Pittsburgh Professional Women invites you, or any woman you know who is considering divorce to attend this helpful informational webcast with our special guest Certified Divorce Financial Analyst® and Divorce Mediator Donna Cheswick.
During this 45-minute webcast presentation, we'll discuss the biggest mistakes women usually make when navigating the complications of divorce.
If you want to avoid:
- missing red flags in a divorce agreement
- costly litigation
- underestimating cost of living needs
- revenge tactics
- giving up from frustration
- settling for less than you deserve
then plan to attend this important educational and empowering presentation. Those who register in advance will receive a workshop recording and these additional resources:
- Preparing for Divorce Budget/Expense Worksheet
- Helpful List of Books to Read with Your Child About Separation and Divorce
- Report: 11 Critical Financial Issues to Address During Divorce
Educated leaders are empowered leaders.
During this time of uncertainty, Pittsburgh Professional Women online events are open to all professionals at no charge, regardless of membership.
Do you have a question for Donna?
Enter it into the form when you register.
Important: If you know of a woman going through a divorce, definitely let her know about this important workshop, but please be sensitive. Often, a person may be contemplating divorce but may not be ready to share that information publicly, and in some situations it is not safe to do so.
Donna Cheswick has spent her entire 33 year career in the financial services industry. She is a Financial Advisor and Partner of Medallion Wealth Management, a full service investment management firm that strives to achieve, enhance and preserve the wealth of their clients by understanding their lifelong financial needs and building an investment portfolio to match those needs.
In addition, she is the managing member and owner of Cheswick Divorce Solutions LLC., where she helps individuals, couples and family law attorneys with all the financial complexities that arise during divorce to ensure the most financial advantageous settlement possible. She is also a trained divorce mediator and collaborative financial neutral.
Education is the backbone of Donna's business, and she frequently teaches workshops and speaks on a wide variety of topics relating to finance and divorce as well as authored numerous articles for local/national print and online publications.