With more than 40 sessions on a wide range of topics, there will be something that meets everyone's needs.
Toronto, ON (PRWEB) September 22, 2016
After a successful spring semester, The Divorce School is returning for a second semester this fall. Starting on October 1, brand-new videos and podcasts will be available along with previous favorites.
Introducing Hon. Michele F. Lowrance (Ret.) as the Dean of The Divorce School
The Divorce School is excited to have Hon. Michele F. Lowrance (Ret.) as the Dean. With more than four decades of experience as a family lawyer and judge, Judge Lowrance now applies her unique problem-solving abilities to mediating family law issues. A child of divorce and divorced herself, she brings a personal perspective to her Divorce School sessions. “I am thrilled and honored to be the Dean of The Divorce School. I look forward to contributing to the school’s mission of helping people make better choices during their divorce,” said Lowrance.
Here are some of the new sessions lined up so far:
Mid- to High-Net-Worth Divorce: Know Your Options in Georgia
In Georgia, couples can get divorced through private mediation or in court with a judge or jury. Emily Brenner – a trial and family lawyer, mediator, and nationally certified psychologist – discusses the pros and cons of these options for couples with a mid to high net worth as well as how to prepare for divorce.
The Advantages of Collaborative Law
Vera Bergermann, the managing attorney of Bergermann Law Firm in Florida, outlines this alternative option couples have for settling their case. In her video, she discusses the difference between collaborative law and regular family law, who is involved in the process, and the benefits of taking the collaborative route.
Why You Need a Financial Expert on Your Divorce Team
Dianne Nolin – a CFP® and CDP, as well as the first vice president and a wealth manager at Blisk Financial Group in Virginia – brings more than 20 years of experience in financial planning to her divorce cases. She uses her knowledge to outline the reasons why divorcing individuals should involve a financial expert in the divorce process.
Child Custody in Florida
In her podcast, Ginger L. Dugan – an attorney at All Family Law Group, P.A. in Florida – answers some of the most frequently asked questions about child custody in Florida, including how a court decides who gets custody; the different types of custody arrangements available; what age a child can decide which parent he/she wants to live with; and much more.
Financial Divorce 101: FAQs About Managing Money During Divorce
With more than 20 years of experience as a New Jersey independent financial advisor and Certified Divorce Financial Analyst®, John P. Cito uses his expertise to discuss the ins and outs of managing finances during the divorce process – including the most common financial mistakes people make; differences between marital property and separate property; and considerations for someone hoping to keep the marital home.
Military Divorce: Issues for Servicemembers and Spouses
Carolyn M. Grimes, Jessica L. Leischner, and Rebecca Janet Wade – family lawyers at Wade, Grimes, Friedman, Sutter & Leischner, PLLC in Virginia – combine their experience in handling military and foreign service divorces in their Divorce School podcast. Listeners will gain a deeper understanding of what’s involved in military divorces – from jurisdictional issues to child custody to retirement.
Latest Research on the Impact of Divorce on Children
Divorce affects children in many different ways. Marta J. Papa – a divorce attorney and mediator in Missouri – discusses the latest research on the effects of divorce on children, especially in high-conflict cases. She also explains the steps parents can take to help their children deal with the divorce.
Why People Behave Badly During Divorce – And How to Make Better Choices
Having a healthy divorce is possible, and Pegotty Cooper – a Certified Divorce Coach and president of Divorce Coaching, Inc. in Florida – explains how. She provides her insight into why some people behave badly, including being unreasonable or out of control, and provides advice on how to improve a difficult situation.
John K. Grubb – a family law attorney and founder of a leading law firm in Texas – discusses some of the special issues same-sex couples may face during divorce, answering the most common questions about the process. Although Grubb focuses on Texas family law, this podcast will benefit any individual who is considering or going through a same-sex divorce.
With more than 40 sessions on a wide range of topics, there will be something that meets everyone's needs. The fall semester will run from October 1 to December 15.
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