Boston, MA, June 9, 2020 – Burns & Levinson, which has one of the largest and most reputable divorce and family law practices in the country, is launching a free webinar series to help people navigate the many challenges of getting divorced. The first webinar in the series, “How to Know When You Are Ready to Divorce,” will be held on June 15 from 12:00 pm to 1:00 pm ET and will be led by partners Elizabeth Crowley and Ronald Barriere.
The series is an adjunct to the firm’s Divorce Law Monitor blog and will take place approximately every three weeks. Upcoming topics include:
• Understanding the ins and outs of the divorce process.
• Keeping the focus on your children during the divorce.
• How to stay safe in a violent relationship while divorcing.
• Paying for college during and after divorce.
“Many people in bad marriages don’t know where to turn to get information on the nuts and bolts of getting divorced. Information is power, and we want to give people the tools they need to make the right decision for them,” said Barriere. “Getting divorced is difficult, but it’s that much harder for people who walk into it uninformed. We want to demystify the process and help alleviate some of the suffering that goes along with making the very painful decision to divorce. We can’t take away the pain, but we can make it easier,” added Crowley.
Each webinar will include a presentation and a Q&A session at the end. The webinar is free of charge and the content will be available on the firm’s website for anyone who cannot attend the session live.
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