Nevada litigator L. B. Thornton knows a lot about divorce. The dedication to her book "20 Things To Know About Divorce" hints at her firsthand experience. "To my husband Bobby, who believed in me, married me, divorced me, remarried me, and loved me for almost thirty years."
Thornton’s book taps her 26 years of legal experience, much of it in the dissolution of marriages. Her book helps people considering splitting or in the thick of custody battles and those trying to avoid divorce. More information about the book is available at turnerpublishing.com.
Excerpt from ’20 Things To Know About Divorce’
Remember back to the time of courtship. Did you ever greet your loved one with curlers in your hair or wearing a sloppy robe and slippers? Did you sit on the couch in your underwear with a beer in one hand and a remote in the other? Probably not, but situations such as these happen so often in marriage that they have become the basis for television sitcoms. How often do the two of you date each other anymore? It is an important part of relationships to do things together. The date doesn’t have to be expensive and may be nothing more than a picnic or walk in the park, but it needs to be something you enjoy doing together.