Divorce Options®  Webinar

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Divorce Options® Webinar

A FREE informational webinar open to those who want to learn more about the process of divorce.

By Collaborative Practice East Bay

When and where

Date and time

September 15, 2018 · 9am - December 13 · 6pm PDT


ONLINE ZOOM Please Register at Least 24 Hours Before Event You will be emailed a Zoom invitation Zoom, CA 94612

Refund Policy

Contact the organizer to request a refund.

About this event

An informational webinar open to those who want to learn more about the process of divorce.

  • Hear how mediation, collaboration and other alternatives compare to litigation, from a divorce lawyer, a financial advisor and a family counselor.
  • Understand the legal, financial, psychological and social issues of divorce.
  • Learn how to talk about divorce with your children.
  • Learn from experts who have guided other people through divorce.
  • Discover community resources available to help you.
  • Divorce Options® workshops are open to all individuals and couples in California, who are contemplating separation or divorce:
  • whether married, domestic partners or cohabiting
  • whether same or opposite gender
  • with or without children

Pre-registration at least 24 hours before event

Attendees will be emailed a Zoom invitation before the event.

Seminar details:

  • You may attend with or without your spouse.
  • No child care, and children are not allowed to attend these adult topics. 
  • Currently offered by Webinar only during Covid-19 protocol
  • You may attend this seminar in any California county, and receive similar information. For more information please visit: divorceoptionsinfo.org

For questions about the program:

Call 925-943-7456

Website: http://www.collaborativepracticeeastbay.com

Email: divorceoptions.eastbay@gmail.com

About the organizer

A professional practice group in Alameda and Contra Costa Counties comprised of attorneys, mental health professionals and financial specialists assisting people through their divorce process with an emphasis on out-of-court solutions.