CSG’s Susan Reach Winters Releases Book, That Will Never Happen to Us

Chiesa Shahinian & Giantomasi PC (“CSG”) is pleased to announce the release of That Will Never Happen to Us, a book by Susan Reach Winters, Chair of the firm’s Family Law Group.

Drawing upon her decades of experience as a matrimonial attorney, Susan delivers practical, preemptive guidance in the book pertaining to the complications that often arise in marriage. It is a must-read for those considering marriage, as well as for parents planning to share their wealth with a child who is getting married – offering countless tips, strategies and other insights into the gamut of financial, emotional and familial considerations that must go into a successful and lasting relationship.

“You cannot imagine how many people have showed up for a consultation for a divorce saying they thought that this would never happen to them. The points these clients shared about what they wished they had known has helped me personally and professionally, and I have done my best to pass on this wisdom to others,” says Winters in her preface. “This book compiles more than three decades of insight on how to get a marriage off to the best possible start, avoid and resolve conflict in healthy and intelligent ways, and protect yourself from the worst-case scenario – a reality for more than half of American marriages.”

As a divorce lawyer practicing for more than thirty-five years, Winters has developed an innovative team approach to addressing the legal, financial and emotional ramifications that come with divorce – combining the expertise of therapists, financial advisors and attorneys to help her clients through their prenup and divorce negotiations and to create fulfilling lives after their marriages end.

A thought leader in family law, she is a co-author of Thomson West’s New Jersey Family Law and Practice with Forms, Vols. 10-12, a three-volume, comprehensive, yet practical, guide to family law statutes and procedures in New Jersey. Additionally, she co-authored Domestic Relations—Legal Forms, which deals with the transactional aspects of family law and contains extensive forms and analysis, including tax analysis, marital settlement agreements, child custody and child support, spousal support, and prenuptial agreements.

A graduate of Seton Hall Law School and Rutgers University, Winters is a Florida Supreme Court Certified Family Mediator and is admitted to practice in New Jersey.

To schedule a complementary consultation, please contact Susan Reach Winters at swinters@csglaw.com.

Contact marketing@csglaw.com to request a copy of Susan’s book.

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