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Divorce preparedness workshop in Kelowna

November 13, 2013 - 12:41 PM

On Sunday November 24, 2013 at the Kelowna Public Library, a much-needed 1-day informational Divorce Preparedness Workshop called Building A New Way Forward begins in Kelowna.

This workshop provides participants with clear information for what lies ahead in the process of separation, divorce, and beyond - empowering them to make better decisions with far less stress in moving forward.

Program Spokesman, Mel Clifford says,“People going through separation and divorce don’t often know what choices they have available to them or how to deal with stressful emotions and end up making poor decisions. These decisions can cause unnecessary suffering for many years afterward. We would like to help them prevent that. While our workshop speakers, among which include a local Family Law lawyer, are not offering legal advice, this seminar is a must for anyone contemplating or going through separation and divorce.”

Topics covered in this 1-Day program include:

* How Mediation Works            * Relationship Factors/Dynamics

* Managing Stress                    * Divorce Documentation

* Financial Allocations              * A Lawyer's Perspective

* Managing A New Budget      * Building A New Way Forward

Building A New Way Forward is a multi-speaker 5-hour workshop beginning Sunday November 24 at 10:30AM.

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