Every Other Weekend
Every Other Weekend is a contemporary divorce novel, both funny and poignant, which includes a courtroom drama and a millennial polyamorous girlfriend. Set in the politically progressive, urban, and notably self-satisfied community of Greenwood, the story centers around forty-ish hipster dad Jake, and unfolds from multiple points of view, including those of other family members, both human and canine, Jake’s self-absorbed divorce lawyer, a cranky family court judge who presides over his custody case, and various choruses of friends and neighbors who gossip, dissect and weigh in.
Keeping it Civil
In her 2013 book, Keeping It Civil: The Case of the Pre-Nup and The Porsche & Other True Accounts from the Files of a Family Lawyer, Margaret Klaw gives us insights into these hot-button issues in a whole new way. Presenting true cases from her busy family law practice, Klaw draws us into these provocative societal issues through the lens of ordinary people seeking counsel and provides a fascinating window into sweeping changes in the way we define families today.