Chicago Divorce Events for April 2014

Some Chicago divorce events for  April 2014:

April 9th [Wednesday]:

Managing Stress and Dealing with Difficult People
Time: 7:00 - 9:00 p.m.

http://www.oasisexperience.com/day_seminars.htm

Cost: $35 for one seminar, $65 for two seminars, $95 for all three seminars. Advanced payment and registration necessary. Please download reservation form. Winter/Spring 2014 Seminar registration form.

All seminars held at Two Mid America Plaza, Suite 800, Oakbrook Terrace, IL 60181

The stress of divorce can adversely affect your health. Nationally Certified, Licensed Massage Therapist Andrea Banke will speak about the importance of self-care. Learn simple practices that can be done in a few minutes, on a daily basis. Build resiliency and realize health benefits to help you through difficult times. (MELTWELL.com)

Psychotherapist, Patricia Cunningham, LCPC, (www.questclinicalservices.com) will help you indentify difficult personality types, understand their needs and learn a variety of ways to better deal with them. Do you have someone in your life that is: 1) aggressive 2) self-absorbed 3) passive or refuses to communicate 4) manipulative?

April 23rd [Wednesday]:

Everything Financial: Realities of Divorce
Time: 7:00 - 9:00 p.m.

http://www.oasisexperience.com/day_seminars.htm

Cost: $35 for one seminar, $65 for two seminars, $95 for all three seminars. Advanced payment and registration necessary. Please download reservation form. Winter/Spring 2014 Seminar registration form.

Certified Divorce Financial Analyst, Connie Walsh, CFP, (www.yourfinancialdivorce.com) will discuss the realities of divorce. Learn about spousal support; child support; the division of property and assets; debt and how retirement funds and pensions will factor into your divorce. How does your budget/cash flow affect your divorce? Will you be able to live comfortably after divorce? Planning for your long term stability is of utmost concern during and after divorce.

 

Please note that between posts I send  frequent tweets to my Twitter account: DivorceChicagoStyle.

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    I filed for a divorce in 2003. I had no idea that TWELVE years on, that I would still be in divorce-related litigation. There have been two [each 20 days!] trials, an appellate court decision affirming the original trial decision, numerous other hearings, depositions and more. A second appellate court decision is pending. I write from the woman's point of view. The spouse who stayed home and raised the children, the one who gave up a career. When first married, I worked as a law librarian and do have a law degree but never practiced. Having that law degree has given me insights into the often mysterious ways of the legal system, especially in Cook County. Recently I have reactivated my law license, and became an Enrolled Agent [a license given by the IRS after taking a series of tests]. I currently work for a not-for-profit organization that prepares tax returns for low income clients for free. Please share your experiences or ask me questions. Email me at divorcechicagostyle@gmail.com Follow me on Twitter @DivorceChicagoS for articles and and news about divorce from around the country.

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