Cynthia Weiss Stein presented workshop for Women’s Institute for Financial Education
BLUE BELL, Pa. (February 2019) – Experienced family law attorney and Shemtob Draganosky Taylor partner Cynthia Weiss Stein participated in “Second Saturday: What Everyone Needs to Know About Divorce.” Presented by the Women’s Institute for Financial Education, the workshop is led by a family law attorney, a certified financial planner, and a licensed marriage and family therapist to help women navigate the divorce process.
Stein shared her expertise in family law and guided attendees through the legal issues of a divorce, child custody, spousal support, property division, and alimony. She also discussed the practical issues of how much a divorce will cost and how to choose an attorney.
With more than 30 years of experience in family law matters, Stein is a skilled negotiator and advocate. Her aim is to offer practical, solution-oriented legal advice to guide her clients through the difficult issues involved in family law matters. She works with clients to explore their options, thinking creatively to develop solutions in order to obtain the best outcome to meet their individual concerns and circumstances.
“Second Saturday: What Everyone Needs to Know About Divorce” was founded by nationally renowned advocates/wealth managers Candace Bahr and Ginita Wall in 1989. The workshop series began in San Diego and has grown into a national program that offers women independent financial, emotional, and legal advice.
About Shemtob Draganosky Taylor, P.C.: The divorce and family law attorneys of Shemtob Draganosky Taylor, P.C. concentrate exclusively on representing clients facing divorce and related family law issues. From its office in Blue Bell, Pennsylvania, the firm provides high-quality legal counsel to clients throughout Montgomery County and the Main Line, Bucks County, Chester County, Delaware County, and Philadelphia. The firm’s representation spans all types of family law issues, from high-asset divorce and complex property division to child custody disputes. The attorneys also assist with non-divorce related family law issues, such as grandparents’ rights and same-sex couples’ rights.