For immediate release
April 2, 2007
Contact: Hope H. Davis
Project Second Start at CCBC hosts divorce and separation workshop
Baltimore, Md. – Project Second Start at the Community
College of Baltimore County, Catonsville is sponsoring a “Divorce and
Separation Workshop” from 6:30 – 8 p.m. Wednesday, April 18. The
workshop takes place in the lower level of the Barn on the Catonsville
campus, 800 South Rolling Rd, Baltimore, Md. The workshop is free and
open to the public.
Patricia Ferraris O’Neill, JD, chair of CCBC’s Legal Studies department
is leading the workshop. The workshop explores divorce laws in Maryland
and covers such topics as marital property, settlement agreements,
custody issues and more. This will be an opportunity to learn about the
law, but not to get legal advice. O’Neill will be providing information
about resources for attendees who need legal representation.
Project Second Start offers assistance to people in major life
transitions – those recently widowed, separated or divorced, single
parents, teenagers facing parenthood or homemakers needing to get back
into the work force.
To register or to get more information, call 443-840-4719.