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How is Covid Changing the way People Handle: Divorce, Real Estate, and Uncertainty with Elizabeth Austin & Sharon Ramage
April 23 @ 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm CDT
What You Can Learn
Discover How Covid is Changing the way People Handle: Divorce, Real Estate, and Uncertainty with One of DFW’s Top Producing Real Estate Consultants (Elizabeth Austin) and Family Law Attorney / CEO of The Ramage Law Group (Sharon Ramage).
Top Producing DFW based Real Estate Agent & Lead Agent on The Good Home Team
Elizabeth Austin is a Top Producing DFW based Real Estate Agent with 5 years experience helping 165+ clients buy and sell all over the metroplex. She is the lead agent on The Good Home Team who serves 200+ families a year with over 1500 homes sold. The team was formed in 2007 and built their business during the great recession helping families navigate real estate in the worst housing crisis the U.S. has ever seen. Elizabeth joined the team in 2015 as an agent eventually transitioning to running the team and helping other agents grow their business while simultaneously serving her clients. In April of 2019, Elizabeth made the decision to step down from leadership and pursue her passion and convert her business from that of a sales agent to true wealth consultant – helping advise clients through wealth building and managing their assets.
Sharon Ramage has devoted her entire professional career to helping families and children, as a social worker and as an attorney. As a former social worker, she saw first-hand the devastation that conflict causes for children and families. Since 1992, Sharon has devoted her law practice to helping families and children. Sharon primarily helps clients in family law and special education matters.
Sharon co-authored a book about children and the law, All About Texas Law and Kids, published by Texas Lawyer Press. She is frequently called upon to instruct other attorneys in the areas of her expertise. She has lectured other professionals on special education law topics by serving on the faculty of the National Academy for IDEA Administrative Law Judges & Hearing Officers as well as the National Administrative Law Judiciary Conferences. Sharon frequently lectures on special education and family law topics for local bar associations, parent groups and disability organizations.