Clark Hill Attorney Ada Snyder Kerwin to Participate in “Moving On: Women in Transition” Panel Discussion
DETROIT, MI –
Clark Hill attorney Ada Snyder Kerwin will participate in the panel discussion “Moving On: Women in Transition” on November 20, 2008 at The Corners (2075 Walnut Lake Road (Just West of Inkster Road) West Bloomfield, MI
This seminar will target those who have transitioned from being part of a “couple” to a single person due to an assortment of causes.
The panel will consist of Ada Kerwin, attorney, Mona J. Shane, experienced psychotherapist, and Beverly Tobocman, knowledgeable financial planner and the author of
Now That He’s Gone
Ada Snyder Kerwin
is a family lawyer who has a Masters degree in clinical psychology. As a psychologist, she specialized in family therapy working with individuals, couples and families. Prior to specializing exclusively in Family Law, Ms. Kerwin practiced criminal defense in federal and
courts. Ms. Kerwin was admitted to the State Bar of Michigan in 1983 and is a resident of the firm’s
Ms. Kerwin has completed extensive training in domestic relations mediation and collaborative law. For more information, go to
). She is experienced in litigation, mediation and collaborating with other professionals to serve the best interests of the family.
Ms. Kerwin concentrates her practice exclusively in Family Law.
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