Martinsburg,, WV, February 07, 2016 --(PR.com
)-- When considering divorce, a lot of questions come up. Some can include: What is the law about child custody? What type of arrangements can we develop for co-parenting? Is there a particular amount of child support that is usually awarded by a court? However, the most important question is this: What choices do we have when considering divorce?
Brenda Waugh, a West Virginia attorney with almost thirty years of experience, will host a free informational seminar next week where she will present an overview and be available to answer general questions. The focus of the seminar will be the processes available to parties who are considering divorce including litigation, collaborative law, and mediation.
The Martinsburg session will be held at 3:00 p.m. in Martinsburg on Tuesday, February 9, at The Hub. The Charles Town session will be held at the office at 202 N. Charles Street, at 3:00 p.m. on Thursday, February 11. There is no charge for the sessions, but pre-registration is required. Participants may pre-register at brendawaugh.com or by calling 866-261-8944. The informational session does not create an attorney-client relationship.
About Brenda Waugh, Attorney at Law, L.C.
Brenda Waugh is an attorney with nearly thirty years of experience. A native of Princeton, West Virginia, she graduated with honors from the University of Virginia in 1982. She graduated from West Virginia University Law School in 1987 and in 2009 earned a Masters Degree in Conflict Resolution from Eastern Mennonite University. She is licensed to practice in West Virginia and the District of Columbia. She has experience working as an assistant prosecuting attorney, counsel to the West Virginia Senate Judiciary Committee and as a clerk to the West Virginia Supreme Court. Ms. Waugh has taught courses at both West Virginia University College of Law and Eastern Mennonite University. She focuses her practice on client health, wellness, and recovery. To do that, she brings her skills in mediation, restorative justice practices, and interest-based negotiation to every case.