What Every Woman Needs to Know Before by Lois G. Forer
(And After She Gets Involved With Men & Money)

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Rich in examples from the author's lifetime of experience as a lawyer defending women, and trying civil, family, and criminal cases, this book shows women how to protect themselves when they get involved with men, money, property, and legal affairs--situations where they are traditionally at a disadvantage.
 

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Published February 1, 1994 by Rawson Assoc. 288 pages
Genres: Self Help, Education & Reference, Law & Philosophy. Non-fiction

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According to Philadelphia attorney Forer, women need not be bested by men, either in or out of the courtroom, if they follow the Five Commandments of successful living: ``Protect thyself,'' ``Anticipa

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According to Philadelphia attorney Forer, women need not be bested by men, either in or out of the courtroom, if they follow the Five Commandments of successful living: ``Protect thyself,'' ``Anticipate disaster,'' ``Act on thy best judgment,'' ``Wear a velvet glove over an iron hand'' and ``Mone...

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