Held by Divorced Guys / The Divorce Men's Network on 6 May 2017 12:00 PM
Custody and parenting time are some of the most highly emotional family law matters, and one of the areas with the most myths. I’ll cover some of the basics of custody and parenting time, discuss some of those myths as well, and will answer ques... Read More
Held by Divorced Guys / The Divorce Men's Network on 21 May 2017 5:00 PM
This is a low key way to get together, have some pizza and talk about what ever you want.
With my 9 years of divorce consulting experience and with all the other guys in the room, you are sure to get lots of advice - hahaha.
Hav... Read More
About Our Meetings
What are the benefits to our meetings?
Join our MeetUp group to get dates and times, and RSVP to future meetings.
Our meetings are powerful. The primary purposes are to:
- educate you with topical experts.
- support you by creating a community of like-minded men, building comradery
- advocate for you – giving you unbiased truths and helping you better manage
- help you save costs by educating you how to work best with your lawyer
- create a community that helps you – we have helped men move and even find new jobs
What is the quality of your meetings?
We bring in topical experts to educate men regarding the various aspects of divorce: legal clinics, custody experts, health and wellness, expression through writing, image consultants and dating experts, just to name a few.
Our meetings last two hours and during the meeting the expert will provide a 10 to 20 minute over view of the specific topic. Then we open the meeting up for questions, because that’s what it’s all about – getting you the information you need.
We also have networking/information sharing meetings where men learn what has and has not worked in their divorce. Coupled with additional divorce strategy information, these meetings are one of our most popular meetings.
When and where do we meeting?
We meet at least twice a month at a central location – typically Edina, Richfield, St Louis Park or Minnetonka. As the group grows we will expand into surrounding cities. Although from time-to-time we test different meetings times we have found that a Saturday early evening (5 pm) or week night meeting (6:30) works well for most men.
What happens at a typical meeting?
First we provide a brief overview of our mission and history. Then we spend about a minute for each person in the room to introduce himself. Then, we break up into smaller groups of three to four men so you can dive deep into your situation for about 45 minutes. Then we come together as a larger group and discuss major issues each group has identified. This given men a well-rounded set of information to help move them forward.