The workshop will include presentations by highly qualified professionals.
Douglas I. Donald MBA, CPA/PFS, CRPC®, CRFAC®, CDFA®
President of Divorce Financial Solutions LLC
Office (859) 552-8902, Fax (859) 838-7142
Doug is a Certified Public Accountant (CPA), Personal Financial Specialist (PFS), Chartered Retirement Planning Counselor® (CRPC®), Certified Forensic Accountant® (CRFAC®), Certified Divorce Financial Analyst® (CDFA®) who has a Master of Business Administration (MBA) with over 40 years of financial experience.
As a CDFA®, he is trained to provide financial information and assistance to people going through a divorce as well as their legal representatives by evaluating the financial and tax implications of dividing property, settlement options, and child and spousal support. Doug was instrumental in bringing the Second Saturday Divorce Workshop to the Central Kentucky area and serves as the chapter leader.
Doug started Central Kentucky Second Saturday Divorce Workshop in 2016 and has been running the workshop every second Saturday of every month since. Visit the Investment Services website for Divorce Links, Worksheets, Checklists, and Articles at https://www.investmentservicesinc.com
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Breck Norment, Attorney at Law
The Law Offices of W. Breckinridge Norment III, P.S.C.
277 East High Street, Suite 301, Lexington, KY 40507
Telephone (859) 303-6007, Fax (859) 363-5959
William "Breck"inridge Norment III is a second-generation attorney practicing primarily in Lexington, Fayette County, Kentucky - but he also regularly represents clients in family, circuit, and district courts across the Commonwealth. He is in his 9th year of practice and has a passion for helping his clients through some of life's most difficult challenges.
After practicing in another Lexington Firm out of law school and then earning the position of general counsel for a commercial construction company, Breck founded his firm in 2015 where he has practiced for the last 7+ years. His firm prides itself on being a "one-stop-shop" for the majority of the legal issues out there and operates as a "people's practice" of law - handling almost all types of family law cases, construction disputes, and litigation, plaintiff's injury claims, criminal defense, estate planning and probate matters, business startups, and other general civil litigation.
A great number of Breck's clients seek assistance with divorces and other family law problems, and through thick and thin, he has helped hundreds of clients through some of life's most stressful circumstances. When first meeting with a family law client, Breck encourages realistic expectations and reasonable plans for resolving the case by some sort of agreement - as long as his clients' interests are protected. This involves gathering the information necessary for representation, advising clients as to their legal rights and responsibilities, identifying the issues which will need to be resolved, and discussing potential resolutions. He may suggest drafting a settlement proposal to see whether any agreements are possible at the outset or he might suggest attempting mediation with a neutral third party. He has found that in most cases, parties who reach their resolutions with less attorney and court involvement typically find that they are happier post-divorce and save more of their money and resources.
Breck earned his law degree from the University of Kentucky College of Law in 2013 where he graduated in the top third of his class. He also served as a staff member of the Kentucky Journal of Equine. Agriculture, and Natural Resources Law, and he was published in the fall of 2012. He graduated Magna Cum Laude from Eastern Kentucky University in 2009 where he play Division I college baseball as a catcher/designated hitter and earned a Bachelor's degree in Broadcasting and Electronic Media. Breck is admitted to practice in the Commonwealth of Kentucky, the United States District Court, Easter District of Kentucky, and the United States District Court, Western District of Kentucky.
check out the website at: https://www.LawyerBreck.com
Jenny E. Scott Attorney at Law
Jenny Scott & Associates, PLLC
Telephone (859) 225-8888, Fax (859) 201-1290
Jenny Scott began practicing law in Lexington in 1994, having graduated from the UK College of Law with her J.D. and Centre College with her B.A. She is the owner of Jenny Scott & Associates, PLLC, and practices family law, serving Central Kentucky. Jenny recently served as President of the Fayette County Bar Family Law Section for the 2015-2016 term. Jenny helps clients navigate divorces, custody issues, emergency protective orders, time-sharing issues, and child supports calculations/enforcement. She also has an extensive adoption practice, dealing with interstate, independent, stepparent, grandparent, relative, and contested adoptions.
Family law matters are stressful, and the laws can be confusing to a layperson. When appropriate, Jenny encourages clients to participate in mediation with qualified mediators to reduce litigation costs and for the client to maintain control of the process. Jenny participates in these mediations alongside her clients, to provide legal advice and to help structure agreements. However, not all cases can be mediated; Jenny is an experienced litigator with over 25 years of experience. Her divorce cases range from multi-million dollar, the complex litigation to simple uncontested divorces.
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Real Estate Professionals
Productivity Coach, Broker Associate of Keller Williams Louisville
Cell Phone (859) 351-9522
Link to my website page: http://www.jennifersellsky.com/index.html
Jennifer Williams Neil has been in sales, marketing, and management in Lexington for the past 24 years. I have a degree in Business Management, which has benefited me in managing my business and my client's business. I committed to Keller Williams Realty in 2013 to become the Principal Broker of Keller Williams Greater Lexington, due to the strong values the company upholds. “God, Family & Business” were the winning factors in my decision to create balance in my life and help other agents achieve that same success through training and coaching.
My specialties and certifications include selling homes in all areas of Resale, Relocation and Foreclosure, and New Construction as well as Divorce. My dedication to the industry and my commitment to quality service and professionalism is my top priority in all aspects of a business. My life as a leader is about building relationships with integrity, and I am committed to helping others in all facets of life to achieve greater success.
Karen Bishop Saltzman
Broker, Realtor© at Lifstyl National Real Estate
Cell Phone (601) 927-3102
Link to my website page: Karen Bishop Saltzman
Karen Bishop Saltzman is the Managing Broker of Lifstyl National Real Estate and a top
producing Realtor serving Lexington and the surrounding areas. She currently serves on
the LBAR Government Affairs and Community Affairs committees and serves as the
immediate past president of the Liberty Elementary School PTA. She attends Southland
Christian Church, is a member of the Lexington Chapter of the Daughters of the
American Revolution, and has been a Kentucky Colonel since 2008. She is a former
board member of the Explorium of Lexington. She lives in Lexington with her husband
and their three children.
From 2012-2014, Mrs. Saltzman directed the Mississippi Development Authority (MDA)
Energy & Natural Resources Division, which included the state's mineral leasing
the program, programs related to energy management, technical and financial assistance
for business and governmental entities, and energy-related economic and workforce
development. From 2009-2012, she directed MDA's federal grant programs funded by
the U.S. Department of Energy through the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of
2009. From 2009-2014, Mrs. Saltzman was an appointed member of the Architectural
Review Board for the City of Ridgeland, Mississippi.
Mrs. Saltzman served from 2007-2009 as the executive director of the Republican Party
of Arkansas. From 2004-2007, she served as a Schedule C Appointee in the
administration of President George W. Bush, first in office as the Secretary of the
U.S. Department of Labor and then as the confidential assistant to the Assistant
Secretary for Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) at the U.S. Department of
Homeland Security. She began her career in Little Rock, Arkansas, as a Field Director for
the Republican National Committee supports the re-election campaign of President
George W. Bush.
Mrs. Saltzman was raised in Jackson, Mississippi, and has a degree in Marketing from
Angela Thurston Poindexter
Sr. Loan Officer - https://www.nmlsconsumeraccess.org/ NMLS #13556 Movement Morgage, LLC NMLS# 39179 firstname.lastname@example.org
Telephone (859) 214-0291, Fax (201) 535-3856, Cell (859) 361-8973 or (855) 912-0192
Angela Thurston Poindexter is originally from Lexington Kentucky and originating mortgage loans since 2004. Angela's business platform started with first-time homebuyers and repeat homebuyer education in the community and local churches about income-based grants. For the past ten years, her portfolio of client-based has expanded to assisting thousands of clients with divorce settlements, estate buyouts, low down payments for Jumbo purchases, self-employment programs, and standard conventional loan products. My goal is always to educate all home buyers about more than the standard one option and take time to assist with setting up the resources and knowledge to accomplish their future financial vision as a homeowner.
Work History: 03/2016 to 12/2020 Fairway Independent Mortgage Corporation, Sales Manager/Sr. Loan Officer in the states of Kentucky, Tennessee, Ohio, and Georgia and VA/Military Specialist. Period 01/2007 to 02/2016 worked as Mortgage Loan Officer for Century Mortgage Corporation. 1/2021 to present Movement Mortgage, LLC, Sr. Loan Officer.
FL-LO41582, GA-55889, KY-18377, OH-MLO.053176.000, TN-103004, VA-MLO-31167VA | Movement Mortgage, LLC supports Equal Housing Opportunity. NMLS ID# 39179 (www.nmlsconsumeraccess.org) | 877-314-1499. Movement Mortgage, LLC is licensed by FL # MLD1360, GA # 23002, KY # MC85066, OH # RM.804187.000, TN # 112748, VA # MC-5112. Interest rates and products are subject to change without notice and may or may not be available at the time of loan commitment or lock-in. Borrowers must qualify at closing for all benefits. "Movement Mortgage" is a registered trademark of Movement Mortgage, LLC, a Delaware limited liability company. 8024 Calvin Hall Rd, Indian Land, SC 29707.
Community Involvement: Elementary Outreach to Senior Citizens and Nursing Homes. Local VA Hospitals, Veteran and Military Support Programs, Kiwanis, Make a Wish, and Hunger does not take a Spring Break, PTA President, and Fundraising Assistant.
MBA, LBAR, and Multiple Association Membership.
Julie Evans LCSW
Telephone (859) 219-9399
1062 Wellington Way
(Off Harrodsburg Rd, & Man O’ War)
Lexington, Kentucky, 40513
Julie Evans is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker. She has been providing counseling services to women experiencing marital difficulties, thinking about marital options, and stepping through the emotions of separation and divorce for the past 15 years.
The death of marriage results in a variety of emotional reactions that are often overwhelming and painful. Julie has assisted women in healing, finding their strength and self-worth, and creating new goals and purposes following a divorce. Julie counsels women suffering from anxiety, depression, grief, and life transition issues as well.
Anika Gooch, MSSW, LCSW
Telephone (859) 687-7007
118 Old Lafayette Ave.
Lexington, Kentucky, 40502
Link to Website: Cognitive Therapy Mindfulness Center
Anika Gooch is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and has been providing counseling services to adults, adolescents, and children for several years.
Anika uses community partnerships in working with clients to emphasize their strengths with a focus on their personal and cultural values. She provided therapeutic services to children in Fayette County Public Schools and adult survivors of domestic violence at various non-profit organizations in Lexington, Kentucky. Anika understands the overwhelming emotional pain resulting from divorce and strives to help her clients heal.
Anika’s therapeutic style can be described as client-centered, strength-based, and relationship-focused. She focuses on the importance of meeting the client where they are and helping them foster healthy relationships to assist them in meeting their personal life goals.