March 12, 2011 River BaNC (TM), Separation and Divorce Workshop
Saturday, March 12, 2011 from 8:00 AM to 1:15 PM (EST)
What River BaNC Attendees Are Saying:
"Wow. What a great workshop format for individuals who are trying to educate themselves on the various aspects of separating and/or divorce. The environment was awesome, and a really great selection of presenters.”
"I learned so much from all the speakers. I feel better about my situation, knowing that I am not alone.”
"I will absolutely recommend this program.”
“Empowering! The best $30 I ever spent! So worth it!”
“I will attend again to reinforce what I have learned. Thank you.”
If separation or divorce might be just around the bend in your personal river of life, our River BaNC (TM) Separation and Divorce Workshop can help. You do not need to go through this process alone. And if it is overwhelming for you right now, consider asking a friend to attend with you.
Our knowledgeable and compassionate professionals from the legal, financial,
counseling, coaching and real estate industries will share information with you to help you understand the process of divorce and what your next steps might be. With this information, you can begin to formulate your personal plan.
Each workshop has a different focus. On March 12th, in addition to covering the basic legal/financial/emotional aspects of divorce, we will concentrate on the mediation process, parenting do's and don'ts during divorce, and creating your ideal self using an intentional change model. Solid knowledge leads to better choices. Solid knowledge is what this seminar is all about.
When: Mar 12, Separation & Divorce 101 Workshop River BaNC
Registration at 8 AM; Program runs from 8:25 AM to 1:15 PM
Where: Long and Foster Realtors Training Room, 46191 Westlake
Drive, Sterling, VA, 20165.
Cost: $30/pre-registered; $40/door; $15/returning attendees
What will be covered:
Legal/Mediation Aspects: Craig E. White, Esq., a principal with Sevila, Saunders, Huddleston & White, P.C., in Leesburg, Virginia, will cover the legal aspects of divorce as well as the mediation process. Mr. White practices in all aspects of family law, including but not limited to divorce, equitable distribution of property, support, and custody. He has also been a mediator for family law matters since 2005. He has been named a 'Legal Elite' by the magazine Virginia Business (Family Law) (December 2004, 2006, 2008 and 2009). Mr. White has also received a peer review rating of AV from Martindale-Hubbell, its highest rating for skill and ethics. He has been named a "Super Lawyer" for the Washington, D.C. area and the Commonwealth of Virginia for Family Law (2006-2009) and listed as a "Top Divorce Lawyer" in Washingtonian magazine for 2009.
Financial Aspects: Michael C. Mattison, ChFEBC, a registered representative since 1996, is an advisory associate with Centaurus Financial, Inc. Mike has trained more than 2,000 financial professionals across the country. A nationally recognized public speaker on financial planning, Mike maintains the designation of Chartered Federal Employee Benefits Consultant. Mike will talk about the financial aspects of divorce, including how to create budgets for two households, and how to approach asset division in a divorce situation.
Aspects: Nina K.
Flowers, LPC, MEd., of Counseling Solutions, Inc., provides
psychotherapy services for adults, adolescents, and children through individual,
family, and couples counseling. She has particular expertise in counseling those who are
coping with their own or a family members’ abuse, mood or anxiety disorders,
relationship or self-esteem concerns, ADD/ADHD and other disorders. Her
primary theoretical orientations are Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy and Play
Therapy. Nina will discuss the "Do's and Don'ts of Parenting During
Life & Executive Coach: Tony Bond, MBA, MPOD, founder of Bond Coaching and Consulting, draws on his knowledge and experience gained from leadership positions with a Fortune 75 company, coaching and consulting with organizations in the U.S. and abroad and work with individual clients. As a transitions coach focusing on helping individuals make desired changes that lead to sustainable results, Tony will talk about “Creating Your Ideal Self” through use of the
intentional change model.
Real Estate Aspects: Jan Drew, with Long and Foster Realtors, has over a decade of residential real estate experience in this area. Having been divorced after being a stay at home mom for many years, Jan is familiar with the challenges of having to retrain and restart a career while going through the personal turmoil that divorce brings.
Please help us spread the word about this important community resource. We have found that
oftentimes our friends and colleagues are facing separation or divorce, and we don't have a clue. By letting your network know about this resource, either by forwarding this registration link or by directing them to www.EverChangingRiver.com, you may help your
friends and not even be aware of it. That is okay. The point
is you are helping others simply by spreading the word.
River BaNC and River Chat programs are intended for informational purposes only. They do not constitute legal, financial, emotional, real estate or mortgage advice or counseling. You should seek the advice of qualified legal, financial, psychological, real estate, mortgage, and any other necessary professionals regarding your own individual situation outside of any Ever Changing River, LLC program.
When & Where
Ever Changing River, LLC
Ever Changing River, LLC is a place to go to gain knowledge, support and resources if separation or divorce might be in your future, or perhaps in a friend's future. First, knowledge. Attend one of our programs. Browse our website, including our Your Professionals and our Resources pages. Being at our website, or attending one of our programs, does not mean you will divorce. It means that if you do ultimately decide to divorce, you will be better equipped to make the best choices for you and your family.
Visit our website at www.EverChangingRiver.com