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50. The Fairy Godmother of Divorce with Nicole Noonan

Happy Even After with Ms. Renee Bauer

Divorce is tough, expensive, and generally not a walk in the park! Wouldn’t it be nice if you could have someone wave a wand and make it easier?Well, there may not be that quick of a fix BUT thankfully, there are people out there whose mission it is to make it a little less challenging.Nicole Noonan, Esq., is considered the “Fairy Godmother of Divorce” and has been featured on Good Morning America, Bloomberg TV, Huffington Post, The Economist, Forbes, Fortune, NYT.She is an experienced divorce attorney who stepped away from practicing and founded New Chapter Capital, Inc. to help people finance their divorce proceedings so they were not walking away from less than they were entitled to simply because the money had run out.For over a decade, Nicole has been revolutionizing the practice of matrimonial law and divorce finance.Nicole is an advocate for the protection of women and their rights and we talk about the ugly truth of divorce – it’s expensive!Tune into this week’s Happy Even After Podcast to meet this Fairy Godmother!Guest InfoIG: @nicolenonnanofficial

23mins

26 May 2021

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Can't Afford to Get Divorced? Nicole Noonan, Esq, "Fairy Godmother of Divorce", Will HELP YOU PAY FOR IT!

Moms Moving On: Navigating Divorce, Single Motherhood & Co-Parenting.

It's no secret that getting divorced can get EXPENSIVE.  In fact, far too many people stay in unhappy marriages simply because they think they cannot afford to get divorced. Our podcast guest Nicole Noonan is debunking that myth.  She is CEO and Founder of New Chapter Capital Inc,, a company that specializes in divorce financing assistance by providing funds specifically for individuals involved in divorce proceedings. Included in our divorce financing assistance, we provide funding for legal fees, and reasonable living expenses by funding you a portion of your expected settlement, enabling you to engage qualified attorneys and experts for your case. Yes, you read that right. Her company will help you pay for your divorce.   For over a decade, Nicole has been revolutionizing the practice of matrimonial law and divorce finance. Recognized by New York Magazine as New York’s Women Leaders in the Law 2014. Nicole holds a BA from Boston College and a JD from Seton Hall University School of Law. As a former matrimonial attorney Nicole is very familiar with the issues facing the non-moneyed spouse. She remains a member of the New Jersey Bar. Nicole is a nationally recognized divorce expert. Crowned the “Fairy Godmother of Divorce” by the New York Post’s Julia Marsh, Nicole is an advocate for the protection of women and their rights. Nicole is a frequent featured speaker on Bloomberg’s “Talking Stock with Pimm Fox”. She has been featured on Good Morning America, Bloomberg TV, and WLNY’s “The Couch”.

27mins

26 Aug 2020

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"Funding to Untie the Knot" with Nicole Noonan, Esq. on Negotiate Your Best Life with Rebecca Zung #234

Negotiate Your Best Life Podcast with Rebecca Zung

Are you getting ready to divorce and wondering how you are going to pay for it all?  Does your spouse control all the finances so you feel like you won't get a fair deal in your divorce?  Do you need to hire a lawyer or invest in good resources but have no money to do so?  In this episode, Rebecca talks with Nicole Noonan, Esq., CEO of New Chapter Capital Inc which specializes in divorce funding.   If you need to learn how you are going to afford a divorce so you can take back your power by divorcing with dignity, then this episode is a must listen.   More About Nicole  Nicole Noonan, Esq., CEO of New Chapter Capital Inc., specializes in divorce funding. She formerly served as President of Novitas US. She is a nationally recognized divorce expert and pioneer of divorce funding.  Crowned the “Fairy Godmother of Divorce” by the New York Post.  Formerly President of National Divorce Capital, prior to which she was Director at BBL Churchill.  Recognized by New York Magazine as New York’s Women Leader’s in the Law 2014. She has been seen on Good Morning America, Bloomberg TV, WLNY’s “The Couch” and WPIX.  She also been featured in The Huffington Post’s Women in Business, American Banker, The Economist, Forbes Magazine, Fortune Magazine, and The New York Times.   Nicole is an experienced attorney who practiced with a number of top-rated divorce law firms throughout her career. She was instrumental in the litigation of a large number of complex family law cases involving both financial and custody disputes, including some of the leading reported cases on these areas.   Nicole holds a BA from Boston College and a JD from Seton Hall University School of Law. She clerked for the Hon. Douglas M. Fasciale, J.S.C., Nicole is an active member of the New Jersey Bar Association, American Bar Association, New York Women's Bar Association and the Westchester Bar Association. She sits on the Seton Hall University Stillman School of Business Leadership Council. Additionally, she is a certified New York Mediator.   _______________________________________________________________________________________ THIS WEEK'S SPONSOR INFORMATION:   For more information from our Sponsor BetterHelp.com Online Counseling, offering convenient and private online access to licensed therapists from the comfort of your own home, visit www.betterhelp.com/breakingfree  Listeners of the podcast will receive 10% off on their first month of counseling with discount code "BREAKINGFREE"! ____________________________________________________________________ For more information on REBECCA ZUNG, ESQ. visit her website www.rebeccazung.com and follow her on Instagram: @rebeccazung and YouTube! GRAB YOUR FREE CRUSH MY NEGOTIATION PREP WORKSHEET RIGHT HERE!  SUBSCRIBE TO MY YOUTUBE CHANNEL RIGHT HERE.  Grab a copy of Rebecca's book, Negotiate Like You M.A.T.T.E.R.: The Sure Fire Method to Step Up and Win (foreword written by Robert Shapiro).   It went straight to being a #1 bestseller the first day it was launched!  Find out what everyone is so excited about - get the book RIGHT HERE!  To get your copy of Rebecca's bestselling book, Breaking Free: A Step by Step Guide to Achieving Emotional, Physical and Spiritual Freedom, please visit the Amazon website to order it RIGHT HERE.    Rebecca also is available for keynote speeches, and speaks around the country on "How to Successfully Negotiate With a High Conflict Personality" and "Win Any Negotiation in Just 6 Steps". _______________________________________________________________________________________________________________ CONTACT US:  rebecca@rebeccazung.com WEBSITE:   www.negotiateyourbestlifepodcast.com ........................................................................................................................ Remember to follow THE NEGOTIATE YOUR BEST LIFE PODCAST on social media for updates and inside tips and information: Instagram Finally, we'd really appreciate it if you would visit iTunes and give us a 5 Star Rating and tell us what you like about the show - your feedback really matters  DISCLAIMER:  THE COMMENTARY AND OPINIONS AVAILABLE ON THIS PODCAST ARE FOR INFORMATIONAL PURPOSES ONLY AND NOT FOR THE PURPOSE OF PROVIDING LEGAL ADVICE.  YOU SHOULD CONTACT AN ATTORNEY IN YOUR STATE TO OBTAIN LEGAL ADVICE WITH RESPECT TO ANY PARTICULAR ISSUE OR PROBLEM.

26mins

24 Aug 2020

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Divorce Funding with Nicole Noonan, Esq.

The Divorce Survival Guide Podcast

This week on the show, we have a woman who has been crowned The Fairy Godmother of Divorce by the New York Post! Nicole Noon, Esq. is a nationally recognized divorce expert and pioneer of divorce funding.  And she's super cool.   So what is divorce funding? It’s very much like getting an advance so that you can afford to go through your divorce. If you’ve decided it is time to leave your marriage, but are stuck due to finances, then divorce funding might help you move forward. Nicole helps us understand what it is and how it can help women get through financial hurdles.  Show Highlights Divorce funding, what it is and how it can help. (4:00) Some of the ways in which you can use the funds. (8:47)) Securing a divorce fund and the process from start to finish. (10:00) How having your credit destroyed by your husband can affect your ability to apply for and get funds. (11:28) The logistics of divorce funding, including how to access the money, terms for paying it back, and more. (21:00) Some resources for women who can't afford to go the usual divorce route. (26:00) Learn More About Nicole Noonan, Esq.:  Nicole Noonan, Esq., CEO of New Chapter Capital Inc., specializes in divorce funding. She formerly served as President of Novitas US. She is a nationally recognized divorce expert and pioneer of divorce funding.  Crowned the “Fairy Godmother of Divorce” by the New York Post. Recognized by New York Magazine as New York’s Women Leader’s in the Law 2014. She has been seen on Good Morning America, Bloomberg TV, WLNY’s “The Couch” and WPIX.   She also been featured in The Huffington Post’s Women in Business, American Banker, The Economist, Forbes Magazine, Fortune Magazine, and The New York Times  Resources & Links: Nicole’s website  Nicole on InstagramNicole on LinkedInNicole on Facebook  Nicole on Twitter The Ultimate Divorce Survival GuideShould I Stay or Should I Go Facebook Group

30mins

18 Aug 2020

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0222: Divorce Funding with Nicole Noonan, CEO of New Chapter Capital, Inc.

Divorce and Your Money - #1 Divorce Podcast

To get in touch with Nicole Noonan, visit newchaptercapital.com or call (212) 404-7807. Visit us at divorceandyourmoney.com for the #1 divorce resources in the USA and get personalized help. Shawn Leamon: All right. Today we have Nicole Noonan. She is the CEO of New Chapter Capital, which is a firm that deals with a topic we haven't covered in a while, but a very important one, which is divorce funding. Nicole, welcome to the show. Nicole Noonan: Thanks so much. Happy to be here. Yeah. Shawn Leamon: Why don't you tell us what New Chapter Capital does? What is divorce funding? What does that mean? Nicole Noonan: So New Chapter Capital and divorce funding provides liquidity for individuals going through a divorce, that would not otherwise have access to it. So we provide an advance against the potential settlement. And the advance can be used for legal fees, expert costs, and for living expenses. Nicole Noonan: And this is something that I saw, in my own practice, a real need for, where one spouse had more money than the other. And they cut up their credit cards, and try to back them into taking a settlement less than what they're entitled to. Shawn Leamon: And so, to simplify, I mean, liquidity is money. So you're giving them the funds to get through the divorce process. Nicole Noonan: Exactly. Yeah. Shawn Leamon: And the objective then is to level the playing field, it sounds like. Nicole Noonan: Right, right. So they can go out and hire the right attorneys, the right experts. We don't want someone to have, I'm going to use a generalization, their husbands go out. They're the money, the bread earners. They're going to go hire top counsel for the divorce. Nicole Noonan: And the wife is going to have to go borrow money from friends or family and go hire someone who's fresh out of law school. And this is their first divorce case. We don't want that. We want them to have equal representation. And that's what they're entitled to. Shawn Leamon: Yeah. So I think a lot of people, I mean, anyone who's not the primary breadwinner in the house, if there is one, probably is at a pretty significant disadvantage, at least from my experience, in terms of having the available money to go and start paying legal fees. Shawn Leamon: I was just talking to someone yesterday. And they had some money in savings, but basically drained all of it within the first month or so of the process. How does someone know that they'll be a good candidate? How do you figure out whether they should contact you? Kind of gives me the overview, as someone should evaluate kind of this divorce funding, versus using credit cards, or borrowing from family and friends, as you mentioned. How does someone think about that? Nicole Noonan: Yeah, no. So, we always say, people save for their wedding. You plan for the wedding, the dress, the cake, the caterers, the band. So when it comes time to divorce, no one's sitting there planning for a rainy day divorce. So if you don't have access to your own money, you're going to have to go to friends or family, potentially, or you're going to have to take out credit cards. Nicole Noonan: Now, that being said, not everyone needs to have an attorney. Not everyone needs full-blown litigation. I always say, it's best to sit down with your spouse, if you can, open up a bottle of wine, have dinner. And say, "Hey, these are my 10 non-negotiables. What are your 10?" And hash it out as much as possible. Because you'd rather send your child to college than send your attorney's child's at college. Nicole Noonan: But that's not always a possibility. That being said, if you're fighting over ... There's case law, very interesting things. I get it for animals. People want to fight over animals. But fighting over your baseball card collection, or your Nintendo set. Or fighting over something with no value, it's really not worth putting a fight on something like that. Nicole Noonan: So what we say is, if there's an asset, usually it's a house, and how it's going to be divided. And if you can't work it out, or if there's a custody dispute, and you can't work it out, then you're probably going to need to retain some sort of expert, whether it's an attorney or a mediator. And at that point, it's going to be divided. The money's going to be divided. Nicole Noonan: And that's when we come in. That's where we can say, "Hey, okay, let's figure out what you're going to be entitled to, and what we can potentially advance you." So you can go in and, unfortunately, sometimes have that fight with the attorneys, and the accountants and whatnot. Shawn Leamon: So what stage then are people normally coming to you, or do you normally help people? Are these people who are at the beginning stages of the divorce? So still literally may be at the kitchen table, and haven't really started the process yet, in some cases. Or are they generally kind of early or midway through the process? How does someone know the timing, in terms of when to contact you? Nicole Noonan: Yeah. Shawn, I've been doing this for 15 years, between my own practice, mediation, and for divorce funding. So I get people from all over the country at all stages of the divorce, whether they're looking to say, "Hey, I'm looking to hire an attorney in California. Who would you recommend?" Now, I don't give them one. I give them a list of people. Nicole Noonan: And then they may come back to us and say, "Hey, you know what? I want to hire Joe something such, and I want your funding. Let's start an application." There are also the people that are on the eve of trial. And I get a call from an attorney saying, "Hey, we thought this was going to be a $10,000 case. Looks like going to cost another $30,000 to take it to trial, because no one's settling at the courthouse steps." That's when we come in. So, really, it depends on the case. Shawn Leamon: And does someone need to have an attorney as part of this? Or if I'm going through the process representing myself, or more or less by myself, am I a candidate for funding? Nicole Noonan: Yeah, no. You have to have an attorney. We don't represent any people that are representing themselves. Yeah. Shawn Leamon: Okay. No, no. Fair enough. So let's say I figure out that there may be an option for me to get some funding. How does the process work? Nicole Noonan: Try to make it as simple as possible. Because, honestly, money is stressful. Divorce is stressful. So talking about money and divorce is super stressful. So we send an application to the firm, to work with the client and the firm, of what they're looking for in terms of funding, and what the marital asset pool is. And the reason we send it to the firm is it's not their first rodeo, but it's potentially the client's first rodeo. Nicole Noonan: Documents are sent to us. It goes to our underwriters. We try to make a decision as quickly as possible, again, because it's a stressful time. So usually within three business days, unless we're asking for more documentation. And, of course, the more complex the divorce, the longer it may take. But, traditionally, it's three business days. Nicole Noonan: Once the client's approved, documents are sent to the client. We do ask the client to review it with an independent counsel. So it does not need to be a matrimonial attorney, cannot be the matrimonial attorney you're using, but it can be any attorney that's practicing within your state. Documents are then sent back to us. And the whole process can be done in as little as two weeks. Nicole Noonan: Usually, the longest portion of it takes place when we're trying to find counsel to review the documents with you and get them in, especially in light of the time we're living in right now. Shawn Leamon: And I'm going to make up a very low number, but just for the sake of example, if you were to lend me $100 ... The divorce process could be another month, or it could be another for three years. When do I have to pay that money back? Nicole Noonan: When you settle. So we get it. Unlike a credit card, we have to worry about monthly payments. We understand. I mean, I've been doing this for a very long time. And the people I work with have been doing this for a very long time. It may take two years to sell a house right now. So you may decide, "I'm going to get 50% of the house. You're going to get 50% of the house." And we'll have to wait until you get the house sold. Nicole Noonan: Unlike a law firm, where they're not really willing to wait. And if they are, it's also not great. And as an attorney who's done this before, where we would say, "Okay, well, we'll carry this case. And hopefully, at trial, at settlement, we'll get repaid." And it takes another two years, three years, especially during the housing crisis, for us to get repaid. So it's not great business for law firms. Nicole Noonan: But let them do what they do best, let them represent you. And let us fund you, so you take the pressure off them and the pressure off yourself. Shawn Leamon: And then is there an interest rate? Or is it a fee? Or how do you kind of charge someone? How do you make money, basically, is what I'm asking? How's this all work? Nicole Noonan: No, I'd love to do this as a charity. And honestly, that's my next chapter, and my new chapter is hopefully being able to give back. Because I just think that there's such a need for this, for people who don't have a lot of assets, but that really need funding to get them to their new chapter and move on. Nicole Noonan: But we do. We have a monthly fee. But nothing is due until you get to settlement. So they don't have to stress about that. No. Shawn Leamon: Got it. And so when do you finally get to a settlement, or there's an order or something, the papers are signed, and as the assets are getting moved from one place to another, is when your repayment? Nicole Noonan: Exactly. Shawn Leamon: Got it. How does someone know if they're ... One of the common issues that comes up with a lot of my clients, is people have different levels of their credit, let's just say. Some people have done a great job, over time, maintaining that credit. Others are in between. How do you manage or navigate that process, if I'm kind of looking at my options? Nicole Noonan: Yeah. So we do do a credit check. That being said, we get it. I mean, we get that not everyone has built up their own credit history, because their spouse was the one who did all the banking, was the main breadwinner, and was the main signee on their credit cards. Nicole Noonan: We do have other people that have been experiencing job losses or unemployment right now, and they just can't maintain that level of credit. Again, we get it. So it's not something that is our main decision-making standard, for divorce funding. Shawn Leamon: And you mentioned something important, is oftentimes if you need funding for your legal fees, you may also need funding just to sustain life. Does your funding include or allow for use for fees that are outside of your attorney? Nicole Noonan: Yeah. No, absolutely. So we understand. First and foremost, we want to make sure you're able to get this divorce done. So we want to make sure that your attorney and your experts are paid. So whether that's a forensic accountant, anyone that you're going to need, an appraiser, someone who you're going to need to get your divorce settled. Nicole Noonan: But we also fund for living expenses for clients. So we want to make sure that, based on what our assessment is, you're going to need X amount. And if there's anything left over, we'll say, "Okay, if you would like to draw down, we will fund for living expenses as well." Because some people just need to move out. And they need to get a new apartment. Or they need to have money to go back to school, so they can start their new chapter. Nicole Noonan: Sometimes the most rewarding fundings that we do is people come back to me and say, "Hey, I went back to school. I got a degree. And I'm starting a new job. And I'm on my own two feet. And I'm never again going to let someone maintain a bank account, and know nothing about my finances." So those are really sometimes my favorite fundings that we do. Shawn Leamon: You're based in New York. Right? Nicole Noonan: Correct. Shawn Leamon: Yep. I'm in Texas myself, as many of the listeners know. But we have people from all over the country. Where do you work? Can any state apply, or almost any state? Nicole Noonan: Yep. We're all over the US. So we're both East Coast, West Coast, Midwest. We're there. And my biggest hurdle is for people to know that we're there, Shawn Leamon: And what's the best way for someone to contact you? Nicole Noonan: So we have a website. It's New, N-E-W, Chapter, C-H-A-P-T-E-R, Capital, C-A-P-I-T-A-L, dot com. You can also find us on LinkedIn. We also have an Instagram, @divorcefunding. We're all over. But yes, New Chapter Capital is probably the best. Or they can call us, at 212-404-7807. Shawn Leamon: Well, Nicole, thank you very much for coming on. I think it's a great option. It's one of the biggest and most common topics that I speak with people about, is trying to figure out what options they may have, in terms of getting money to fund the legal fees. Particularly, if they have a spouse that has been manipulative or controlling, or just kind of limiting access, as you started the conversation with. So I think it's a great product and service that you offer. And thank you very much for coming onto the show. Nicole Noonan: Thank you so much. Really had a great time.

19mins

10 Aug 2020

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Need Money for Divorce? Meet the "Fairy Godmother of Divorce", Nicole Noonan, Divorce Funding Pioneer on The Divorce & Beyond Podcast with Susan Guthrie, Esq. #123

The Divorce and Beyond Podcast with Susan Guthrie, Esq.

It is no secret that divorce can be ruinously expensive, but what if you don't have access to the money needed to process your divorce or even to pay your living expenses while going through the process?  Enter "The Fairy Godmother of Divorce", Nicole Noonan, the Founder and CEO of New Chapter Capital, Inc. a pioneer in Divorce Funding!  Nicole and NCC offer funding options for those who are facing a divorce but cannot access their assets or funds in order to navigate the process.  The costs of divorce go way beyond the attorney's fees and filing fees (although those are significant!) but consider also the cost of expert witnesess, business and property evaluators, financial specialists and just paying the ongoing expenses of your lives!  New Chapter Capital offers a streamlined process for helping qualified people get access to funds in order to meet their financial obligations and needs while divorcing and to have the ability to get the best team possible to help resolve the divorce issues.  THIS IS A GAMECHANGER for many and is something that those who are facing divorce AND those who are divorce professionals all need to know about!  Be sure to LISTEN! Highlights from this Episode! What expenses other than attorney's fees might you need when filing for divorce? How long does it take to find out if you can fund your divorce? Why do you need an attorney to apply for funding? Will funding work for couples in mediation? What are the costs of funding your divorce?  AND MUCH, MUCH MORE so be sure to listen and discover what New Chapter Capital can do for you! Learn more about this week's guest:  Nicole Noonan, Esq., CEO of New Chapter Capital Inc., specializes in divorce funding. She formerly served as President of Novitas US.She is a nationally recognized divorce expert and pioneer of divorce funding.  Crowned the “Fairy Godmother of Divorce” by the New York Post.Recognized by New York Magazine as New York’s Women Leader’s in the Law 2014. She has been seen on Good Morning America, Bloomberg TV, WLNY’s “The Couch” and WPIX.  She also been featured in The Huffington Post’s Women in Business, American Banker, The Economist, Forbes Magazine, Fortune Magazine, and The New York Times.Nicole holds a BA from Boston College and a JD from Seton Hall University School of Law. She clerked for the Hon. Douglas M. Fasciale, J.S.C., Nicole is an active member of the New Jersey Bar Association, American Bar Association, New York Women's Bar Association and the Westchester Bar Association. She sits on the Seton Hall University Stillman School of Business Leadership Council. Additionally, she is a certified New York Mediator.   Twitter NicoleNoonan5Linkedin linkedin.com/in/nnoonanFacebook @divorcefinance NICOLE'S SPECIAL OFFER FOR LISTENERS! Just for listeners of The Divorce & Beyond Podcast, you can schedule a FREE 15-minute consultation with NICOLE HERSELF to discuss your options for financing!  To set up your free consultation, please email Nicole directly at nn@newchaptercapital.com! **************************************************************************** SUSAN GUTHRIE, ESQ., the creator and host of The Divorce and Beyond Podcast, is nationally recognized as one of the top family law and divorce mediation attorneys in the country.  She is one of the Co-Chair's of the American Bar Association's DR Section Mediation Committee and is the Founder of Divorce in a Better Way which provides a curated selection of resources and information for those facing divorce and other life changes.  Susan also provides legal coaching and divorce mediation services to select clients around the world through an online platform.  Find out more at www.divorceinabetterway.com. ***************************************************************************** Susan's Online Mediation Training Program for Professionals: LEARN TO MEDIATE ONLINE:  As one of the leading online mediation experts in the country, Susan Guthrie has created a simple and efficient online training program that allows mediation professionals to quickly and easily add an online platform to their practice!  The two hour online program covers the basics of conducting mediations through an online platform like Zoom, and reviews the ethical and practical considerations that arise in this format.  You even receive a copy of, and the right to use, Susan's Online Mediation Guidelines and Ground Rules to make your online mediations even easier for mediator and clients alike!  Learn more at www.learntomediateonline.com or reach out to Susan directly at susan@learntomediateonline.com.  Listeners of The Divorce & Beyond Podcast receive $50 off the cost of the one-on-one training so be sure to mention that you heard about it here! 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38mins

18 May 2020

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The Fairy Godmother of Divorce Funding. My Interview with Nicole Noonan.

The Bold Sidebar

Nicole Noonan, Esq., is the founder and CEO of New Chapter Capital, Inc.  She is a lawyer, formerly practicing matrimonial and divorce law, and now a guru in divorce funding. There has always been a gap in the ability for people to pay for their divorce services and the need to unlock the assets of the marriage. Failing to access those funds may result in an unfair and inequitable resolution. Nicole's business, New Chapter Capital, solves a big part of that problem.Nicole is a graduate of Boston College and Seton Hall Law School. She clerked for Judge Douglas M. Fasciale and worked as a matrimonial lawyer for Budd Larner and Cutler, Simeone, Townsend, Tomaio, & Newmark, LLC.She has also been featured in articles in Forbes Magazine and Bloomberg. 🌟If you or anyone you know might be interested in being a guest of The Bold Sidebar – email Tina George at tgeorge@hornlawgroup.net for details. 🌟 Horn Law Group, LLC 801A Main Street Toms River, NJ 08753 T: 732.736.9300 E: tgeorge@hornlawgroup.net Website: https://hornlawgroup.net/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TheBoldSidebar/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/horn-law-group/ Nicole Noonan, Esq.Facebook: https://m.facebook.com/divorcefinance/?ref=bookmarksTwitter: https://twitter.com/newchaptercapLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/new-chapter-capital-inc./IG: https://www.instagram.com/divorcefunding/?hl=en

45mins

6 Nov 2019

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024 - Ambition and Foresight, With Interior Designer Nicole Noonan

The Inspire Wire

Nicole Noonan is a recent college grad and current graduate student in Interior Architecture. She co-founded and co-owns Beige & Bleu Design Studio, an interior design company based North of Boston.Topics Discussed:-What made you interested in interior design?-What has it been like starting your own business?-How did you do phase in a business?-What has your graduate school experience brought you?-What parts of running a business do you enjoy/dislike?-Future of the business?-Advice and tips for Starting a business or new phase in your careerNicole's Links:Beige and Bleu website: http://www.beigeandbleu.com/

39mins

30 Aug 2017