Jan. 6, 2012
-- Fort Myers, FL – Attorney Keith Grossman announces the publication of his book, “Does Every Divorce Need a Shark,” a comprehensive guide through divorce that emphasizes conflict resolution.
The book is available for purchase at the offices of Grossman Law & Conflict Management, 7270 College Parkway, Suite 1, or can be downloaded as an eBook free from the firm’s website: http://www.AttorneyGrossman.com. It will also soon be available for purchase on the Amazon Kindle.
“Our goal is always to help our clients preserve their family after the divorce,” Grossman said. “There are specific ideas and suggestions to foster peaceful resolution. Putting them in a book was a great way to make them easily available and helpful to anyone who is going through a divorce or considering divorce.”
“Does Every Divorce Need a Shark?” offers a comprehensive and helpful guide through the legal process and addresses issues such as dealing with grief, how to protect children and assets, and how to work peacefully toward resolution. It also includes forms to help divorcing individuals organize required paperwork and consider their desired outcomes, a Q&A section, and a recommended reading list.
Grossman Law & Conflict Management is located at 7270 College Parkway, Suite 1, in Fort Myers. For more information about family law, employment law, and conflict management services, call the office at 239-210-7516, email Keith at Keith@AttorneyGrossman.com or visit http://www.ResolvingConflictsNow.com
About Keith Grossman:
Attorney Keith Grossman of Grossman Law & Conflict Management has 20 years of experience in and out of the courtroom and focuses his practice on family law, employment law, and conflict management. Keith is a Family Mediator Certified by the Florida Supreme Court, a former Family Law Case Manager for Court Administration, and Past President of the Lee County Bar Association. He also helped to establish and supervise the Family Law Resource Center, a program designed to help families navigate the court system and reduce the conflict typically associated with the divorce process. Keith handles marriage and family law cases involving divorce, child support, alimony, paternity, prenuptial agreements, parenting plans and time sharing. In the area of Employment Law and Mediation, Keith's services include human resources consulting, skills training workshops, independent employee investigations, and conflict management design and preventative practices.