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Free Seminar on Financial Aspects of Divorce at Arizona Center for Divorce Education will be held June 7, 2007 in Scottsdale Arizona.
OPEN YOUR EYES ABOUT DIVORCE – Free Educational Seminar about Divorce
(Scottsdale, AZ – May 23, 2007) – 21 million marriages ended in divorce in 2000. The Arizona Center for Divorce Education, established in 2004, was formed by a group of professionals to help educate and assist individuals and couples with the financial, legal, and emotional issues faced during the divorce process.
Thursday June 7th they will be holding a free seminar, where a team of experts will advise on the financial, legal, and emotional pitfalls to avoid during divorce proceedings.
Participants will learn how to protect retirement benefits, credit rating, emotional health, and determine a fair division of assets. The seminar is open to the public free of charge, and will be held from 7:00 – 8:30 p.m. at the Franciscan Renewal Center 5802 E Lincoln Dr Paradise Valley, AZ 85253 in the Brother Anthony Room.
“Divorce can be complicated. The decision to divorce comes with many options and considerations,” Cody Hayes, founder of the Arizona Center for Divorce Education. “The experts at the Arizona Center for Divorce Education address the legal, financial and emotional issues associated with divorce and are dedicated to helping the public become educated on the process in order to better prepare and protect themselves.”
The Arizona Center for Divorce Education is an educational organization comprised of experts in the areas of Arizona divorce law, mental and emotional health/well being, asset protection, credit protection, home and living options, child support, child custody and spousal maintenance. For more information, contact the Arizona Center for Divorce Education at (602) 373-8485 or visit http://www.azcde.org/ to register for their upcoming seminars.
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