Family Law Webinar | Collaborative Divorce: Everything You Need To Know

Replay of "Collaborative Divorce: Everything You Need to Know"

Thank you for attending Katy’s presentation on, “Collaborative Divorce: Everything You Need to Know“! 

Watch the replay below of our collaboratively trained attorney, Kathryn Silk, as she explores “Collaborative Divorce, Everything You Need To Know,” a webinar to help you whether you’re already on this journey or just starting to think about what divorce might look like.

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