Lecture to take place May 2; pre-registration required by April 28
Communication is key for any long-lasting, healthy relationship, but few people have perfected this skill. Go back to the basics with a free workshop at Medford Leas titled “Communication Lessons We Should Have Learned in Kindergarten.”
On Tuesday, May 2, from 10 to 11 a.m., Lynne Gold-Bikin, a nationally renowned family law attorney who literally wrote the book on divorce law in 1994 with the “Divorce Practice Handbook,” will deliver a workshop to make your communications easier and ultimately more rewarding.
In the workshop, Gold-Bikin will explore a range or topics, including how to fight without destroying a relationship, how to ask for change and how to remain close as the years pass.
Gold-Bikin is a partner at Weber Gallagher Simpson Stapleton Fires & Newby LLP, and she teaches at the Houston Family Law Trial Institute at South Texas College of Law and gives seminars for the Pennsylvania Bar Institute. In 2016, she was named in Best Lawyers for Family Law.
While there is no fee for this lecture, pre-registration is required by April 28. For a full listing of lectures and programs, or to register for a program, visit www.medfordleas.org or call 609–654–3588. E-mail non-payment registrations or questions to email@example.com.