Divorce workshop returns to Kelowna

On Saturday January 18, 2014 at the Kelowna Public Library, the successful 1-day informational Divorce Preparedness Workshop called Building A New Way Forward is happening again.

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.

"We're thrilled with the incredible turnout we had at our debut event in Kelowna last November," Program Spokesman, Mel Clifford says. "The response was overwhelmingly positive. Our mission is to help people going through separation and divorce get the information they need to make better decisions and prevent any unnecessary suffering that could occur from being uninformed. While our workshop presenters, 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. Also, as an added plus, our featured presenter is Trent Janisch - author of the Amazon #1 Bestseller 3 Steps to Better Relationships.”  

Topics covered in this 1-Day program include:

* How Mediation Works            * Relationship Factors/Dynamics

* Importance of Mindset           * 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 1-day workshop happening

from 10am-4pm on

Saturday January 18, 2014 at the Kelowna Public Library

Attendees must PRE-REGISTER ONLINE at BuildingANewWayForward.com.

For public information and registration for the event, visit www.BuildingANewWayForward.com


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