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ASK THE EXPERTS: What Parents Should Know about Divorce & Custody

When:
Wednesday, March 29, 2023, 8:00 PM until 9:30 PM
Where:
ONLINE VIA ZOOM

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HRP Mamas Workshops
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ASK THE EXPERTS: What ParentS Should Know About DIVORCE & CUSTODY

With Natalie L. Reeves & Allison K. WYman


Join us for an informative and animated discussion on various legal topics relevant to all kinds of family situations and marital status. 

Attorneys Natalie Reeves and Allison Wyman will discuss some important legal issues involved in marriage, custody and divorce. They will address these difficult topics in an engaging and lively workshop aimed at clarifying what can feel like an otherwise overwhelming situation.

Topics discussed will include:

  • How to protect yourself
  • Nuts and bolts of the divorce process
  • Why people in unhappy marriages sometimes decide not to get divorced 
  • Does infidelity matter in a divorce?
  • Custody and visitation, child and spousal support
  • Q&A





 




NATALIE L. REEVES:

Described by a former client as a “life-saver” in Vogue, Natalie understands that her clients are often experiencing one of the most stressful times of their lives, and she endeavors to navigate them through the process with both compassion and conviction. Natalie has an unusual background for a matrimonial attorney:  For years, she practiced corporate law, starting at Sullivan & Cromwell LLP.  Her experience working on sophisticated transactions for multinational corporations renders her well equipped to represent individuals in cases involving complex financial issues. Natalie has her own law practice, where she works in all areas of matrimonial and family law matters, including those involving custody, visitation and support issues, the valuation and equitable distribution of marital assets, and the negotiation and drafting of prenuptial, postnuptial and separation agreements.  She also has counseled clients on cutting edge legal issues relating to pet custody. Natalie graduated from Vanderbilt University Law School where, among other things, she was named “Best Oralist.”  She has lectured on behalf of groups such as the New York State Bar Association and the New York City Bar Association and has been widely quoted on legal issues in numerous publications. 



ALLISON K. WYMAN:

Allison is an attorney who specializes in family caregiving, wills, trusts, estates, and healthcare.  As a two-time cancer caregiver to her parents, Allison opened The Law Office of Allison K. Wyman because she understands the heaviness and confusion that accompany family caregiving, and she seeks to support families by providing legal explanations and tailored practical solutions.  After practicing law at Latham & Watkins LLP, Allison has spent the past 8 years working with and for injured veterans, cancer patients, domestic violence victims, and families facing substance use disorder and mental health issues, with experience at organizations such as the National Hospice and Palliative Care Organization, and most recently, the Community Service Society of New York.  Believing “estate planning is an act of love for the people you love,” Allison feels it is her life’s mission to help families work through difficult questions today to provide clarity, security, and comfort for all the tomorrows that follow. Allison holds a law degree from Georgetown University Law Center, and a Master of Public Administration from the Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs.