Date(s) - 04/16/20
6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
COVID-19 Update (3/27/2020): Due to the recent order given by Governor Newsom of California to limit the spread of the novel Coronavirus, this upcoming Divorce Options Workshop has been moved to online interactive presentation using ZOOM. Please check back for updates.
What You Need to Know About Divorce
Led by volunteer attorneys, financial specialists, and mental health professionals who are members of the Collaborative Divorce Solutions of Orange County, the workshop will cover the full range of choices couples have as they contemplate divorce, focusing on the non-adversarial, out-of-court options.
Divorce Options provides unbiased information about self-representation, mediation, collaborative divorce, and litigated divorce. The workshop deals with the legal, financial, family and personal issues of divorce in an informational and compassionate small group setting. There is NO solicitation of business.
Flyer: Click here to download
Call: (714) 432-5880 Extension 1 (Monday – Friday, 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.)
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Online: Visit the Orange Coast College website here.
About Divorce Options™
The Divorce Options program welcomes anyone thinking about divorce or other relationship transitions including co-habitating couples with children or LGBT couples looking for a process aware and respectful of their unique needs. Divorce Options offers useful information adaptable to a wide variety of family circumstances.
- Litigation, mediation and collaboration – the risks and the benefits of each process
- Legal, financial, psychological and social issues of divorce
- How to talk about divorce with your children
- Guidance from divorce experts
By learning about divorce and the different process options available you can maximize your ability to make good decisions during the difficult and challenging time. Divorce Options is a workshop designed to help couples take the next step, no matter where they are in the process. It identifies strategies to help you stay out of court, and helps you identify the social, emotional, legal, and financial issues that are most pressing for you.