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Common Sense Divorce

Ten Steps to Save You Time, Money, and Worry
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Are you deciding whether to go or to stay in your marriage? Are you feeling trapped or frustrated the longer you stay? Before you take that final step, you need to prepare yourself for what is about to happen to your relationship, to your finances, and to your life. If you have children, it is especially important that you prepare for how their life will be altered because of this decision. Common Sense Divorce is a blueprint for those things you must know to save yourself time, money and worry during this stressful time. If you have already filed for divorce or recently completed the process, Common Sense Divorce can help you as you go forward with the post-divorce actions and successful co-parenting after the divorce. Dena Silliman Nielson, JD is an experienced family law attorney who has helped hundreds of clients through their divorce. Using her common-sense principles will save you time, money, and worry during this stressful time and beyond.

Author Biography

Dena Silliman Nielson, J.D. is an author and recently retired attorney who spent over 24 years practicing law. Dena has represented clients and argued cases in all levels of the justice system from rural tribal courts in Oklahoma to the United States Supreme Court. Her areas of legal expertise are family law, mediation, appeals, and Native American law. Along with her law practice, Dena has continuously been engaged in teaching law students and paralegals. Dena is a trained negotiator, divorce mediator, and served as a Certified Intermediary in Oklahoma. After graduating Summa Cum Laude from Central State University in Edmond, Oklahoma, Dena attended The University of Oklahoma School of Law in Norman, Oklahoma, where she was the Editor in Chief of the American Indian Law Review during her final year of law school. After practicing in Oklahoma for a few years, Dena moved to Colorado and ultimately opened her own firm focusing on family law exclusively. Dena has had numerous published legal cases and law review articles during her practice. Most recently, Dena was a contributor to the American Bar Association's Grit, The Secret to Advancement: Stories of Successful Women Lawyers. Dena currently resides in Whitney, Texas with her husband, Bill, and their little dog, Buddy. Dena and Bill collectively have five children and five grandchildren, all of whom reside in Colorado.
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January 9th, 2021
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Cardinal Press, LLC
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