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April 8, 2017
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April 8, 2017
Heritage Court 207 N Gilbert Rd Suite 209 Gilbert, AZ 85234
Divorce can be one of the biggest, most challenging decisions you will ever make, and you don’t need to make it alone.
SECOND SATURDAY DIVORCE WORKSHOP was designed to help you take the next step, no matter where you are in the process of untying the knot. It provides unbiased information to help you understand all of your options, deal with your emotions, and move forward with your life.
- Explore the legal, financial, psychological and social issues of divorce
- Discover community resources available to help you.
- Talk with other women experiencing similar life changes.
Learn from experts who have guided thousands of women through divorce.
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 and challenging divorce process.
We believe the more information and support women have, the better the decisions they’ll make for themselves and their children, and the more hopeful they can be about the future.
Our mission is to provide education, support and guidance to women in this life transition, helping them move confidently towards independence.
Please tell friends, family, acquaintances and those who work with women about this important resource. Second Saturday was founded in 1988 by the non-profit WIFE.org, The Women’s Institute for Financial Education. Second Saturday has helped thousands of individuals navigate the divorce process, and has raised hundreds of thousands of dollars in scholarships and programs to help women become financially independent. Main topics include:
- The divorce process
- 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