Webinar: How to Prepare for Divorce or Separation – February 25, 2021

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Webinar: How to Prepare for Divorce or Separation - February 25, 2021

Nobody gets married to get divorced. It’s a last resort, something both parties agree to after all options have been exhausted. While these changes can be emotionally draining, knowing where to start is a bigger challenge. Whether your divorce issues are simple or complex, you will still need to organize a substantial amount of information to prepare. Knowing what steps to take and what to expect can make the whole situation much more peaceful.

Join partner, Corrine Kulyk, and Vexxit Life in an upcoming webinar, How to Prepare for Divorce or Separation on February 25, 2021, 12:00 PM CST.

To register for this free webinar please sign up here.

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