PLEASE NOTE THAT THIS WORKSHOP WILL NOW BE HELD ON ZOOM, A REMOTE MEETING INTERFACE. IT'S VERY EASY TO LOG ON AND THE INFORMATION WILL BE SENT TO ANYONE WHO REGISTERED BY 3/16. Questions: Events@parkslopeparents.com
Please join us for this informative Divorce & Separation Workshop with matrimonial lawyers, John Yacos, Esq. and Shari Bornstein, Esq.
This workshop will provide an overview of and "insider perspective" on the legal aspects of family law, divorce, custody, child support and family law process options, including the relative advantages and disadvantages of litigation, negotiation, mediation, and collaborative law.
- Did you ever wonder what the term “the child’s best interest” really means?
- Did you ever wonder why a Judge, Referee, or Support Magistrate made a certain decision either in your favor or not?
- Did you ever wonder what it means to mediate or litigate your case?
- Do you want a legal insider’s answer to these and other questions you've had about matrimonial and family law?
Then this workshop is for YOU. All of your questions will be answered.
John Yacos, Esq. is a well-respected matrimonial and family law attorney with over 30 years of legal experience. John will provide you with a unique insider’s perspective on matrimonial actions and family law proceedings.
Shari Bornstein, Esq. is a well-respected matrimonial and family law attorney with over 30 years of legal experience. Shari is a mediator and trained collaborative law attorney, who focuses on reducing conflict especially for the benefit of children.
As an added benefit and as a thank you to Park Slope Parents from Team Yacos, attendees of this workshop can schedule a free consultation (normally $450).
Here's what previous attendees have said about John's workshops:
"I thought the event was absolutely wonderful."
"It was great and I found it to be very helpful. John shared a lot of basic and specific information regarding the divorce process and was very generous with his time making sure everyone's questions got answered. It was also great to be in a room with people who are going through a similar situation."
Note: when you register, your name will be given to the Yacos office so they can make sure there's not a conflict of interest in meeting you. If you have any questions about this, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information about John Yacos and his team please go to: www.YacosLaw.com or contact John at email@example.com or (212) 587-9560.