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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.
 
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.
 
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.
 
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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Marilyn struggled in her high conflict marriage and with a 2 year old toddler she made the difficult and often criticized decision to divorce. Her ex was certain he would win primary custody and a large portion of her assets which she brought into the marriage. As the primary earner, her fear of both finances and parenting time were overwhelming. T…
 
No Means No – Episode 174 of the Divorce University Online Podcast. Much of the conflict between co-parents comes from “beating a dead horse” so to speak. We often see people argue back and forth endlessly, whether by email, through a messaging app, or text messages, and repeating their disagreements on an issue. Sometimes you have to agree to disa…
 
Domestic violence, stalking, sexual assault, mental and physical abuse, and human trafficking are all serious crimes in their own regards, but people often fail to remember the victims. We learn about the struggles that victims of these crimes face and the resources and help that is provided by the Women’s Center for Advancement of Omaha with speci…
 
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…
 
Today's show focuses on your children and how you can parent through divorce in a way that protects them from the animosity between you and your spouse and honors their rights. We talk with Dr. Mark Banschick, a child psychiatrist who share the negative impact and long term affects children experience when parents do not protect them from the hosti…
 
Over the past several years, there has been an upward demographic trend of couples over 50 years old ending long-term marriages. This trend has been coined “the gray divorce”. Divorcing later in life brings unique emotional and financial challenges. It also creates amazing opportunities for personal growth and choice about how you want to live your…
 
Jack of All Trades, Master of None – Episode 173 of the Divorce University Online Podcast. It seems daily life is a constant go, go, go and it can be difficult to manage everything that’s coming at us. And yet many of us have a hard time saying no and end up overcommitting ourselves. When we add divorce to that equation, it can make us want to craw…
 
What are the stalking laws in Nebraska? Stalking laws can very state to state and, even with stalking laws in place, you may be surprised to learn just how little they can actually be enforced. Stalking is not something to dismiss or belittle as it can lead to some tragic scenarios. Learn about the stalking laws Nebraska has in place to protect us,…
 
Once the decision to divorce has been made one of the greatest daily difficulties is how to live under the same roof with your STBX and all the contention that you are each feelings. The most effective way of approaching this stage is refining your communication and problem solving skills. Dr. Dan Thomason explains how easy it is to get caught in a…
 
Welcome back to Life After Divorce. In today’s episode, Improve Your Mindset, Mood and Movement with Healthy Nutrition, we dive into the connection between what we eat and how we feel. Our tendency to go for ‘comfort foods’ when stress is high and time is short undercuts our desire to have clarity of mind, control over our emotional reactions and t…
 
Starting Small – Episode 172 of the Divorce University Online Podcast. Divorce, like many challenging life events, is overwhelming for most people, especially in the beginning. It changes so many aspects of your life that you don’t know where to start putting out all the fires. In this episode, we’ll discuss starting small to avoid overwhelm and bu…
 
Legal Aid ​doesn’t get enough credit for the impact it has on ​our​communities. From free legal clinics to assistance in rural communities, the reach of Legal Aid across our country is incredible. Join us as we talk with Megan Moslander of Legal Aid of Nebraska, to learn about everything the lawyers in red do and how to help the people and communit…
 
In the early stages of divorce we experience a powerful emotional sting. Coming to terms with the fact that divorce IS part of your reality often happens when you begin to tell others about it. Today we discuss telling your spouse, children, family, friends and others. We look at the fears and resistance that arises and the questions that you want …
 
What's the difference between change and transition? And why should you care to know? Change is what happens on the outside, and transition is the psychological reorientation and inner integration of the changes that take place in your outer world. Divorce creates a huge amount of change, both for you and for your family. It can be extremely stress…
 
Having a will prepared and in place is something that too many of us delay or put off completely, but a will is one of the most important things you need to do for your family. In this episode, we discuss what happens when you die without a will - the legal consequences and challenges families face without a will in place. Contact Hightower/Reff La…
 
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.…
 
Your finances are certain to change during and after divorce and therefore raise fear in just about everyone facing this transition. Today we speak with Elizabeth Polizzi, a financial expert who specializes in strategizing around the finances of divorce. She discusses how vital it is to be informed and educated in order to negotiate the best possib…
 
If you want to end fear of aging once and for all, Dr. Kaiser’s talk is for you. You’ll learn 4 keys to a healthy active life post divorce and how to take charge of your health in a positive way. Join us this week as we speak with Dr. Ron Kaiser, a positive health psychologist who emphasizes Living Life with Enthusiasm at every age by promoting tec…
 
Don’t Get Too Close to the Edge – Episode 171 of the Divorce University Online Podcast. Many couples have parenting differences during their relationship that become more magnified through a divorce or separation. Sometimes parents find themselves worried about their children when the children are in the other parent’s care or they do not agree wit…
 
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…
 
Mediation is a non-adversarial approach to divorcing outside of the court system. Join us as Andrea Vacca explains who is a good fit for mediation, how it differs from other avenues for divorcing and takes us through a typical mediation case from beginning to end. You will be sure to know if this is the right fit for you and if so what to expect as…
 
It's easy to judge when we are in the stress of divorce. You may be still harboring hurt and anger from your spouse's betrayal, or other "bad" behavior, that makes it seem like you are justified in your judgment. The problem with judgment is that it keeps you in a reactive state of mind where you are simply unable to do your best thinking. And, it …
 
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…
 
While navigating divorce, fear of the unknown often drives us to replace our uncertainty with a catastrophic worst case scenario about our future. However, our greatest fears rarely come true. Today’s session is designed to provide you with hope and encouragement as you hear one woman’s journey from fear and overwhelm to a post divorce life that is…
 
What is the fate of Roe v Wade and what are the implications for women across the United States? Susan and Tracy are joined by Andi Curry Grubb, the state executive director of Nebraska Planned Parenthood, North Central States, to talk about what is at stake, what the Supreme Court decision could mean for women, and what we can do about it in our o…
 
Collaborative divorce is the newest ‘kid on the block’ when it comes to divorce. It is a process in which you and your spouse commit to staying out of the court system and working in a spirit of creative problem solving, transparency and trust. Beth Dalena, Esq. shares what a Collaborative Divorce looks like and who is a good couple candidate and w…
 
Welcome back to another episode of Life After Divorce. Today we are talking about physical activity and how moving your body and getting out in nature revitalizes you mentally, physically and spiritually. Our hope is that our conversation inspires you to find your unique passion for movement and begin to see the wide array of benefits you experienc…
 
What Is a Through Line? – Episode 170 of the Divorce University Online Podcast. Through Line is a term you’ll be familiar with if you have acting experience. When someone portrays a character they develop a through-line for the character that helps guide them in predicting how a character will behave in various circumstances. In applying this to ou…
 
Abortion rights have been under attack since the passage of Roe V Wade, but in order for us to understand where the law is headed we must first learn about the history already made. On this podcast we learn about Abortion Laws, attacks on abortion rights, and a brief history of how we got to where we are today as Tracy and Susan are joined by Andi …
 
Most people considering divorce expect that they will have to ‘litigate’ in order to legally divorce. There is also a lot of criticism around the litigation process. Listen in as Wendy Samuelson, Esq. shares the benefits and protections of working within the courts to divorce. Wendy shares what litigating means, how the process typically unfolds an…
 
Living under one roof while going through a divorce may be more common than you think. It may be that neither spouse will agree to leave the marital home, finances make it challenging to support two homes, or both spouses agree it is in the children’s best interest to physically separate at a later date. Cohabitating during the divorce process can …
 
New Beginnings – Episode 169 of the Divorce University Online Podcast. Most people that go through a divorce or breakup feel like everything is falling apart. We tend to focus on the loss, the loss of family, the loss of finances, the loss of who we were in that relationship. But life becomes hopeful again when you shift your perspective to the fut…
 
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