Answering Your Divorce Questions

After a brief pause due to public health concerns, we have decided to continue our free monthly event series, Answering Your Divorce Questions, now in an online format using Zoom digital platform.
 
Every month, our founder and president, Susan J. Mundahl along with her two associates, Amy Rotering and Alma Miklasevics, answers questions on all aspects of the divorce process, from assets, to child support, to grief. Answering Your Divorce Questions takes place on the second Tuesday of every month from 7pm to 9pm using Zoom digital platform. Please see the information below regarding to RSVP for your chosen date. You must RSVP in order to receive an email containing a Zoom access code.
 

About Susan

Susan Mundahl has been an attorney for over 30 years, with the majority of her legal career concentrating exclusively in the area of family law. Her goal is to support and guide clients through the complexities of the legal system, and advocate for them so that their focus can be on healing themselves and their families and on laying a solid foundation for the future.

You can read her full bio here: https://www.mundahllaw.com/team/susan-j-mundahl/

 

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