Pennsylvania Divorce Law 101 (2021 Edition)

Liberty Weyandt CLE

Liberty J. Weyandt, Family Law Chair at The Lynch Law Group, has been selected by myLawCLE as an instructor for the CLE program, “Pennsylvania Divorce Law 101 (2021 Edition).” The course will air via live video broadcast on Monday, November 1, 2021, from 10:00 am to 5:50 pm EST. An on-demand recording will be available for download on Monday, November 8, 2021.

Register, pre-order video download, and find course information here.

Ms. Weyandt will teach a session on alternative dispute resolution processes. In this section, she highlights how families in transition who choose to employ mediation and/or collaborative processes to resolve their disputes can be active participants in creating lasting settlement agreements and in doing so, can completely avoid the adversarial divorce litigation experience. Attorneys will learn more about the mediation and collaborative law processes as applied to various family law conflicts and how alternative dispute resolution processes can be effectively utilized to reach settlement agreements, as amicably as possible.

Key topics:

How does the Mediation process work?
What are the benefits of reaching a settlement agreement through mediation?
How does the Collaborative Law process work?
What are the benefits of reaching a settlement agreement through Collaborative Law?
Why your practice should include the use of Mediation and Collaborative Law and how you can get started including an alternative dispute resolution process as part of your legal services

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Liberty J. Weyandt chairs the Family Law practice at The Lynch Law Group. Her practice is dedicated to assisting families who are in transition obtain solutions to their complex family matters. In addition to extensive, traditional courtroom experience, she is a trained Collaborative Law Attorney and Mediator. Her commitment to various alternative dispute resolution processes allows her clients to have the option to resolve their matters in a more family-focused manner, without adversarial litigation.

Liberty is a founding member of “CLASP,” The Collaborative Law Association of Southwestern Pennsylvania, and a member of the “IACP,” The International Academy of Collaborative Professionals. She has been recognized by Pennsylvania Super Lawyers, both as a “Rising Star” and “Super Lawyer,” and has been recognized as a 2021 & 2022 “Best Lawyer” in The Best Lawyers in America, for her work in Family Law.

She is available for consultation and can be reached via email at or by phone at 724.776.8000.

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