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We’ve got a seminar coming up June 23 and July 28.  Divorce Innovations will be presenting a seminar about the nuts and bolts of divorce, with attorneys talking about the law in Georgia.  Marsha Schechtman and Dr. Paul Fair will be talking about parenting plans, communication, and listening skills for people who are going through a divorce.  I’ll be speaking about financial issues.  The biggest part of the seminar is really going to be the attorneys, and it’s part of the kickoff for our new company, Divorce Innovations.

We want to be able to give people general information up front so that they can make better decisions as to which door they’re going to go through – litigation, arbitration, mediation, collaborative divorce, or
the new model that my business partners and I have coined and are calling “Integrated Divorce”.  Information about the seminar schedule is available on Divorce Innovations.  The attorneys will be discussing the legal issues that people need to be aware of when filing for divorce.

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Comment by Cynthia Tiano, Esq. on May 18, 2012 at 1:51pm

Thanks for providing this valuable information to our members and others Robert, it is appreciated!  I have featured it on the main page.  Regards, Cynthia

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