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How to Close your “Marriage Chapter” and Prepare for Better Things to Come
December 1, 2022 at 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm ESTFree
NOTE: The recording of this webinar can be found on our Resources page.
Join us to learn more about how you can turn a failed marriage into a separation success story.
About This Webinar
Tamara Scarowsky, a collaborative divorce lawyer, and Suzanne Winlove-Smith, a Family Mediator and a Divorce and Relationship Coach, will discuss how to have a smooth separation process and how to plan for a successful “Plan B”.
- The scientific reason any rational person can fall victim to ‘divorce crazy’ and what you can do to prevent it
- What happens to your kids during the divorce process and how you can best support them
- The biggest reason people do not get the results they are hoping for after divorce
- How to avoid the triggers that can cause your divorce to spiral out of control
This Webinar is presented by Collaborative Divorce Ottawa, a not-for-profit association of skilled and caring professionals that work with families through separation or divorce to foster a non-adversarial settlement process that effectively addresses what really matters, keeping children at the centre and building a healthy and sustainable future.
Suzanne Winlove-Smith is a Family Mediator, a Divorce & Relationship Coach. For over a decade she has worked in numerous Court systems throughout Eastern Ontario as the Court appointed Onsite Family Mediator and is the presenter for first court attendees and the M.I.P. family court presentations. She has completed a Graduate Degree Program in Conflict Resolution at Carleton University in the Department of Law for Mediation, and is an Accredited Family Mediator with the Ontario Association for Family Mediation. Learn more about Suzanne at www.thecleandivorce.com/about.
Tamara is a collaborative family law lawyer and the founder of Forward Family Law. Tamara is on the Board of Directors of Collaborative Divorce Ottawa. She is also a speaker and educator on various topics related to family law, access to justice, and trauma-informed practice. Learn more about Tamara at www.forwardfamilylaw.ca.