Addicus Books has signed two attorneys for the forthcoming book, Divorce in New Hampshire. The authors are Dana Prescott, Esq., a partner with the law firm Prescott, Jamieson, and Murphy, LCC, in Saco, Maine, and Jessica Ecker, an attorney with Weibrecht and Ecker in Dover, New Hampshire. The book is scheduled for release in early 2021.
Another book in the Addicus divorce series if off the press. Divorce in Pennsylvania—The Legal Process, Your Rights, and What to Expect is now available. The author, Karen Ulmer Pendergast, Esq., practices family law in Langhorne, Pennsylvania.
Addicus Books was featured in a recent article in the trade journal, The Independent, a publication of the Independent Book Publisher’s Association. The article, which discussed selling rights to a book, quoted Addicus publisher Rod Colvin. He said, “Over the past four years, we have sold the rights to our book, Divorce in Nebraska, to thirty attorneys in thirty states. Each of those attorneys has customized the book to fit the laws in their state.” Colvin added, “We have been most pleased with the success of the project, and we’ve had excellent feedback from the authors.”
Photos from the article are shown below.
Left: Nebraska attorneys Susan Ann Koenig and Angela Dunn.
Middle: Arizona attorneys Jerry Schwartz and Marlene Pontrelli.
Right: In New York, attorney David Stutman (center).
Another book, Divorce in Texas, is off to press. The author is attorney Jim Mueller of Dallas. Other books in progress in the divorce series include: Divorce in Pennsylvania by Karen Ulmer Pendergast, Langhorne, PA; Divorce in Minnesota by Brian Sobel, Minneapolis, MN; Divorce in Idaho by Craig Marcus, Boise, ID; and Divorce in South Carolina by Ben Stevens, Spartanburg, SC.
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.
Arizona attorney Marlene Pontrelli knows the emotional toll a divorce can take on individuals. In her new book, Daily Meditations for Healing from Divorce, she offers 365 daily meditations, aimed at helping those who are divorcing with recover from emotionally and spiritual from the pain that often comes with the death of a relationship.