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Every Single Girl’s Guide to Her Future Husband’s Last Divorce

For the 5th year in a row I am so honored to have my first book listed as one of the Top 10 Marriage books in America. This book has stood the test of time, with timeless content that can ensure your happily ever after. Enjoy!

The one thing missing from most wedding planning checklists is so crucial, it could break your bank account, break up your marriage, and it might even end up breaking you. Though you may want to pretend that your future husband’s ex-wife doesn’t exist, if you don’t get real and get educated about their divorce, the details and terms of it
could wreak havoc on your marriage.

I didn’t write this book to discourage you from getting married. I was the second wife to a great guy. But believe me, I was grateful I had put all of my ducks in a row before I said, “I do,” because when we did divorce, it was peaceful, amicable, and we both have 100% overlapping custody of our son. Something the courts had never seen.

The number one cause of divorce is financial conflict. You need a map, guidebook, and compass in order to plot a course through the potentially stormy financial waters of marrying a divorced man. This book is all of that, and more.

Every Single Girl’s Guide to Her Future Husband’s Last Divorcegives you an all access pass to the world of second marriages. By the time you finish this book, you will know what to ask, where to look for information, and whenever possible, how to right the wrongs perpetrated by the ex-wife’s divorce lawyer. We’ll get down to the nitty-gritty sharing practical steps you can take to protect yourself and your new family.

So set that seating chart aside, postpone the meeting with your wedding planner, and put your financial security at the top of that to-do list. Then, when it comes time to carry that bouquet, you can walk that aisle with more confidence than a runway model at fashion week! (Except you’ll be smiling.)

About the Author: Award winning filmmaker and unabashed author Adryenn Ashley achieves the impossible: using laugh-out-loud humor she delivers essential financial and legal information so effectively, you actually get it. A Certified Divorce Financial Analyst, Certified Asset Protection Specialist, and Forensic Accountant, Ashley breaks down complicated financial issues, empowering women to take crucial steps toward their own financial health.

So brides-to-be, put down your Modern Bride Magazine for just a moment, and lay your “what-ifs” to rest. The first installment of Adryenn Ashley’s series of financial advice books for women, “Every Single Girl’s Guide to Her Future Husband’s Last Divorce,” is a must read for the girl marrying the divorced guy.

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  1. Profile photo of Rachel
    November 2, 2014

    This sounds like a great book. Fortunately, I don’t need it and I’m confident I never will. But I might recommend this friends who are marrying someone who was married before. I think this is a much needed topic for a book!

  2. Profile photo of jdroc
    October 31, 2014

    Yes, I think both genders could use the information from this book. Every breakup doesn’t have to be a war with the other person. It never ceases to amaze how two people can be so in love, then don’t want anything to do with the other after the breakup.

  3. Profile photo of Rhoda D'Ettore
    October 31, 2014

    I think this was an interesting book concept because usually men do not want to talk about anything–let alone a past relationship that failed. They often see the failed relationship as their own failure. Another reason is that they feel as though it was in the past and not important. I accidentally dated a man who was still legally married but separated. When I asked him why he lied about having already divorced, he said “that part of my life is over, why bring it up.”

    This might seem like a plausible excuse for a man, but for a woman? She wants to know all of the W’s and H and how it will affect them. This book is awesome!

  4. Profile photo of Scott
    October 19, 2014

    That book sounds like it would come in handy for more than just the future second wife. Men might want to take a gander at it too. Hmm, people do tend to overlook old relationships that their partners had.


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