Jane Burr was the nom de plume of Rosalind Mae Guggenheim (1882-1958). She was born in Clebourne, Texas in December 1882. Her parents were Bertha Kaufman and Louis Guggenheim. Jane studied at Washington University in St Louis for two years before taking jobs with two St. Louis newspapers-The St. Louis Star and The St. Louis Republic. During this period she was briefly married to Jack Punch. After her divorce she published her first book, Letters from a Dakota Divorcee in 1909. It was a fictionalized account of a woman seeking a divorce in the turn of the century divorce capital of America-Sioux Falls.
Handling divorce and family law cases involving service members has never been more timely, and the unique factors involved in representing these cases will affect nearly all family and general practice lawyers. This practical resource covers all aspects of representing service members and their spouses in divorce in an accessible, easy-to-use format, and includes numerous Practice Tips, forms and appendices. Topics include the Service members Civil Relief Act, custody, domestic violence, tax issues, and the division of military retirement benefits. Includes forms CD-ROM.
A colourful, informative book to help children understand divorce. Described by the School Library Journal as |a real 'security blanket, this comforting book explains: what divorce words mean; why parents divorce; how to live with one parent and visit the other; how to have two homes, how to tell you friends; how to accept new stepsisters and stepbrothers; and many more issues and topics that arise in divorce situations.
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