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Divorce provides a perfect opportunity to begin identifying and practicing new ways of thinking, being, and doing. Our Journey Beyond Divorce podcasts help you to navigate the shifting world that you currently inhabit, and utilize your struggles as stepping-stones that lead to inner strength, clarity, and confidence. If you are seeking personal one-on-one coaching visit www.JourneyBeyondDivorce.com.
 
The purpose of “A Year and a Day” is to provide information and tips for getting through a separation and divorce without destroying family relationships or the family finances. In the first episode, host Jaime Davis discusses issues related to co-parenting with Dr. Lori Thomas, a licensed psychologist with Wynns Family Psychology. Future episodes will include conversations with marriage therapists, financial planners, and private investigators, as well as discussions of topics such as media ...
 
Fred Campos, @FullCustodyDad on Twitter, shares his unique experience of winning a paternity suit and being full custody, of his then 4-year-old daughter. As a non-attorney but a male parent, he shares unique ideas on how to be a better parent and ultimately win a child custody suit. Fred's goal is to help good parents caught in the complicated process of divorce or child custody. This show has parenting and custody tips as well as attorney interviews from state to state.
 
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.
 
Veteran Divorce, Child Custody, & Family Law Attorney, Leigh Sellers, serves as your guide through the foreign world of Splitsville – an alien place with its own rules, its own expectations, and even its own language. You won't find it on Google Maps, and your GPS won't work here. So if you’re feeling lost, you’re in the right place. With decades of experience serving clients in North Carolina (Charlotte, Monroe, Waxhaw, Concord, Gastonia, Weddington, NC) and South Carolina (Fort Mill, Rock ...
 
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Understanding and skillfully engaging in the Art of Negotiation is vital for you, the high net worth individual. Today we discuss the value and nuance of negotiating with mastery. Familiarize yourself with the essential steps to negotiating your divorce settlement with mastery. This includes understanding both your legal rights and financial risks …
 
Your Emotions Are Your Biggest Enemy in 2021 – Episode 123 of the Divorce University Online Podcast. High emotions are common in divorce. After all, this is your family so who would expect you not to be upset. It is in this emotional state that many people hire an “aggressive” attorney or try to negotiate with their ex about the kids or money. This…
 
Once a quarter, Leh and Todd like to dedicate a show to marriages. From seeing 1000's of failed marriages, they learn many things not to do in marriage as well as things you should do to help build a healthy, happy marriage. In today's show, they pull together 10 new years resolutions to help build a healthy marriage in 2021. They assembled ideas f…
 
Kevin is a deeply dedicated family man, primary earner with a high pressure career and two young girls that he adores. When he was facing divorce, he reached out for both emotional and practical support. Kevin struggled with his wife's changing behavior as she pulled away from her primary care taker role and re-engaged in her career as a stewardess…
 
Don’t Let the Turkeys Get You Down in 2021 – Episode 122 of the Divorce University Online Podcast. I think we all agree that 2020 was a really rough year. If you’ve been going through a divorce or breakup in the midst of everything else going on in the world, then it’s been an even rougher year! In this episode, we’ll talk about creating your visio…
 
The way we communicate will make or break our divorce. It will move us closer to what we desire or farther away. It will invite curiosity and compromise or judgement and destruction. In order to be able to communicate with mastery, we need to first be aware of our triggers and ways of behaving under stress. We also need to be able to read other peo…
 
Helping Your Children with Transitions – Episode 121 of the Divorce University Online Podcast. The transition between two homes can be emotional for children. Depending on the child and their age, they may say they don’t want to go, they may cry, or have a fit. So, when should you worry? Should you ask your child why they don’t want to go? These st…
 
Adult children are often overlooked and forgotten when their parents divorce later in life. They are men and women, ages 18 to 50. Some are single; some married. Some have children of their own. All of them are in different stages of shock, fear, and sudden, dramatic change. As adults, their parents tend to overlook, minimize or diminish feelings a…
 
Build Your Cocoon – Episode 120 of the Divorce University Online Podcast. When we go through a divorce or separation, our relationship has typically hit a stage where the other person is toxic to us. Yet, we are often a glutton for punishment and continue to engage, often through conflict. It’s important for your own well-being that you learn to ap…
 
Jessica met her husband out of high school and was married in her early 20's. She moved from her parent's house to her home with her husband and heavily relied on him for so much. Infidelity and broken trust ended her marriage a few years later and left Jessica lost and afraid. Through her divorce and coaching, Jessica noticed a lot about herself, …
 
Level Up Your Parenting – Episode 119 of the Divorce University Online Podcast. Parenting is different after divorce and many times, parents to struggle to find the new norm. Sometimes, we try to wait until the situation “calms down” and think it will be easier for everyone if we wait to make changes. Or, we try to “protect” the kids from issues wi…
 
In this show, Leh and Todd tackle questions about Adultery. The questions they answer include: Do I have to answer all questions if I am being deposed as a mistress? Can I sue my ex for cheating while we were married Or get better child support ? Can I sue the man, my wife is cheating on me with. How much a stay at home mom should get from her ex h…
 
If you have young children, there is an ongoing need to communicate with your coparent about the business of raising your children. For many high conflict divorces, we know this ongoing communication will be an invitation to more conflict and contention. Today’s guest explains that it doesn’t have to be that way. Michael Daniels is the founder and …
 
Divorcing couples often find themselves at a loss when trying to determine how to handle what is often their largest asset, the family home. Who stays in the home? What does the person who is leaving the home do for a substitute home? How do you finance these decisions? On this episode of Welcome to Splitsville, we have invited Senior Mortgage Cons…
 
Don’t Wish for Things to Be Easier – Episode 118 of the Divorce University Online Podcast. We sometimes develop of a habit of wishing our lives away. We wish for things to be easier, to get better. We hope that the future will have less struggle. But we forget that the struggle is part of what shapes us and builds our character. So, what if we wish…
 
People often have questions about how to best protect their children and their assets during a divorce, but one area that they often overlook is protecting their data and making sure that their spouse can’t access their devices accidentally or otherwise. In this episode host Jaime Davis explores this topic with Rusty Gilmore, a Security Consultant …
 
As two mom's grapple with the dissolution of their marriage, Monique shares the deep rooted emotional issues she faced and overcame and the positive, powerful impact working on herself through coaching provided. Monique describes the tenderness of how her wife's fear of being the 'non-biological' parent impacted their negotiations as did Monique's …
 
How to Solve Any Divorce Disagreement – Episode 117 of the Divorce University Online Podcast. Are you having a conflict with your ex and cannot seem to escape the constant battle with your ex? In this episode, we will discuss tactics you can use to diffuse any argument that comes up with your ex. Join us as we share our favorite resources for solvi…
 
Divorces caused by adultery are filled with emotion for obvious reasons. But what impact does it have on the actual outcome of the case from a legal perspective? In this show, Leh and Todd explore its impact on Child Custody, Child Support, Alimony, and Equitable Division of Property. They also discuss the Financial and Emotion impact it has on the…
 
In this show, Leh and Todd explore the claims that Nicole Young is making against her husband's (Dr. Dre) assets. They also discuss the interesting claim that Orianne Cevey is trying to make against Phil Collins 12 years after their divorce. They wrap up the show by answering certain specific questions about the division of marital assets and deali…
 
A Parent Coordinator (PC) helps mediate and resolve disputes between parents in high conflict divorces. A PC is often a vital support both during and post divorce. If you find it impossible to make joint decisions with your STBX and virtually every interaction turns into a struggle or a power play, this podcast is for you!! Parent Coordinators can …
 
Co-Parenting with a Narcissist! – Episode 116 of the Divorce University Online Podcast. Are you co-parenting with a narcissist? Many of us have exes that aren’t necessarily diagnosed with narcissism but who definitely exhibit behaviors associated with narcissism. Narcissists are a special breed and there are definite do’s and don’ts when co-parenti…
 
Today's episode is of a young marriage that ended suddenly, the pain and confusion Rachel experienced and her Pheonix Rising from the Ashes story. Rachel shares what she learned about herself and how both her divorce and dating experiences helped her grow. As she healed, Rachel was able to acknowledge what was missing in her marriage, even though s…
 
When you are involved in a child custody case, there are several types of evaluations you may encounter including custody evaluations, psychological evaluations, and substance abuse assessments. In this episode host Jaime Davis and fellow family law attorney Melissa Essick discuss what these evaluations entail and offer practical tips for parents w…
 
Knowledge is Power! – Episode 115 of the Divorce University Online Podcast. Knowledge is power, but divorce is a specific type of knowledge. How do you educate yourself in the right way about divorce? It’s helpful to seek advice, but the wrong kind of advice can create an epic battle between you and your ex. In this episode, we’ll share our best re…
 
Today we speak with a guest who explains that Parallel Parenting IS Co-parenting, it is simply a more effective approach to high conflict co-parenting. The refreshing tone of this conversation acknowledges how unreasonable it is to expect to be able to follow the amicable co-parenting rules when your parenting partner is ‘disordered’ and has proven…
 
Stories from the Battlefield! – Episode 114 of the Divorce University Online Podcast. In this episode, we share stories of how we’ve seen clients succeed and fail during their divorce cases. Your family and their future are on the line so it’s important for you to understand the key building blocks of a successful divorce outcome. It’s also valuabl…
 
Today we speak to a former JBD client and current JBD coach. Diane shares how she learned to accept her ex for who he is and designed a realistic and amicable post divorce relationship with him. Diane needed to understand what was and wasn't realistic when dealing with alcoholism, addiction and mental illness. Letting go of judgment around who the …
 
What Do You Really Want? – Episode 113 of the Divorce University Online Podcast. Many people going through divorce re-evaluate their life. Divorce creates a “clean slate” that allows you to rebuild the life you choose. But how can we get focused? How do we create long term goals while solving all of the temporary problems that must be solved when d…
 
Parental Alienation is a persistent, consistent rejection of a parent caused by the actions of the other parent. It is a form of domestic violence and child abuse as the child has been manipulated to reject one parent. The psychological impact this has on the child is severe. The child develops a psychological split. The impact on the alienated par…
 
Leh and Todd had the privilege of interviewing Erika Anne Englund, the Chief of Strategy for SupportPay. Erika came on the show for two reasons. First, she shared with us SupportPay. This App really helps co-parents easily and quickly manage their child support and shared child expenses. She told us the inspiration for the software as well as how i…
 
Easing Kids Into a Parenting Schedule – Episode 112 of the Divorce University Online Podcast. Divorce is a major transition for the entire family. So, how do you help your kids adjust? Is it best to try and ease your kids into a schedule or should you just tear off the band-aid and fully implement a schedule. There are pros and cons no matter how y…
 
Steve was trapped in a high conflict marriage for a long time. He knew he had to get out when he "didn't even want to be in the same zip code" with his wife. He reached out for coaching support when the constant barrage of texts and emails filled with contention and accusation was hijacking his every day. He discusses the benefits he received throu…
 
Decision Making in Divorce – Episode 111 of the Divorce University Online Podcast. Do you have decision fatigue? Making decisions during divorce are particularly difficult because emotions are running high. In addition, the decisions required of you are often of a critical nature because they involve family, finances, and our future. So, how do you…
 
You only get one chance to deal with the debt in a divorce, so it is critical to get it right. When you don’t, it can become a nightmare that feels like it will never go away. In this show Leh and Todd discuss some forms of debt that arise in a divorce and how to deal with them, including Credit Cards, Store Credit, Auto Loans, Taxes, Business Loan…
 
When negotiating child custody in a high conflict divorce, parents sometimes need the assistance of a custody evaluator to help determine the best shared parenting schedule and decision making responsibilities. If that is the path you are on, understanding the role of a custody evaluator and how to best prepare for their process is vital. Today we …
 
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