This book explains simply and clearly the various legal procedures which govern marriage and divorce amongst different religious communities. Divorce is a traumatic affair, not only for the couple concerned and their children; often even their respective parents, brothers and sisters get dragged into a messy, bitter and prolonged dispute. Then, too, rarely do divorce seekers realise what all it involves; typically lawyers don't give you the full picture right in the beginning and even if they do, the implications don't always sink in.
This book is essential reading for anyone who may be contemplating marriage or divorce. It is equally useful for marriage counsellors and social workers for the clear perspective it offers about the options and legal rights pertaining to marriage and divorce - minus all the daunting legal jargon.