New monthly teleseminar series designed to empower and educate divorcing people, so they can make it through their divorce as quickly, affordably and painlessly as possible. No cost, no-sign up, and no pre-registration required.

For Immediate Release

monthly teleseminar series

Dan Couvrette, TeleSeminar
Host and Divorce Magazine

This issue has
something for
everyone, at every
stage of their

(PRWEB) November 1, 2010

Divorce Magazine is launching a free monthly TeleSeminar series to help divorcing people get quality and highly relevant information from judges, lawyers, financial advisors, mediators, therapists and other recognized divorce professionals.

“Our TeleSeminar series is designed to educate and empower divorcing people as they make their way through the process and design a new life,” Dan Couvrette, Divorce Magazine’s CEO/Publisher and host of the new monthly TeleSeminar series stated. “Through our TeleSeminars, divorcing people across North America and the world can access quality education and information, which is their key to staying in control of their emotional, legal and financial issues, and making wise, long-term decisions.”

Topics covered by the TeleSeminar series include legal, financial, parenting, emotional issues and more. A different guest speaker is featured each month, starting with three inaugural TeleSeminars scheduled for December 2010, January 2011 and February 2011:

TeleSeminar #1: “The Good Karma Divorce,” features guest speaker Judge Michele Lowrance – Tuesday, December 7, 2010 from 8:00-8:30 pm EST.

Judge Lowrance, author of the book “The Good Karma Divorce,” will explain how divorcing people can create an internal “moral compass” to guide them through the process. She will also share a frank view of what really happens in court, and the litigation nightmares that some divorcing people go through.

“I am thrilled to be the first speaker in this TeleSeminar series, because as we all know, the healing from the pain of divorce is a holistic endeavour,” Judge Lowrance commented. “The legal process by itself is not enough. Divorce Magazine recognized this a long time ago and now they are going to the next level of addressing the real needs of the people struggling in this arena.”

TeleSeminar #2: “Four Financial Secrets You Must Know About for Your Divorce,” features guest speaker Sharon Numerow, Certified Divorce Financial Analyst and Divorce Mediator – Tuesday, January 11, 2011 from 8:00-8:30 pm EST.

Sharon Numerow will share financial advice that every divorcing person must know, property issues in divorce, why a 50/50 property split isn’t always equal and what to do about it, how RRSPs, pensions, and other investments should be handled during divorce.

TeleSeminar #3: “How to Prepare for a Child Custody Evaluation,” features Steven A. Mindel, Family Law Attorney and Certified Family Law Specialist – Tuesday February 8, 2011 from 8:00-8:30 pm EST.

Steven A. Mindel will discuss how divorcing parents should prepare for a child custody evaluation, what they can expect during the interview process, how to make the right impression, how to explain the process to the children, how evaluators use the information they gather, and the impact of the report on judges and their decisions.

All Divorce Magazine TeleSeminars are free and no sign-up or pre-registration is required. To participate, dial 1-605-475-6333 and enter access code 440054#.

Visit for more information, and for an up-to-date schedule of all TeleSeminars.

About Divorce Magazine

Launched in 1995, Divorce Magazine is North America’s only magazine devoted entirely to divorce. It is published twice a year with six regional editions, and features helpful divorce articles and guides to local divorce professionals. The magazine’s website,, has been the leading divorce-related website since 1995, offering a diverse archive with thousands of pages of self-help articles as well as public forums, polls, and information on local divorce professionals. The company also publishes which features expert opinion and insight from leading divorce professionals, including judges, lawyers, mediators, therapists and more.