Session 2: MARCH 12 – April 30, 2018
Whether it is you, your friends, family, or coworkers, anyone may be impacted when a marriage ends. Often referred to as the “second most stressful” life event, this course is ideal for anyone contemplating divorce or being divorced by their spouse. Counselors, ministers, and non-divorce attorneys may also benefit from the course. Students will learn the importance of having a plan that will protect them from the known and unknown stressors that may come up in post-divorce life.
Students will learn how to work with attorneys, certified financial analysts, and counselors who may provide necessary support and guidance throughout the divorcing process. Detailed emphasis will be placed on the legal, social, financial, and emotional repercussions of divorce.
Brenda Dozier, Ph.D., CDFA | firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr. Brenda Dozier earned her undergraduate degree from the University of Alabama and her master’s and doctoral degrees at Auburn University. As a CDFA, or Certified Divorce Financial Analyst, at her business Moneywise Divorce, Brenda is highly equipped to help insure divorce settlements are equitable for her clients in the present and future. She is an author (For the Children’s Sake: Parenting Together after the Marriage Ends, and Two-Home Families: A Family System Approach to Divorce Therapy), a national speaker, expert witness for court, and a divorce mediator. Dr. Brenda Dozier has also taught graduate students at Troy University and Columbus College.
Barbara Keon, J.D. | email@example.com
This course will be taught in conjunction with Barbara Keon. Barbara Keon, of the Law Offices of Barbara Keon, LLC, has over 28 years of experience in family law focusing on divorce and custody and providing caring and pragmatic advice to her clients, while being professional and aggressive in representing their interests. She was an Assistant District Attorney in South Carolina before entering private practice in Georgia.