Second Saturday Divorce Workshops
At Miller Law Group, we are on a mission to change how people divorce and help them divorce with dignity. By providing quality information and resources through the Second Saturday divorce education organization, we believe that we can help individuals contemplating a separation or divorce or going through the process to make informed decisions about separation and divorce. We also will take the opportunity to educate our community about resolving divorces through alternative dispute resolution processes such as collaborative divorce and mediation.
We are proud to host Second Saturday workshops to educate and support divorcing individuals in our local community on the legal, financial, and emotional aspects of the divorce transition. Shara Goldfarb, Esq., a partner at the Miller Law Group, will be leading the workshop and will be inviting well-regarded Certified Financial Divorce Analysts, mental health professionals, and other experts in the divorce space who will provide participants with the information and knowledge they need to successfully navigate the divorce process.
The Miller Law Group’s Second Saturday workshops will be held virtually (for now) on the Second Saturday of every month from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. Our next supportive and informative workshop will be held on Saturday, December 10th, 2022, from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. We look forward to seeing you on December 10th and answering any questions you may have about the divorce process and New York divorce law.
Second Saturday Workshop Presenters
Saturday, December 10, 2022
9:00am – 11:00am EDT
Shara H. Goldfarb
Partner, Miller Law Group
As a Second Saturday leader, I hope to educate individuals on how to divorce in a way that empowers them and enables them to put their children’s needs first. For the past 20 years, I have focused my law practice exclusively on divorce, parenting plans, prenuptial and postnuptial agreements, domestic violence, and reproductive law. I’m a family law attorney, a Certified Divorce Financial Analyst, and a certified mediator and collaborative law attorney.
After witnessing the devastating impact custody litigation can have on children, I’ve worked tirelessly to prevent clients from unnecessarily exposing their children to the conflict, stress, and negativity inherent in the litigation process. My extensive training and experience in alternative dispute resolution allows me to work collaboratively with other attorneys and divorce professionals in order to achieve positive, creative out-of-court settlements for clients.
I look forward to sharing my legal expertise and introducing highly regarded divorce mental health and financial professionals to the local community with a goal towards helping individuals contemplating separation or divorce or going through a divorce gain a better understanding of the divorce process so that they can make the best choices for themselves and their families.
Melissa Goodstein, Esq.
As a Collaborative Attorney and Mediator, Melissa Goodstein believes that those going through a difficult family transition can actually become empowered and lay the foundation for a new beginning. Since early in her legal career, she has found that divorce litigation can devastate families and so she has continuously sought better ways to practice family law.
Her clients are ready to move on with their lives, but want to end their current relationship with integrity and start building a respectful relationship with their ex-spouse. Melissa helps them focus on their legacy and begin life’s journey anew in a calm way. She believes that healing from the inside out is instrumental to achieving a “good” divorce and a peaceful transition to a new life.