Making a Brilliant Exit:
Join us at SecSat for info, insight and support ...
especially if separation and/or divorce is on your mind.
Next Session: Sat, April 11 is for ladies.
(We'll be coed again in June)
(We'll be coed again in June)
The Program The Schedule
Is your relationship rocky? Are you wondering about separation or divorce? Join us for answers, insight -- and support. Attending doesn't mean you'll divorce. It just means you'll be savvier about your future if things get really rocky.
The better you understand the separation and divorce process, the more likely you are to achieve better results and save money. And, most comforting, you'll learn you are not alone dealing with the complexities of divorcing.
Each month we cover the basics with Debbie Marson discussing the financial aspects and Sharon Zarozny an overview. We rotate our other speakers and bring in a variety of specialists to give you fresh insight and a reason to return! Originally for women only, SecSat is now coed quarterly.
Wondering about imputed income? What to do about an underemployed spouse? Or, have you followed your spouse around on military or overseas assignments -- giving up a career to raise your family?
When this becomes an issue in divorce, a vocational expert may be called in to assess the situation and make recommendations to the Court about imputed income and/or career potential. Vocational specialist Marcia Keene (Marcia is kindly filling in for Kathy Sampeck who has a family emergency) will be joining us to shed light on what her role is. She'll also cover what to expect if your spouse hires a vocational specialist -- or if you do.
Meet March's Guest Speakers
David Ginsberg, is listed as one of our area's top divorce lawyers by the Washingtonian and Northern Virginia Magazine. Here's what's been said: "If a case does not settle opposing counsel, know that it is not the fault of David Ginsberg. Well reputed, bright and practical, Ginsberg seeks a fair outcome for each case while protecting his client's rights. He aims to mitigate stress and expenses."
Bill Redmiles, a professional counselor, will discuss what grief is like, letting go of the dream, and share steps people can take to get through it all. Examples include journaling, exercising, and support groups.
Marcia Keene, a vocational expert, is often brought into a divorce case to provide expertise on a spouse's ability to work, career expectations, and income expected. She will share her insight about imputing spousal income and career expectations.
And... Your Cosponsors
Debbie Marson, a certified divorce financial analyst and our cosponsor, specialty is empowering you on the financial aspect of divorce and getting a money-wise settlement.
Sharon Zarozny - Having been through a difficult divorce, Sharon founded Brilliant Exits to help others have an easier time. A certified life coach and author, she has been featured in the Washington Post Magazine and is a Huffington Post Blogger. Sharon also serves on the Board of the Weitzman Center, a non-profit focusing on upscale abuse.