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Zonta Club of Santa Clarita Valley will host a free “LifeForward” workshop on divorce and family law issues on Saturday, May 18, from 10 a.m. to noon.

The workshop will take place at the Child & Development Center Education Building, 21545 Center Pointe Parkway, Santa Clarita 91350.

Al Lustgarten, Esq., a local family law practitioner, will present the workshop, designed to help participants understand and learn about rights during a divorce and after a divorce is final – including spousal support and modification, child custody and modification and child support and modification.

Any clarifications about the divorce process or obligations of the parties involved can be provided.

Previous workshops in the series have helped attendees understand elements of managing money, select career options and pursue meaningful employment, deal with anger management, relationships and communication, file taxes, deal with drug and cyberbullying issues, overcoming life’s challenges, and maintain healthy eating and exercise habits.

Workshops are designed to help participants believe in their unlimited power and potential, build the skills necessary to succeed, and be the powerful women they are meant to be.

Zonta offers the free “LifeForward” workshop series for women, usually on a monthly basis (dark during June, July and December), in collaboration with Single Mothers Outreach, Domestic Violence Program at Child & Family Center, Returning Women Veterans and Veterans’ Wives, and the Los Angeles County Department of Child & Family Services serving foster mothers. KHTS AM-1220 is a co-sponsor of the series with Zonta.

All are welcome.

Workshops are organized by topics in which women express interest. A schedule of upcoming workshops is posted on www.scvzonta.org for women who are interested in a particular topic.

Pre-registration is not required, but those who wish to hold a space for the more popular workshops or obtain further information on the upcoming workshop can call Single Mothers Outreach at 661-288-0117.

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