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Divorce Education: The Case for In-Person Versus Online Learning

When it comes to divorce smarts, workshops provide the community, caring and in-person support that are key to learning. Second Saturday Divorce Workshops SAN DIEGO – Sept. 13, 2018 – PRLog — From elementary school through college, including adults seeking continuing education, online education is here to stay.  But is it right for everyone in every situation? Success in learning …

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Ginita Wall on Real Talk San Diego

Second Saturday co-founder Ginita Wall talks about the divorce workshop on Real Talk San Diego. She is joined by Second Saturday Leader  Alisa Kerr.

What Does Divorce Really Cost?

Women considering divorce know what they’re getting out of, but need an advisor’s help to understand what they’re getting into. From the November 2016 issue of Investment Advisor “The abuse became worse over the last couple of years. Especially the verbal abuse — it’s very demeaning and demoralizing. I was thinking I wasn’t even a …

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Red Zone

Second Saturday programs help women in need and can be a ‘huge feeder’ for advisors’ businesses, Candace Bahr says Second Saturday workshops present essential financial, legal and emotional information in a non-biased and compassionate way. They were founded by WIFE.org, the nation’s longest-running, most trusted non-profit devoted to female financial literacy, and have now rolled out …

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Local Heroes: WIFE Co-Founders Honored by Union Bank and KPBS

As part of its ongoing commitment to cultural diversity and responsible banking, and in celebration of Women’s History Month, Union Bank, N.A., has partnered with KPBS to honor three extraordinary San Diegans for the 2013 Local Heroes program.