Submitted by: Liane Geoffrion, MNO citizen

Liane Geoffrion
MNO citizen Liane Geoffrion. (Photo taken by: Todd
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Every cloud has a silver lining, and for Métis Nation of Ontario (MNO) citizen Liane Geoffrion, that would be the publishing of her first book entitled, Divorce Prep: Self-Help Guide.

The guide is a collection of practical advice and information Liane wishes she would have known during her own divorce and is aimed at individuals either getting ready to leave a marriage or who know they will be left behind by a controlling spouse.

Through personal examples, Liane explains how to avoid, prevent, and minimize the many problems of a difficult divorce. The guide includes information on how to meet with a lawyer, what questions to ask, what to look for in financial documents, and where to go for help. It also provides a list of resources including agencies, counseling services, and government and legal websites.

Liane feels strongly that individuals who are well-informed, know their rights, and are self-sufficient can be spared the consequences of leaving a destructive relationship unprepared.

Liane shows no signs of slowing down and is already scheduled to publish her second novel, Joyfulness At Last, in 2017.

For more information on Liane and her novels, please visit

Published on: December 6, 2016