Hofheimer has special insight into the questions, concerns, and needs of women entering into a custody dispute. This clear and honest guide seeks to answer the questions on many divorced women’s minds – plus addresses some of those that they didn’t even know they had. By understanding the child custody process in Virginia, women can feel a greater sense of confidence as they prepare for what may be one of the most difficult chapters of their lives.

The Virginia Beach Women’s Child Custody Survival Guide can now be ordered for free at

About Kristen Hofheimer

Kristen Hofheimer represents women and mothers going through Virginia custody and divorce matters through her firm, Hofheimer/Ferrebee. She is a member of the Virginia Trial Lawyers Association, a member of the Virginia Beach Bar Association’s Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court’s Bar/Bench Liaison Committee, and was named in 2008 and 2009 Super Lawyers as one of Virginia’s Rising Stars.


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The HomeOwners Association Survival Guide

The HomeOwners Association Survival Guide
A detailed information manual that provides step by step instructions how to fight HomeOwners Association Legal problems. Take Charge and Stand up for your rights!
The HomeOwners Association Survival Guide

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What the Wedding Planner Can’t Teach You – Survival Skills for Wedded Bliss – Advice on Overcoming Moral, Financial and Lifestyle Issues that Couples Face

(PRWEB) May 25, 2005

The flowers have been ordered, the brides maid’s dress colors picked and you and your fiancé are on the fast track to a joyous wedding day. But, are you on track with your relationship? After, “and they lived happily ever after,” what happens next?

The fact is that couples spend twice as much time discussing wedding plans than they do considering the impact their upbringing, background, and individual expectations will have on their relationship? Ands if you start out coming from different social, religious or ethnic backgrounds, the chances for a problem marriage increases, unless you work out the details before you walk down that aisle.

According to Dr. Ruby Payne, couples who come from different class backgrounds have different expectations, priorities, and goals, and cultural or class differences can cause serious unexpected conflict in regard to subjects such as finance management, family commitment, and raising children. Payne, a Ph.D. who works with psychologists, educators, lawyers and judges on the hidden rules of class, the key is communication and an open mind. Her new book, Crossing the Tracks for Love, highlights everyday examples and exercises that aid couples in identifying and resolving potential issues of conflict based on class upbringing so they can learn how to better understand what motivates their partner’s behavior.

The first step according to Payne is for couples to talk as much about their nitty-gritty expectations of marriage as they do about their wedding reception menu. Conflicts can be surprisingly simple according to Payne, one example she offers: a newlywed bride, who comes from an upper middle class background, opens a cell phone plan and picks a top of the line model valued at 0. After a couple of weeks, she accidentally loses it and wants to replace it for the exact same phone, which will cost another 0. Her new husband, who grew up in a modest home with few luxuries, believes that she doesn’t need that expensive phone and can’t understand why she can’t just pick the standard model. In some instances a major fight could ensue from this seemingly mundane situation, but if the couple work together to understand the dimensions of each other’s class background they will be able to better navigate the sometimes bumpy road of wedded bliss, and be better able to deal with other issues in their lifetime together.

Though some relationship experts would have you believe “Men are from Mars and Women are from Venus,” in actuality, conflicts in relationship are caused less by genders differences and more by class structure. Payne’s Crossing the Tracks for Love evaluates how common occurrences may or may not affect a person based on what type of class mindset they come from – Poverty, Middle Class or Wealthy, thus determining the often hidden boundaries and rules we live by. Once these hidden rules are identified and recognized, couples can than learn how to communicate, compromise, coexist, and thrive in their relationships.

Crossing the Tracks for Love: What to Do When You and Your Partner Grew Up in Different Worlds by Ruby K. Payne, Ph.D.; Published by Aha! Process Inc., April 2005; ISBN: 1-929229-33-X

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Divorced Dads Survival Guide (men only

Divorced Dads Survival Guide (men only
Highly converting Offer in Niche Vertical. Higher payouts available for high volume affiliates.
Divorced Dads Survival Guide (men only

Be Your Own Boss eBook and Start Your Own Business Formation Kit
Be Your Own Boss: A Fast & Friendly Legal Guide To Starting Your Own Business eBook and Companion Starter Kit. This is targeted to entrepreneurs and small business owners one of the fastest growing segments in this economy. 50% commission.
Be Your Own Boss eBook and Start Your Own Business Formation Kit

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The Original Public Domain Treasure Hunter’s Survival Kit

A few Copyright Lawyer products I can recommend:

The Original Public Domain Treasure Hunter’s Survival Kit
How To Make Money Republishing Old Copyright-Expired Books, Magazines, Photos, & More…
The Original Public Domain Treasure Hunter’s Survival Kit

Freedom Lifestyle Income Program
How You Can Live the Freedom Lifestyle You Deserve… with a Passive Residual Income, Even if You Just Started Learning About Passive Income!
Freedom Lifestyle Income Program

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