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Getting Split Ready 21.1 - Civility During Divorce

Getting Split Ready 21.1 - Civility During Divorce

Update: 2020-02-04


A common view of divorce is one of animosity. Two people duking it out in bare-knuckled conflict to win. While this can sometimes be the case, it does not need to be. In fact, a bit of civility injected into the process can often help with better outcomes and a better relationship post-divorce.

Join us for a discussion on civility in divorce with Tanya Harvey from Ward Family Law.

Other Panelists
- Joyce Marter - Author, Blogger and Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor
- Matthew Carroll from Keystone Mediation

About Tanya

Tania K. Harvey has exclusively practiced in the matrimonial and family law field for over 14 years, which experience includes court appointments as a child representative and guardian ad litem along with earning her certificates in mediation and collaborative law. She has written numerous appellate briefs, argued before the Appellate Court and also appealed to the Illinois Supreme Court.

Ms. Harvey earned her Juris Doctor from the John Marshall Law School in June, 2003. Ms. Harvey earned her Bachelor of Science in Business from Miami University of Ohio in June, 2000, with a minor in criminology.

Ms. Harvey is very active with the John Marshall Law School Alumni Association and is an adjunct faculty member, since 2008. Ms. Harvey is currently a member of the Illinois and Chicago Bar Association of Illinois. Ms. Harvey was the Co-chair of the Young Lawyer’s Section of Family Law of the Chicago Bar Association for two years and served as a Special Projects Coordinator for the Chicago Bar Association. Ms. Harvey is also a fellow of the Collaborative Law Institute of Illinois.

Ms. Harvey has also been selected by Super Lawyers as a Rising Star in 2012, 2013, 2015, 2016 and 2017 and was included on the Emerging Lawyers list for Leading and Emerging Chicago Area Divorce Lawyers for 2016, 2017 and 2018.

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Getting Split Ready 21.1 - Civility During Divorce

Getting Split Ready 21.1 - Civility During Divorce