Financial and legal education

Divorce on the Horizon? Considerations for Women

A three-hour seminar to help those considering divorce or in the early stages of the divorce process. The information learned in the seminar will empower participants to make sound decisions as they consider their next steps. Call 636-970-3000 for the next seminar.

Financial Education Curricula

Core competencies of various curricula available in the St. Louis Metro area. This resource is under construction. Comparison chart and links to curricula descriptions (XLSX)

Get Checking

A six-hour class to help you access checking account services even if you have had problems in the past. Learn low-cost checking options, how to avoid costly fees and how to balance your checkbook. Learn more about Get Checking | Get Checking trifold brochure (PDF)

Women's Financial Education Series

A five-week, educational series to help you learn to take control of your financial life by learning more about financial management, credit and debt management, estate planning, insurance, investing and retirement planning. There is no promotion of products or services. The series is offered semi-annually. Learn more about the Women's Financial Education Series.

Useful Forms

Household inventory (PDF)
Net worth statement (PDF)

For more information contact:
Suzanne Gellman, family financial education specialist