Whether you are thinking about a divorce or in the middle of one, you will learn how to avoid the common legal, financial, and personal pitfalls of divorce. This workshop has been the nation’s most trusted divorce education workshop for over 25 years.
Each class is taught by a team of qualified professionals, including a lawyer, a certified financial planner/divorce financial analyst, and a personal coach or therapist with possible other guest speakers.
Yes, absolutely. The ideal situation is where both parties desire an equitable settlement, and, just as important, agree on what an equitable settlement looks like. The legal and emotional issues are pertinent to all divorces, no matter how smooth or rough the going is.
Yes, you are both welcome. Other leaders have told us that even in the most cooperative divorce, it is sometimes best for the divorcing parties to come to separate sessions of the class. It allows more freedom to phrase questions without having to worry about how your spouse will hear them, or react to them. Divorce is a process of preparing you to move forward into a single life, no matter how amiable it is, we want you to be free to ask any question. On the other hand, having both spouses hear exactly the same thing at the same time may be a benefit. So, your call. Whichever is most comfortable for both of you is what should determine whether you come to the same class or to different ones.
Yes. By having an interdisciplinary team presenting, we are able to share expertise and provide helpful information for all aspects of divorce.
Congratulations, you’ve built your team! This class is not intended to take the place of any advisors you have. It is an opportunity to get a comprehensive overview of the legal, financial and emotional issues and their integration in the divorce process at a very low cost. Can you imagine the cost of hiring your entire team for a four hour session?