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  • Paperback: 180 pages
  • Publisher: Churchouse Consultants LLP (25 Jun. 2010)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0956432522
  • ISBN-13: 978-0956432520
  • Product Dimensions: 12.7 x 1 x 20.3 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (14 customer reviews)
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If you are at the initial and possibly angry phase and looking for signposting of the proceedings, you may want to skip straight to chapter 2 to look at the divorce process and the paperwork involved. On the other hand, if you are further into the process or considering your options, then you may find the formative and later chapters a good read.

Also, don't forget that your close family and friends may want to understand what you are going through and where you are up to so they might want to see this text to help their understanding.

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Having experienced the process at first hand and having seen the 'financials' on many occassions in my professional capacity, it is good to bring both topics together in one text to detail how the process looks to help manage experctations, both for the individual involved and their close relatives who may also want to understand the steps involved.

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A really valuable contribution to a subject with which many people are all too familiar and about which they often lack the kind of practical information that this book gives.
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I'm not getting divorced (though I am partial to Wedding cake), in fact I have never been married, but I was really interested by this book. I suppose it is best described as a layman's guide to divorce in the UK: you can flip to the section that you need advice on or read through it and get a handle on each stage of the process. I have already recommended it to several friends who are divorcing because I really think it will help them.

The whole book is simple to understand even if you have no idea, as I did, of the divorce process. It is full of helpful advice but does not claim to be the all knowing oracle, instead it points to experts who can help in each field. There are, wisely, many suggestions of counselling to help you to get through the process and for any children who may be involved. I thought it was very sensible, and somewhat refreshing, to see the mental effects of divorce approached so candidly and talked about seriously.

The one part of the book that I struggled with was the pensions chapter, it blew my mind! Having said that it seems like an incredibly complicated topic and I think the author did his best to make it as clear as possible.

The tips given out throughout the book are very useful, for example letting us know who wont accept photocopied documents, and would be invaluable to anyone going through the process. The fact that the author has also experienced divorce himself means that he is very understanding of how tough it is and this certainly comes across, the book feels supportive yet firm, almost like a close friend trying to get you back on your feet.

If you, or someone you know, is getting divorced I would definitely recommend this book, it covers not just the legal issues but every aspect from knowing the marriage is failing to moving on after. A definite 10/10.
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Keith has made an excellent job of mapping out the divorce process along with many of the common associated glitches. A complicated and convoluted system is not simple to dissect while simultaneously weaving together various strands in the right places. Addicted to Wedding Cake has achieved just that to make a much needed divorce reference book for men and women alike.

His writing style is easy, informative and light. With just the right amount of humour which never debases, nor makes fun, he creates an atmosphere of understanding.
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I have just finished reading Addicted to Wedding Cake and what a brilliant read. I wish Keith had written this years ago when I was seeking practical advice in relation to the process of Divorce. Keith continually points out that everyone's journey is different - which is true - but this book clearly outlines the actual steps which you need to go through to obtain the Decree Absolute. Divorce is never cut and dry, but this book cuts through the jargon and simply details out the logical process - it does touch on the emotional side but it is balanced with practical issues. It the perfect book to read as you enter the journey of Divorce - providing an overview and insight to the future, but I can imagine it to be the perfect companion as each new phase is entered into.

Although practical, this book is reassuring. There is light at the end of the tunnel, you can survive and indeed thrive after divorce - and Keith with his personal experience and financial knowledge, through this book, will be holding your hand every step of the way.

A great book Keith. Well done.
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In Addicted to Wedding Cake Keith Churchouse talks from personal experience as he has been through two divorces. The fact he has worked in financial services for 25 years also means he offers authoritative financial advice in divorce situations. The author takes the reader through the often precarious divorce process in a simple easy to understand style. Moreover, Mr Churchouse adds humour to this often bleak situation which means the book is both informative and entertaining. He provides useful insights into the process which any newcomer to divorce will find helpful and reassuring. There are pages in the book for notes so the reader can jot down details of their situation. Ultimately,the tone is positive particularly towards the end where he writes, 'You Will Survive'.
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I've been fortunate not to have ever needed a book like this but know plenty of people who could have really done with this book.

What's so good about it is Keith's writing style ... and that he's been there, done it and got several T-shirts.

It's informative, easy to understand and all delivered with erudition and light humour. Doing the latter without patronising or belittling the situation is a rare skill.

Thank you for sharing Keith and you will save a lot of people a lot of pain and anguish with this gem of a book.
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I am recently divorced and really wished that this book would have been available to me at the time. It would have spared lots of uncertainty,confusion and heartache and dare I say money if I had this book as an invaluable guide through the journey of divorce.
Keith's sytle is light and easy to read and offers a nice balanced approach to what can be a very bewildering time in your life. If you are contemplating divorce in the near future then this could be an invaluable purchase.
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