Chicago Divorce Events for August and September 2014
It's back to school time for your kids and you! Thinking about getting a divorce? Going through a divorce? These programs will guide you.
What I Learned In My Divorce
Thursday, August 21st, 6:30 - 8:30pm
No, this is not my story! That is still being written. The Lilac Tree is sponsoring this event!
This is an evening of stories and open conversation from divorced women. Hear how and when they knew their marriage was over, how they went through the process, how their lives are now, and what they learned along the way.
Reservations required and you may pay at the door - $30
Evanston Public Library, 1703 Orrington Avenue, Evanston
Parking at Church Street Self Park multi-story garage at 525 Church Street, northeast corner of Church Street and Chicago Avenue.
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Overcoming the Myths:
$$$ Taking Control of Your Money & Your Future $$$
Thursday, September 11th 2014, 4:30 to 6:30 PM
The East Bank Club
500 N. Kingsbury, Chicago, IL. 60654
Moderator: Larry G. Goldsmith, C.P.A., J.D., C.F.F., and M.A.F.F., is a member of the CJBS Financial Group’s litigation, asset protection and tax practices team. www.cjbs.com
Panelists are dynamic, experienced professionals who are passionate about empowering women to take control of their financial future.
Julie Murphy Casserly, CLU, ChFC, CFP, JMC Wealth Management Inc. Julie is an 18 year veteran of the financial services industry and has often been referred to as a financial healer and visionary. www.JMCWealth.com
Carolyn Leonard, Founder and CEO DyMynd. Carolyn is a serial entrepreneur and was one of the first women to trade at the CBOE. She spent 21 years in the pits before starting DyMynd. www.DyMynd.com
Linda A. Lucatorto, M.Ed., CPC, Divorce Coach and Mediator, mentors clients during the transitions of divorce. She helps clients: learn about their options, set realistic expectations, make solid decisions and prepare for consultations with attorneys. www.oasisexperience.com
Linda told me:
"As women, we often forget all the financial decisions we effectuate. We make most of the health care decisions for our family members and choose the specialists they see. We arrange for child care and make many of the important school decisions for our children, from pre-school to college. We also have crucial input about the purchase of our family cars and household needs. We may even pay the household bills. Although we are always making financial decisions for others, most of us don’t feel we are financially savvy. It is time to bust that myth!
I hope you can join Larry, Julie, Carolyn and me on September 11th at the lovely East Bank Club. De-stress after the work day and join us for interesting and thought provoking discussion, food, drink, networking and camaraderie!"
Please RSVP to Linda at 630-887-0374 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Parenting After Divorce
September 11, 2014, 7pm
Location: Madame ZuZu's Tea Shop and Art Studio, 582 Roger Williams Ave, Highland Park
Buy tickets at tribunation.com/events
Chicago Tribune columnists Heidi Stevens and Jennifer Weigel will talk about the shifting issues surrounding divorce, co-parenting and blended families. Topics will include ways to create new structure for yourself and your family following divorce as well as ways to shield your children from the inevitable tensions. Tea and desserts will be available and attendees are encouraged to share their experiences.
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