Getting Split Ready 21.1 – Civility During Divorce

When a marriage is ending, the common view is that the couple strongly dislikes each other. Sometimes divorce seems like two people put the gloves on and duke it out in a bare-knuckled fight. But that doesn’t need to be the case in your divorce. In fact, injecting civility into the process can often help create better outcomes and a better relationship post-divorce.

Join us for an engaging discussion with Tania K. Harvey from Ward Family Law about keeping a divorce civil.

Also joining the conversation is Joyce Marter, an Author, Blogger and Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor, and Matthew Carroll from Keystone Mediation.

 

 

Tania

About Tania

For over 14 years, Tania K. Harvey, currently at Ward Family Law, LLC , has exclusively practiced in the matrimonial and family law field. Along with her experience in court appointments as a child representative and guardian ad litem, she also earned certificates in mediation and collaborative law. She has written numerous appellate briefs, argued before the Appellate Court and also appealed to the Illinois Supreme Court. 

In 2003, Ms. Harvey earned her Juris Doctor from the John Marshall Law School, where she continues to be active as an adjunct faculty member. Currently, she is a member of the Illinois and Chicago Bar Association of Illinois and a fellow of the Collaborative Law Institute of Illinois.

 

Contact Us

If you are considering divorce and have questions about how to get started with the process, reach out – we’re here to help, every step of the way.

Getting SplitReady is produced by Ernie Scatton and EAS Productions. For information on launching your own podcast, contact EAS Productions at (708) 989-3985 or erniescatton@gmail.com.

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