Upcoming Webinars


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NC Divorce Legal Webinar

April 9th, 2020 at 11:00 AM

April 23, 2020 at 11:00 AM

The Divorce Legal Webinar will teach you how to protect your assets, keep the house and even save your business from anywhere in North Carolina. You will learn ways to protect your retirement, the requirements of what goes into a separation agreement, and how to divide your assets between you and your spouse. Most importantly, you’ll learn how to protect your children’s future. An experienced divorce attorney from Rosen Law Firm will give you valuable legal insight and the ability to accurately predict the results of your situation. This webinar will teach you the skills you need to survive a divorce.

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COVID-19 Co-Parenting Webinar

This webinar is from March 24th, 2020. If you’d like to see a live version and ask questions, like our Facebook page to see the next live COVID-19 presentation.

Divorce Legal Webinar Presenter

Lindsay Willis - ThumbLindsay Willis, Divorce Attorney

Lindsay is a North Carolina native. She attended the University of North Carolina for undergraduate studies and obtained her law degree from the Campbell School of Law and is a member of the Wake County Bar Association and the Wake Women Attorneys. She has given public lectures on the topic of divorce in the past, including a presentation on spousal spying given at the National Association of Social Workers.

Topics covered: Alimony, child custody, child support, domestic violence, property, and divorce.

Shaunis Mercer, Divorce Attorney

Shaunis Mercer is a licensed divorce attorney from North Carolina. She has held many positions across her legal career, including acting as the Town Attorney for Angier, the Juvenile Contractor for Harnett County, and was the first attorney in the county to be certified as a Parent Coordinator. She has two children herself, two young boys, and empathizes with her clients when it comes to the difficulties of co-parenting.

Topics covered: Child custody, co-parenting, COVID-19, child resources, divorce and separation

Webinar Information:

You must pre-register using the link listed above to attend a webinar.  Once registered you will be sent a unique access code to use during the program along with instructions on how to begin the webinar from your computer and/or phone at the scheduled time.

On average, our online divorce webinars are 60 minutes long. Time is reserved at the end of the webinar to answer viewer questions submitted online.

All of our free online divorce webinars are live events. Webinar recordings are not available and spaces are limited. Reserve your spot today!

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