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Do’s & Don’ts From a Divorce Attorney – Virtual Strong Savvy Women Meeting

March 13 @ 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

Top New York Divorce Attorney Sandra Radna will share her top tips for divorce and post-divorce issues. Plus will be taking a Q&A!

Sandra Radna is a top New York Divorce Attorney and will be sharing her top tips with our Strong Savvy Women support group for single/divorcing/divorced women!

She will cover everything from starting a divorce, making smart decisions during the process and how to handle post-divorce issues. So wherever you are, there will be important information you need to know!

Sandra is kind and compassionate with her clients – but has also been described as a “pitbull with a heart.” Sandra is extremely empathetic and has taken on many domestic abuse cases. She has handled highly contentious and complex cases successfully through to trial when necessary. Sandra has been practicing law since 1993 and her many years of experience coupled with her empathy for others results in success for her clients. Sandra is also author of the book “You’re Getting Divorced…Now What?” And in February, The Wall Street Journal published that Lawyers for Distinction Recognized her as one of 2024’s most influential lawyers in the country. She was one of four Family Lawyers recognized in the United States.

Amy Polacko of Freedom Warrior Coaching ( founded Strong Savvy Women to prevent single women from feeling alone – and to empower them financially, physically and emotionally. She coaches women during/after a divorce or toxic relationship and helps them create an amazing next chapter. Strong Savvy Women is under this umbrella and its Facebook support community is free for all women, no matter what stage they are at in the process.

The March 13 meeting will happen on Zoom at 7:30pm and while attendees are encouraged to interact with others you certainly can show up and listen in without revealing your identity. Our first 30 minutes is a support group sharing format, followed by our speaker and then the Q&A portion. We do protect everyone’s privacy and some women choose to use only their first name or intials. The cost for the event is $30 and you can register on the Eventbrite link (Amy is covering Eventbrite ticket fees). You will receive a Zoom link before the meeting. If you cannot make it live, you will still receive a recording of the event if you are registered.

Founder Amy Polacko has written about family court, the Catherine Kassenoff case, divorce trends, domestic abuse, coercive control and singlehood in national publications like HuffPost, The Independent, NBC News, The Washington Post and Newsweek.

Learn more about the group and its Facebook community here: or contact Amy Polacko at

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