Being organized and thoroughly prepared before entering the legal arena for those divorcing is a must to avoid costly mistakes.
Dothan, AL (PRWEB) February 29, 2012
Divorce Tool Box founder, Audrey Silcox, who is an expert divorce coach, certified as a mediator in two state Supreme Courts, will be a featured speaker at the upcoming Divorce Expo in Detroit, Michigan. More than fifty top industry experts, along with more than 100 vendors and exhibitors, will gather at the Suburban Collection Showplace, on March 24-25, 2012. In her speech, Ms. Silcox will present important information about the need to become focused and organized before entering the legal arena. She will cite examples from her 16 years experience which demonstrate how advance preparation would have made—and then did make—enormous difference in the emotional and financial outcomes.
The Divorce Expo is being touted as the world’s largest lifestyle event and the first industry-wide event for all professional services concerning separation and divorce for both women and men. Divorce experts will inform and educate attendees who are contemplating divorce as well as those who are already divorced and dealing with post-divorce issues such as co-parenting. Sessions will include topics related to legal, financial, career, health, relationship, and personal wellbeing. Ms. Silcox will be taking part in the personal wellbeing sessions on Saturday, March 24, 2012. She will share her expertise on why and how individuals must become organized and prepared before they enter the legal arena if they plan to build a future of no regrets. Staying focused and in control during divorce proceedings avoids current and future costly mistakes. Ms. Silcox will be sharing tools for those contemplating divorce and those now involved in divorce proceedings so they may become thoroughly prepared to make informed decisions that can spare further hassles and heartaches.
Ms. Silcox brings her expertise as a divorce expert from working with the judicial system and in private practice since 1996. Silcox, herself a divorced mother of two teenagers, has worked with divorcing couples as a counselor, coach, divorce educator, and mediator. A graduate of Auburn University at Montgomery, Alabama, with a Bachelor of Science degree in psychology and a M.Ed. degree in counseling, she is a Certified Divorce and Family mediator with credentials from two state Supreme Courts.
Ms. Silcox is the founder of Divorce Tool Box which helps guide individuals and couples through the emotional and practical considerations of divorce before they incur many hours of legal fees. “With emotions often at an all-time high, couples facing divorce may not be as concentrated and focused in grappling with important decisions that they and their children will have to live with for years afterward,” Silcox says. She adds, “I wish I’d had professional coaching before I went through my own divorce and custody issues. There are certainly some arrangements I would have done differently, and in my work, I’ve certainly seen many examples of the benefits derived from pre-divorce decision-making.” To provide those benefits, Ms. Silcox founded Divorce Tool Box which offers online and telephone divorce coaching 24/7.
The Divorce Expo is produced by Christine McQueen and Joost Allard. This first-annual event is projected to attract more than 8,000 consumers who will learn from top industry experts from across the U.S. in fields such as legal, financial, career, health, relationships, co-parenting, dating, and personal care. The $35 cost of admission for both days includes all seminars, complimentary spa treatments, and over 100 exhibits.
Audrey Silcox offers her 16-year expertise through her new company, Divorce Tool Box, which provides telephone and online divorce coaching for individuals or couples contemplating or currently undergoing divorce. Custody parenting plans, assets and liabilities, division of property, money matters, along with emotional support are some of the issues she addresses in customized, confidential, and convenient phone and online sessions to help people make wise decisions before they enter the legal arena. This guidance can help ease a difficult process as well as save countless hours and costs in legal fees, not to mention major regrets down the road. Appointments with Ms. Silcox can be made 24 hours a day by phone at (251)639-5788, or online at http://www. DivorceToolBox.com.