UPDATE: IN-PERSON workshops have resumed!!!
What Everyone Needs to Know About Divorce
And yes, Men do come to the workshop from time to time as it is very educational for ALL attendees.
You may show up the morning of the workshop and pay by cash/check. If you want to pay by credit card, you will have to use the Paypal button below as we do not have a machine to take payments at the door.
2021 is the start of our 16th year!!!!!
What Women Need to Know About Divorce
This workshop is designed as a resource to help attendees take the next step, no matter where they are in the process of untying the knot.
“Second Saturday” deals with the legal, financial, family and personal issues of divorce in a logical, yet compassionate way. With the guidance of trained professionals, workshop participants gain greater understanding of the confusing divorce process.
Our workshops are presented by qualified and experienced:-
- Divorce Attorneys
- Family Counselors
- Financial Advisors
- Family Law Mediators
Time: 8:00 – 8:30a.m. for Registration; Presentation begins at 8:30 a.m.
When: SECOND SATURDAY of each month – 2021 is our 16th year for holding the workshop!!
Cost: $45 in advance, $50 at door per participant.
Where: Riverbend Church in Building 5B
FYI….Riverbend has been generous to donate a room in their Community Campus to hold the workshops. By no means are they supporting or advocating divorce nor is the workshop faith based. WE thank Riverbend Church for their generous donation!
4214 N Capital of Texas Hwy
Austin, TX 78746
We are located at 4214 Capital Of Texas Hwy. N. (Loop 360), on the northwest corner of the intersection with Cedar St.
Pay by cash/check at the door ONLY. If you need to pay by credit card, please use the PayPal button below as we do not have a machine to take payments at the workshop.
Main Topics of Workshop
- The divorce process
- Legal Fees
- Child custody and support
- Protecting yourself legally & financially
- Dealing with a hostile spouse
- Helping your family cope
- Rebuilding self esteem
- Preparing for divorce financially
- Dividing property
- Tax consequences
- Avoiding divorce courts