Divorces rarely work out perfectly. In the real world, divorcing parents are often in conflict, and arguments are the rule, not the exception. “However, if parents continue to argue after the divorce, Dr. Stahl’s advice will help you avoid the dozen most common mistakes that divorcing parents make — and spare you the emotional and financial damage they can cost you. His 30-point “sample-parenting plan” sets a new standard for families who want to bring order out of the usual chaos of parenting after divorce. The chapter, “What Your Kids Really Think,” is by itself worth the price of the book. This is a powerful, practical book that every divorcing parent should read while there’s still time to insure a secure and healthy future for this children.