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If you are separating or divorcing, this podcast is for you. Our host, Tamsin Caine is a Chartered Financial Planner and divorce specialist. In series one, Tamsin talks to professionals who can help you to make the right decisions about moving forward with your divorce to reach an amicable solution. In series two, Tamsin talks to real people who have been through divorce and have come out the other side. As well as seeing how you can manage amicable divorce, guests also offer their thoughts ...
 
If you, a friend or family member is facing a divorce or similar family law matter, then this show is for you. Here is where we share our experience and knowledge to help others navigate a challenging phase of life. This show is a re-broadcast of a Radio Show sponsored by Meriwether and Tharp, a law firm with over 40 lawyers focusing on divorce and family law matters.
 
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I am a licensed and bonded legal document assistant that specializes in helping families through the divorce process. We deliver informative information regarding free legal self help services and affordable legal services as they relate to divorce and family law. We are an alternative to hiring a divorce attorney and can prepare your entire divorce from start to finish for one flat rate. We currently serve all of Los Angeles County and provide a 100% online divorce process.
 
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In this episode, Kate is joined by Denise Evans and Suzanna Kingsford-Smith, to discuss no-fault divorce implementation in Australia and New Zealand, and what we can expect from the rollout of no-fault divorce on the 6th of April 2022 in England and Wales. Denise is a lawyer, mediator and arbitrator and has worked in family law for the last 30 year…
 
After a daunting weekend on Auntie duty, Naja sits down with parenting experts Kira Dorrian and Deana Thayer of futurefocusedparenting.com. The awesome duo have created a community that focuses on raising 'future adults' as opposed to just barely making it through childhood.By Naja Hall
 
In this show, Leh starts off with an announcement that is both happy and sad all at the same time. Then Leh and Todd discuss resources to help save your marriage if it is in the middle of a crisis; to help you improve your marriage; to help you prepare for your next marriage; and to help you improve your communication skills. They explain how to li…
 
In this episode, Kate is joined by Kathryn Colas, to discuss menopause and its impact on relationship breakdown. They explore what menopause is, how it can impact relationships and the importance of separating the impact of menopause on relationships from other causes of relationship breakdown. Kathryn founded SimplyHormones in 2007 following her o…
 
Stephen Hawking, who died in March 2018, was no ordinary scientist. His book A BRIEF HISTORY OF TIME was an international best seller and he became a very unusual sort of international celebrity, even starring in an episode of THE SIMPSONS. Marika Taylor and Hélène Mialet discuss his legacy... Like this podcast? Please help us by writing a review…
 
Tamsin speaks to family mediator Sarah Manning about hybrid meditation and how it can be used for couples, including those who have suffered abuse and domestic violence. I am a Senior Associate Solicitor and accredited family mediator and highly experienced having previously worked in family law for over 10 years. I advise and assist individuals in…
 
Today is the three-month count down until no-fault divorce is introduced in England & Wales. Kate is joined by Isabel Syred from Her Majesties Courts and Tribunal Services (HMCTS) with an exclusive no-fault divorce update on exactly what will change when the new law is introduced this April. Isabel is the Service Manager for Divorce and Financial R…
 
Light is one of the fundamental mysteries of our world. We still don't fully understand it. As an idea it is central to both philosophy and theology. At the darkest time of the year, Ilaria Bernocchi and Christopher Wadibia explore the theological and aesthetic significance of light in all its forms... Like this podcast? Please help us by writing a…
 
In today's show, Leh and Todd discuss Mediation, how it is structured, who is involved, why it is so valuable, and how to prepare for it. If you would like a transcript of this show, you can find it on our website. If you are enjoying the show, please take a moment to post a positive review about it. Not sure how? You can read about it here.…
 
In this show, Leh and Todd take on a variety of questions on different topics surrounding divorce and custody cases. The questions they take on include: Can my ex get out of selling the house by filing for bankrutpcy? Does the opposing party have to file a response with the Court in order to get a Court date for custody. If I do not file a response…
 
Leh and Todd explore what happened in Brittney Spears' conservatorship case and discuss the 'political' discussion that erupted from it. They explain what a Conservatorship is; when is it appropriate to appoint a conservator; review the facts that led up to the original appointment of a conservator and the facts that led up to its dismissal; and fi…
 
Tamsin speaks to divorce coach and author Claire Black. Claire has been through divorce herself and talks about her own experiences of divorce, along with how they helped her to form the work she now does. Her book is practical and non-judgemental. They also discuss how that came about. Claire Black is one of the UK’s leading Break-up and Divorce C…
 
In this episode, Kate is joined by Ash Pugh and Dan Martinez to discuss cryptocurrency and divorce. They explore how the cryptocurrency space is developing and its impact on divorce financial settlements. They also discuss the importance of equipping yourself with knowledge if your spouse has cryptocurrency and when you may need expert help if cryp…
 
LIVING IN HARMONY is a Woolf Institute outreach project which promotes understanding between Jews Muslims and Christians by demonstrating the shared musical heritage of the three faiths in the Middle East. Dunya Habash and Mohammed Ahmed explain how it works and play some examples... Like this podcast? Please help us by writing a review…
 
In this episode, Kate is joined by Marcie Shaoul and Anthony Syder to discuss co-parenting at Christmas from two different perspectives; a co-parenting coach and a child of divorce. Kate, Marcie and Anthony discuss common co-parenting pitfalls around the festive period, how to navigate blended families, what to do about presents and former traditio…
 
Attorney Aaron Thomas is a 2002 graduate from Harvard Law School and a 1998 graduate of Emory University. Since 2004, Aaron has been known as a skilled litigator, winning dozens of jury trials and bench trials in several metro Atlanta counties. He’s known as a family law specialist, representing clients in cases of divorce, custody and child suppor…
 
Was there a reluctance to follow government guidance and a tendency towards vaccine scepticism in strictly observant Jewish and Muslim communities? And does this underpin high rates of disease transmission among these groups? Speaking with Ed Kessler, the Woolf Institute's Julian Hargreaves and Shaima Hassan have each conducted some research... Lik…
 
Tamsin talks to multi seven figure business woman Lisa Johnson. Lisa is a passive and semi-passive income coach. She is twice divorced and has come back from the depths to develop the lifestyle and business she has today. Lisa’s story is an inspiration to many. It’s great to be able to share it with you. Lisa Johnson is a multi seven-figure busines…
 
In this show, Leh and Todd answer a variety of questions dealing with several different topics. The questions they discuss involve: What to do if you and your co-parent live in different states and there is no court order regarding parenting time? When should you file for a motion for contempt to enforce your parenting time? If my ex-wife continued…
 
What finally made the Good Friday Agreement in Northern Ireland work? Is it now coming under threat? Should we think of peace as a continuing process rather than as a goal? The historian Niamh Gallagher and leader of the Alliance Party John Alderdice reflect on a complex situation... Like this podcast? Please help us by writing a review…
 
Dr. Leyla Hussein went through her own Islamic divorce over 15 years ago, and has since spoken out about her marriage, her difficult divorce, finding happiness after divorce and ‘divorce parties’. In this episode, Kate and Leyla discuss the challenges surrounding her divorce, given her Somali and her husband’s Kenyan heritage as well as why she thi…
 
Naja chats with Cameron Normand, host of The Stepmom Diaries podcast, co-founder of The Stepmom Summit, and founder and CEO of This Custom Life, where she provides stepmoms with tools and advice to help them embrace their blended family lives. She is a Certified Stepparent Coach, the creator of the BLENDED Family Formula For Stepmom Success, and au…
 
Tamsin talks to Beth O’Riordan about her work with parents. She is a parenting coach and a psychotherapist. They talk about parenting in and out of divorce. She has some excellent ideas to keep us doing the best that we can! Bethan is a Psychotherapist and Mum of 3 who supports parents so that life is easier. Her work helps parents to meet their ow…
 
The reason that Leh and Todd do this show is to help people going through difficult times. That includes sharing resources that they believe will help their listeners. In today's show, they interview the co-hosts of the new podcast Co-Parenting Dilemmas. Their podcast takes listener questions and answers them on the show! After Diane and Rick expla…
 
Harriet Hadfield is a broadcaster and journalist who’s covered notable news stories for the BBC and Sky News over the past 15 years. Since her marriage broke down suddenly and unexpectedly last year, she and her 3-year-old son Jack have settled on the Isle of Wight to be near her family and to the beach. Jack’s dad lives in Switzerland so they have…
 
Have you ever wanted to talk to an actual psychologist that testifies for families in court? Today Naja chats with an actual psychologist that's gone to Family Court over 300 times! Dr. Baker. Kelley Baker earned her Ph.D. in Developmental, Social, and Personality Psychology and she has counseled individuals and families since 1994. Dr. Baker speci…
 
A divorce can quickly ruin the holidays for you and your children. It is rough. But, there are steps you can take to help create new positive memories for your children rather than nightmares they will never forget. In today's show, Leh and Todd talk about the D.A.I.L.Y. steps you can take to help improve your situation and create positive memories…
 
Rhetoric used to be a subject for study at schools and universities. These days, eloquence seems to be under threat from social media and the public can be suspicious of persuasive scientists and religious leaders. To mark the 100th edition of NAKED REFLECTIONS Rowan Williams and Chris Smith come together to discuss the merits and dangers of eloque…
 
Tamsin speaks to the Female Money Doctor, Nikki Ramskill, about being in a financially controlling relationship and how to get out of it. They also chat about her work with women around changing their money mindset. Dr Nikki, also known as The Female Money Doctor has over 12 years of experience as an NHS GP and women’s health specialist. She has ex…
 
In this episode, Kate is joined by Cecilia Corbetta and Judah Racham from Place2Be. Place2Be is a children’s mental health charity with over 25 years of experience working with pupils, families and staff in UK schools. Its mission is to improve children and young people’s mental health. Place2Be's vision is for all children and young people to have…
 
Paganism was omnipresent in the worlds of ancient Greece and Rome and their gods and myths have come down to us as part of our cultural inheritance. In northern Europe it took different forms but its traditions underpin many aspects of Christian ritual and symbolism. Kitty O'Lone and Ronald Hutton join Ed Kessler to explain a much misunderstood rel…
 
Tamsin speaks to founder of The Divorce Goddess, Tosh Brittan. Divorce coach Tosh has recently launched her new programme to help those divorcing to be kind to themselves, above all else. In this episode we talk more about Tosh’s journey to becoming a divorce coach, setting up The Divorce Goddess and why kindness is so important to her. Tosh Britta…
 
Kate is joined by Maria Boghiu and Graham Landi from Spill. Spill is a health-tech start-up with a mission to bring high-quality therapy to as many people as possible. Maria is Head of Product at Spill, with a background in tech as a software engineer and is currently in the process of re-training to become an existential therapist. She has a small…
 
It is that time of the year again where Leh and Todd talk about what the undead and monsters can do about their family law problems. To be clear, they both take what they do seriously, but this show is just for fun. This year, they get a visit from an old favorite, Dracula. He is having trouble seeing his grandkids because his daughter's family has…
 
Today Naja chats with Coach Ralph about overcoming narcissistic abuse, how she personally recovered from narcissistic abuse, and her mission to help others! Ralphiel Toulon is a badass wife, mother, and bonus mom who turned her darkest time dealing with the effects of being in a narcissistic relationship, into a mission to help women struggling in …
 
Kate is joined by Bec Jones and Anthony Syder. Bec has a background in family law as a family law solicitor with over 8 years’ experience and has also been through her own divorce. She is fantastic at offering pragmatic advice and is a fountain of knowledge when it comes to the legalities around divorce and separation. Bec has been a divorce coach …
 
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