From high-asset divorce to international divorce, seven new videos and podcasts on a variety of divorce-related topics are now available on The Divorce School.
Toronto, ON (PRWEB) October 20, 2016
From high-asset divorce to international divorce, seven new videos and podcasts on a variety of divorce-related topics are now available on The Divorce School. Individuals going through the divorce process will benefit from the professional advice provided by our Divorce School faculty members ‒ who are some of the top divorce professionals in North America.
Check out these and many other sessions before the semester ends on December 15.
Complex Issues in High-Asset Divorce Cases
Sonya K. Zeigler ‒ a family lawyer and partner at Stolfe Zeigler, a New Jersey law firm ‒ discusses some of the common issues divorcing parties face when a lot of assets are at stake. Listeners who have a high net worth, own a business, or own numerous assets will gain a deeper understanding of what to expect during the divorce process.
International Divorce: Custody and Jurisdiction
When borders are involved, child custody issues become more complex. John K. Grubb ‒ a family law attorney in Texas ‒ discusses international divorce and family law and outlines the options and rights of parents who do not live in the same country.
Pensions, Retirement Accounts, and Divorce
Carolyn M. Grimes, Jessica L. Leischner, and Rebecca Janet Wade ‒ who practice family law at Wade, Grimes, Friedman, Sutter and Leischner in Virginia ‒ outline everything a divorcing couple needs to know about dividing pensions and retirement accounts this Divorce School video.
Can You Really Mediate a High-Conflict Divorce?
Going to court doesn’t have to be the only option. In this podcast, Hon. Michele F. Lowrance (Ret.) ‒ a family law mediator and attorney in Illinois ‒ helps listeners understand the potential advantages of mediating a high-conflict divorce.
The Divorce Process in Illinois for Financially Complex Cases
Candace L. Meyers ‒ a family law attorney at Boyle Feinberg in Illinois ‒ explains the divorce process for cases where one or both spouses are business owners or have a high net worth. Listeners will find out what to expect while going through the process and what steps to take to protect a business and assets.
Divorce Do’s and Don’ts for Business Owners and High-Net-Worth Individuals
There are special considerations business owners and high-net-worth individuals must keep in mind when going through a divorce. Marta J. Papa ‒ a divorce attorney and mediator in Missouri ‒ outlines the do’s and don’ts and offers advice to those who are looking to protect their assets and their privacy.
Property and Retirement Assets in Florida
Ginger L. Dugan ‒ a family lawyer at All Family Law Group in Florida ‒ answers the most frequently asked questions Florida couples have about the division of property and retirement assets, including real estate, furniture and household items, engagement and wedding rings, pensions, and much more.
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This year, Divorce Magazine and Divorce Marketing Group are celebrating their 20th anniversary of offering support, advice, and guidance to separated and divorced individuals. As part of their anniversary celebrations, they teamed up with DivorcedMoms.com (the Web’s leading resource and community for divorced moms) to launch The Divorce School on April 1, 2016. Practical and transformative, TheDivorceSchool.com offers essential guidance in the form of videos and podcasts from a wide range of leading divorce professionals as well as separated and divorced people. Sessions cover a wide range of topics: legal, financial, emotional, and children’s issues.