Information for those considering divorce in Kalispell and the greater Flathead ValleyMarybeth Sampsel
On March 6, 2010 a panel of local experts will provide a free seminar on the emotional and legal aspects of troubled marriages at the Whitefish Public Library, from 9:00 am until 12:00 pm. “MARRIAGE IN CRISIS: Resources For Making Difficult Changes” is sponsored by the HeartWorks Mediation Center in Whitefish.
A variety of free professional services will be available to registered attendees in the afternoon. Experienced family law attorneys and therapists will be offering free sessions of 15-20 minutes to those who register in the morning. 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.
The panel includes District Court Judge Katherine Curtis, Columbia Falls psychotherapist Anne Scott-Markle, Whitefish family mediator Brian Muldoon, and Marybeth Sampsel, a Kalispell divorce lawyer. Presenters also include Kandy Satterlee of the Self-Help Law Center and Jolie Fish, Director of Family Court Services.
“We have asked some of the leading local experts to provide the kind of information that people need when contemplating divorce,” said Muldoon, the founder of the HeartWorks Mediation Center. “These issues include the psychological and emotional aspects of divorce as well as the legal part of the process. Getting the right information is a good place to start.”
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT:
HeartWorks Mediation Center
525 Railway Street
Whitefish, MT 59937
406-862-9292 or firstname.lastname@example.org