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    • December 05, 2021
    • 2:00 PM - 3:30 PM
    • Virtual using the ZOOM platform

    Save the Date:  Dec. 5, 2021

    The MCDR Programming Committee Presents:

    Better Mortgage Outcomes for Divorcing Clients and

     Tax Impacts of Divorce

    Online program 2:00 to 4:00 pm

                                                            Join the ZOOM Meeting


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    Passcode: 040548
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         Bridget McGee and Debbie May will share valuable information to help you better understand mortgage-related options for your clients and the tax impacts of divorce.

    Speakers:

         Bridget McGeeCertified Mortgage Advisor (CMA) and Certified Divorce Lending Professional (CDLP) working with SBCW Mortgage in Baltimore. Bridget has more than 20 years’ experience in mortgage lending. This experience provides her the opportunity to help clients in the best and worst times of their lives. Bridget provides her clients solutions to help them meet their financial goals. Her practice includes in depth education and discussion to ensure that clients understand their short and long-term options in the divorce process. She works closely with clients and their advisors (financial planners, realtors, attorneys, and mediators). Family members, including parents and children may also be part of the discussion and planning process. Bridget will share the specifics of lending practices and tips for mediators assisting clients in developing real estate options and formulating property financial plans during separation or divorce.

         Debbie May, CPA, Certified Financial Planner (CFP), Certified Divorce Financial Analyst (CDFA), is partner and director of divorce litigation, wealth management, and financial planning services with Councilor, Buchanan, and Mitchell (CBM) located in Bethesda, Maryland. Debbie has more than 30 years of comprehensive financial planning and public accounting expertise. She has more than 25 years assisting clients with investment advisory services. Debbie assists both individuals and closely held businesses in divorce mediation, collaborative divorce, divorce litigation support, and negotiations for financial settlements in divorce. She is past president of the Collaborative Dispute Resolution Professionals of Maryland. Debbie has served as a financial neutral in more than 250 divorce cases. Debbie’s presentation will include detailed information for mediators seeking to learn more about the tax consequences of divorce.

         This program will provide you with valuable information to help your clients better understand their mortgage related options and tax impacts from divorce.

       The day following the meeting, certificates for 2-hours of ADR-related continuing education will be provided free to members. To receive your Certificate, please send your request to: deborah.kleinberg@gmail.com. Non-members can purchase a certificate for a cost of $10.00 online at the MCDR Store, MCDR.org.

        This meeting is open to everyone in the ADR community without charge; membership is not required. We welcome newcomers to join us for an exciting afternoon of ADR-related information and networking.

    To RSVP or for questions please contact: 

    LaVerne Day at laverneday@crwp-eaglesystems.com or

    Deborah Kleinberg at deborah.kleinberg@gmail.com





            
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