Marriage in Crisis- What You Need to Know When the Bottom Drops Out
A panel of local experts will provide a free seminar on the emotional and legal aspects of child custody disputes, co-parenting and divorce at the Flathead County Health Department, Conference Room A, on September 28, 2010 from 6-9:00 pm. “MARRIAGE IN CRISIS: What You Need To Know When the Bottom Drops Out” is sponsored by the HeartWorks Mediation Center in Whitefish.
The panel includes District Court Judge Katherine Curtis, Whitefish therapist Beth Kramer, Whitefish family mediator Brian Muldoon, and Marybeth Sampsel, a Kalispell divorce lawyer. Kalispell lawyers Vanessa Ceravolo and Kai Groenke will join the panel for a question-and-answer session. Presenters also include Kandy Satterlee of the Self-Help Law Center, Jolie Fish, Director of Family Court Services and Paul Sullivan, developer of the “Split Schedule” system for creating low-conflict parenting schedules.
The panel will discuss a wide range of topics, from deciding whether the marriage can be salvaged to knowing how to resolve parenting and financial issues raised by the divorce process. Following the panel discussion, lawyers will be available to provide free 15-minute consultations. These brief sessions will provide an opportunity to make initial assessments and get specific answers to legal questions. It is recommended that participants write down their questions in advance.
“ For more information, contact Brian Muldoon at HeartWorks Mediation Center at 406-862-9292 or email@example.com .