The Guide to Good Divorce Program and Seminars

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Program and Seminars

Sam M. (Trey) Yates, III, a board certified family law attorney by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization, has guided women through the trials and tribulations of divorce since 1986. He created The Guide to Good Divorce to empower women, of all ages, with the information and resources they need to make informed decisions during this emotionally turbulent time.

“Over the years, I came to realize that women going through divorce could benefit from a wide range of expert advice and counsel throughout the divorce process,” explains Trey. “I created this program to be a source of encouragement, hope, strength and community for these women as they transition out of marriage and into the next phase of their lives.”
The concept of the program is based on the philosophy that while divorce is rarely easy, it can be an opportunity for self-discovery and personal growth. It is Trey’s belief that the secret is learning to successfully navigate the divorce process. The Guide to Good Divorce program is designed to help women at all stages of the divorce process. At the heart of the program is guidance from uniquely qualified experts on Texas divorce laws, financial planning, life skills and wellness. The Guide to Good Divorce also provides opportunities for women facing divorce to network and connect with each other.

Those who attend The Guide to Good Divorce will leave the seminar with:

  • • A greater understanding of the law of divorce in Texas and with a new found knowledge of how the law may be applied to their unique marital relationship.
  • • Increased awareness of how community property assets are divided, how to secure stream of financial support after their divorce and creative strategies for securing the right percentages of the right marital assets at the time of divorce.
  • • Acquire new skills at coping and adapting to a different and better life after the divorce is final.
  • • Practical tools to handle the stress and terror that come with divorce and ways to shift the perspective from one of fear to one of gratitude.
  • • The power that can come from a community of like-minded women experiencing together the challenges that divorce can bring and the peace that comes from shared solutions.

“It is my hope that our program will bring women together to support and encourage each other as they move into their next best lives. Divorce is difficult, but it can be a transformative experience.”

The Guide to Good Divorce is a registered non-profit corporation under the laws of Texas.