Discussing Divorce

A new workshop to help women navigate the process

Going through a divorce is a trying time for both parties involved, and that's why Retirement Income Analysts is working to not only help women in this situation, but also to empower them to make the right decisions.

 

"The Second Saturday Syracuse" group will begin holding workshops for women who are going through all stages of divorce, from the first thoughts to the final moments and paperwork. Their workshop features a panel of specialists that can help women with the financial, mental, and legal aspects of divorce.

 

Chip Coughlin of Retirement Income Analysts serves as the financial expert for the panel, and says women can learn how save money as well as what it means to have assets and how all of their money matters are extremely important when it comes to navigating divorce. 

 

Chip Coughlin from Retirement Income Analysts is hosting a workshop to help with the often difficult process of divorce.

 

The workshop will be held Saturday, June 10th from 10:30 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. at The Onondaga Free Library located at 480 West Seneca Turnpike in Syracuse.

 

The cost of the workshop is $25 and is payable at the door, or you can visit secondsaturdaysyracuse.com to receive information on how to register in advance.

 

Coughlin ensures he can help you with all parts of divorce during your tough time outside of the workshop. To connect with Retirement Income Analysts contact them at 315-701-4440 or visit their offices at 892 East Brighton Avenue in Syracuse. To learn more, visit them online at retirementincomeanalysts.com.


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