If you are contemplating divorce or already knee-deep in the process, this 2.5 hour educational workshop is for you. Chances are, you are overwhelmed and can't seem to find the right answers to your specific questions about the divorce process. Your friends tell you one thing and your family tells you another. But the only way to get through one of the most difficult events of your life is to be empowered with the information you need to make informed decisions.
Who gets the house? Will I get child support and alimony? How does the new tax law impact alimony in 2019? Am I entitled to half of my spouse's retirement even though I never worked? Can a pension be divided? Am I going to be financially okay after the divorce?
You have so many questions and we have all the answers. Our workshop will focus on the legal, emotional and financial issues commonly encountered in the divorce process. Our Family Law attorneys discuss your options with regards to which process you should choose - litigation, collaborative or mediation, as well as explaining the law when it comes to support issues like child support, family support and alimony.
Our experienced Divorce Coaches discuss the emotional roadblocks you will experience and offer ways on how to handle them. Family issues like how to tell the children or how to continue relationships with grandparents and in-laws are also addressed.
Our Divorce Financial Experts discuss the different types of assets commonly divided in divorce along with the potential pitfalls and tax issues that can arise. What are your options with the marital home - do you keep, sell or buyout? We'll lay it all out for you!
Why do we do this workshop? Because we are a group of divorce professionals who strongly believe that when people are educated and informed about their specific situations, they are better prepared to make the important decisions that are best for them and their family.
We are North Shore Collaborative Divorce. Please visit our website Northshorecollaborativedivorce.com.
The only way to empower yourself with accurate information is to hear it directly from the experts - those divorce professionals who focus solely on working with divorcing spouses.