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Three books in the divorce series are heading to press this month. They are: Divorce in Kansas by Scott Mann, Esq. and Stephanie Tucker-Muir, Esq. Both attorneys are from Kansas City. A Guide to Divorce in Missouri is also scheduled to go to press; the authors are St. Louis lawyers, Cary Mogerman, Esq. and Joseph Kodner, Esq. Finally, Divorce in Oklahoma also goes to press this month. The author is Mark Antinoro, Esq. of Pryor, Oklahoma.
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Attorney Brian L. Sobol, of Minneapolis, has signed to author Divorce in Minnesota: The Legal Process, Your Rights, and What to Expect. Sobol is a member of the law firm McGrann, Shea, Carnival, Straughn & Lamb, Chartered. He is also a member of several professional organizations, including the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers and the International Academy of Family Lawyers. Divorce in Minnesota will be a Fall 2017 release.
Two books in the Addicus Books “Divorce Series” are heading to press. Those titles are Divorce in North Carolina, by Bill Trosch, Esq., and his brother, Eric Trosch, Esq., of Charlotte, North Carolina. Also heading to press is: Divorce in Florida by Lisa Kirby, Esq., and her sister, Shayna Cavanaugh, Esq., both of Naples, Florida.
The third edition of Overcoming Postpartum Depression and Anxiety will be released this fall.
The author is advanced nurse practitioner Linda Sebastian of Bonita Springs, Florida. Ms. Sebastian describes the risk factors for postpartum psychiatric disorders along with the treatment for the various forms of these disorders. She also calls attention to the fact that postpartum depression is the most common complication of pregnancy. However, due to lack of public awareness of the illness, many new mothers suffer in silence and shame, believing there are “bad mothers.”
The revised third edition of Overcoming Postpartum Depression and Anxiety is getting good reviews!
“A well-researched, compassionate book that explains the types of mental health problems women may develop during pregnancy and after delivery. The book’s comprehensive treatment information will be helpful to both women suffering from postpartum psychiatric disorders and to healthcare providers who treat them.”
Catherine Cram, M.S., Author
Exercising Through Your Pregnancy
A third edition of Overcoming Postpartum Depression and Anxiety is scheduled for release in July 2016. The author, Linda Sebastian, is an advanced nurse practitioner, who has treated women with postpartum psychiatric disorders for more than thirty years. Postpartum depression is the most common complication of pregnancy and childbirth, yet public awareness about the disorder is seriously lacking. Many new mothers suffer in silence, thinking they are bad mothers.
A new printing of A Patient’s Guide to Dental Implants is off the press and now available.
The book is also available in e-book format.
Phoenix Attorney Marlene Pontrelli, author of Daily Meditations for Healing from Divorce, appeared on Good Morning Arizona. Her new book offers 365 daily meditations for recovering emotionally from a divorce. “There is the legal side of divorce, but there is also an emotional side,” said Pontrelli. “The emotional side can be paralyzing at times; this book offers tools for moving forward.” Pontrelli is also author of Divorce in Arizona, which she co-authored with law partner Robert Schwartz.
The attorney for Brendan Dassey, a teenager convicted of murder in Wisconsin, cites the The Twelfth Victim—The Innocence of Caril Fugate in the Starkweather Murder Rampage, (Addicus Books 2014), as an example of a book with stories about individuals wrongly convicted of murder. (“Seventeen Books on False Confessions.” Read the article here.) Dassey is the nephew of Steven Avery, also convicted of murdering 25-year-old Teresa Halbach. The attorneys for Dassey and Avery lay out their case, claiming the men are innocent, in a 10-part documentary on Netflix. The program, The Making of A Murderer, has been so popular that producers are considering a second season.