DIVORCE TALKS – GREY DIVORCEEva Sachs
For many people, the thought of divorce is overwhelming. Not surprising when you consider that almost all married people centre their lives around their spouse, their children and their home. Divorce changes all of that. It depends on how you approach the situation, who you talk to, and how motivated you are to protect the dignity, integrity and long term interests of your family.
Divorce Talks is a series of live sessions for people who are thinking about, or in the process of, getting a divorce. Mutual Solutions, an association between Eva Sachs and Marion Korn, a family law lawyer, hosts every Divorce Talks session. These sessions help someone considering separation gain an understanding of the decisions they will need to make, and how to move to a positive outcome for everyone. Knowing what must happen, what can happen, and what your options are will make a huge difference in the outcome for you and your family.
Our next Divorce Talks session is Tues July 17th where we will be discussing the unique issues for couples separating later in life. For the new generation of ”empty – nesters”, divorce is increasingly common. Though overall divorce rates have declined since spiking in the 1980s, there has been a rise in “grey divorce”. The issues are significantly different for someone in their 50’s or older than someone in their 30’s or 40’s.
If you or someone you know, is considering a divorce, join us for a conversation. Eva and Marion will talk about the things that matter the most when thinking about separation and divorce – finances, kids, and your future.
For details, go to http://mutualsolutions.ca/divorce-talk/
Posted: July 17th, 2012 under Estate Planning, Finance, Financial Planning, General, Personal Finance.
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