When you get right down to it, divorce is really just a business deal. But it is likely the biggest business deal of your life. So, the stakes are high, and it behooves you to be coolheaded and strategic. The problem is that for most of us divorce is a wildly emotional time. Perhaps our kids are involved. We are not necessarily with our best poker face during a mediation session that involves the parenting schedule of toddlers or who will pay for college tuition. Add to this, we may be feeling less confident around the topic of money than our spouses, or we may be simply feeling too wounded or angry.

In this session, we are going to help you become a better, stronger negotiator. Financial advisor and divorce financial strategist Michelle Smith is widely respected as an ace negotiator on behalf of divorcing women. Katherine Miller is a top family attorney who has trained hundreds in the art of mediation and negotiation. The two of them will bring their best tips, advice and insights to the problems women face in negotiating during their divorce.

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Meet the Experts

Michelle Smith, CEO and founder of Source Financial Advisors is a well-known pioneer in the field of divorce financial strategy. She has been a financial advisor for over 25 years and a Certified Divorce Financial Analyst (CDFA®) since 2004. She has helped thousands of women understand their financial options as they navigate divorce. She is a passionate advocate for women’s financial literacy and developed an educational program and platform, called Wife2CFO™ for women who want to design their financial future post-divorce.

Katherine Eisold Miller, is the founding attorney at the Miller Law Group, a family law practice based in Westchester and New York City. As a practicing attorney for over thirty years, Katherine has dedicated herself to “changing how people divorce and helping them divorce with dignity.” She is a  director at the Center for Understanding in Conflict where, for more than 15 years, she has been training professionals in mediation, collaborative law and other conflict resolution skills.