I Never Saw My Father Again: The Divorce Court Effect
Joryn explains how to avoid the destruction of the divorce court process, recounting actual events as she witnessed them unfold.
Beginning with the story of her own parents’ divorce, in I Never Saw My Father Again, Joryn Jenkins, a 35-year divorce attorney, illustrates with true stories how personal choices impact how people end their marriages: with dignity and self-respect, or with hatred and virtual bloodshed. Like War or Peace, Joryn’s first book about the long lasting effects of the traditional courtroom divorce, I Never Saw My Father Again is a must-read for anyone contemplating divorce. Everyone has heard the horror stories; few know how to avoid them. In both books, Joryn demonstrates how to avoid the lasting effects of the destruction caused by the divorce court process, recounting actual events as she witnessed them unfold, both the divorce wars fought in the courtroom, as well as the peaceful divorces negotiated at the conference table, and revealing the alternatives, so that the lay reader can make his own informed choices.