Discover Your Divorce Options in Orange County at July 20 Workshop

Find out your Divorce Options in Orange County at a workshop. Get your questions about divorce answered.
Find out your Divorce Options in Orange County at a workshop. Get your questions about divorce answered.

Lessen the stress of divorce

(Costa Mesa, California) – Divorce is difficult and stressful even under the best of circumstances. It can be especially hard if you have children. Divorce affects people from all walks of life, and no two situations are alike.

It is possible despite challenges to preserve the emotional and financial resources of the family while respecting everyone’s needs during a divorce. Learn about your alternatives at “Divorce Options.” The first “Divorce Options” workshop in Orange County takes place on Wednesday, July 20, from 6 to 9 p.m. at Orange Coast College, 2701 Fairview Road, Costa Mesa, California.

To register for Divorce Options at Orange Coast College:  
Call (714) 432-5880  Extension 1 (Monday – Friday, 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.)
– OR –
Visit the Orange Coast College website here, click on Search, then enter “Divorce Options.”

For additional information, call Divorce Options at (949) 266-0660 or email at 

Divorce Options provides unbiased information about self-representation, mediation, collaborative divorce, and litigated divorce. The workshop deals with the legal, financial, family and personal issues of divorce in an informational and compassionate small group setting.

Led by a family law attorney, financial specialist, and mental health professional who are members of Collaborative Divorce Solutions of Orange County, the workshop will cover the full range of choices couples have as they contemplate divorce, focusing on the non-adversarial, out-of-court options.

“People have so many questions about divorce and it’s difficult to get answers about the options for your personal situation,” said Tracy McKenney, CFP, CDFA and Collaborative Divorce Solutions of Orange County president. “The Divorce Options program presents an opportunity for the public to learn about their choices and the resources available for a divorce process respecting the needs and interests of all family members. Becoming more knowledgeable can go a long way to ease the anxiety about your divorce, and allows you to take control of your future,” said McKenney.

McKenney said the Divorce Options program is useful to anyone thinking about divorce or other relationship transitions including LGBT couples or domestic partners with children looking for a process aware and respectful of their unique needs.

Topics include:

  • The risks and benefits of three models: litigation, mediation and Collaborative Divorce
  • The legal, financial, psychological and social issues of divorce
  • How to talk about divorce with your children – no matter their age
  • Guidance from legal, financial, and mental health experts

Gaining an understanding of the different process options available will help couples make good decisions during this difficult and challenging time. Divorce Options is a workshop designed to help couples take their next step, no matter where they are in the process. It identifies strategies to help couples stay out of court when feasible, and helps you identify the personal issues most pressing for you. There is no solicitation of business.

If you are interested in scheduling a Divorce Options workshop for your group or organization, contact us at 949-266-0660 to learn more.

About Collaborative Divorce Solutions of Orange County

Collaborative Divorce Solutions of Orange County (CDSOC) was founded in 2003 to advise couples in Orange County and in Southern California about out of court options to traditional divorce litigation. Our group consists of experienced family law attorneys, licensed mental health professionals, and credentialed financial professionals, all of whom are specially trained in Collaborative practice, mediation, and conflict resolution. Working under the Collaborative Practice model, the result is a divorce guided with respect and compassion in a non-adversarial way so families can make the best possible decisions about their future.

CDSOC is online at, and Facebook.

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