Starting the divorce process brings up a number of questions: what are the steps that you will need to take? Should you choose litigation, mediation, or collaboration? What professionals will best serve you in this process?
Darien Library presents an online event Wednesday, May 12, with experts who will share their knowledge on navigating these questions and more.
— an announcement from Darien Library
“Divorce, Now What?” will delve into the common mistakes and misconceptions that parties have about divorce. This talk is appropriate for people who are getting divorced, contemplating divorce, or professionals who work with people who are getting divorced.
This virtual event will take place at 7 p.m.. You can register here on Darien Library’s website.
About the Presenters
Lisa Williams uses her extensive business, volunteer and educational background to support clients in finding relief from the pitfalls of divorce that can affect them for years to come. Her goal is to give clients the best possible outcome in their divorce.
She specializes in helping families with special needs children. Lisa has garnered important skills in leadership roles in the for-profit sector in banking, membership services, and marketing on both the agency and client sides.
Maurice Segall is an experienced mediator who has worked successfully with many couples to reach mutually agreeable resolutions of their divorce, post-divorce, and prenuptial and postnuptial matters.
Maurice has been an attorney since 1988 and for over 25 years has concentrated his private practice in divorce and family mediation. Maurice is a member of the Connecticut Council for Non-Adversarial Divorce, and a former board member of its predecessor organization.
He has served as trainer for Dr. Carl Schneider of Mediation Matters and as a consultant mediator for the Stamford Counseling Center in Stamford. He also is a member of the Connecticut and New York State Bars.
Matthew F. Chamberlin
Listening to clients, distilling what matters most to them — it is in this process that Matt F. Chamberlin encourages clients to recognize the potential they have to accomplish their long-term goals through diligent planning and consistent attention partnering together.
Matt has been advising clients — as strategist at Medley Global Advisors on G10 Central Bank interest rate policy, as financial advisor at Morgan Stanley and Round Rock Advisors in Wealth Management — for nearly a decade.
Matt has managed investment portfolios trading in global markets (equities, bonds, currencies & commodities) as senior trader and portfolio manager at hedge funds SAC Capital and Tudor Investment Corp for more than 20 years.
Advising both institutions and individuals in managing risk, asset selection & allocation and timing of portfolio rebalancing.