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I just found this in my dads phone but I’m not supprised cuz he’s a cheating jerk who is disrespecting my mother. Aand he had the lady that he’s cheating on my mother be my babysitter. P.S sorry bad grammar lol btw I’m not sad don’t worry I hate him

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iTunes Ratings

48 Ratings
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38
5
1
0
4

I’m 10.

By gggdfhhj - Sep 22 2019
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I just found this in my dads phone but I’m not supprised cuz he’s a cheating jerk who is disrespecting my mother. Aand he had the lady that he’s cheating on my mother be my babysitter. P.S sorry bad grammar lol btw I’m not sad don’t worry I hate him

Outstanding resource

By 3 buoys - Dec 16 2017
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Thank you for the wide range of topics and support
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Latest release on Feb 09, 2020

The Best Episodes Ranked Using User Listens

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Rank #1: Getting Over Your Ex

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In this episode of Single Again! Now What?,  Joanie Winberg and Steve Peck tackle a ton of topics such as:

  • Joanie's experience of survival during this winter's snow storm in Massachusetts
  • People that brag way too much on their kids
  • How technology is affecting  relationship communications in this "new age"
  • Complementing your partner
  • And the importance of loving yourself  (Steve's still having a hard time grasping this concept.)

Finally, Joanie and Steve get to the heart of the matter and explore the feelings we go through when a relationship ends.  Joanie puts on her coaching hat and walks Steve through the steps of losing a relationship and moving on.  We discuss couples growing apart, (A term Steve hates), as well as the hurt of losing someone that may have meant the world to you. 

Joanie believes we can learn from past relationships and move on to even better ones if we spend time healing and doing the personal work necessary  to understand what happened in past relationships that didn't work, and making adjustments that will pay dividends in future relationships.  (This is a good episode to get a feeling how Joanie works with individuals dealing with loss.)

For more on the Single Again! Now What? hosts, visit their Facebook page at www.Facebook.com/SingleAgainNowWhat.  Feel free to drop them an email at: DivorceSourceRadio@gmail.com.

Feb 25 2013

1hr 5mins

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Rank #2: Getting Over an Ex

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Welcome to March!  It's been a hard, cold winter and we're all ready for Spring.

Toni and Steve begin March with a ton of topics guaranteed to warm you up including:

  • Why are air fares soaring?
  • Does Playgirl Magazine still exist?
  • Sons of Anarchy vs. Breaking Bad
  • Can Divorce attorneys fire their clients?
  • How long does it take to get over your ex?
  • Astrological Forecast with Nadiya Shaw
  • And much more.
  • For more information on Toni visit: www.YouRiseAbove.com.  For more programs on divorce and life after divorce visit: www.DivorceSourceRadio.com.  And don't forget to join our Facebook community at: www.Facebook.com/BeingSingleRadio.com.

Mar 01 2014

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Rank #3: Financial Issues Women Face During Divorce

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In this episode of Divorce Source Radio with Steve Peck, Megan Stirrat joins us to discuss the financial issues divorcing women face.

Megan is a Vice President, Wealth Management Advisor, Certified Financial Planner and Certified Divorce Financial Analyst with Merrill Lynch. She has been guiding individuals through significant transitions in life, such as retirement and divorce, for over a decade.  Megan understands clients changing and complex financial picture, sitting down with them to understand what is truly important. She serves as an integral member of the divorce team and proves to be an invaluable resource.

In the program Megan addresses:

  • What you need to know to protect you financially if you are considering divorce
  • Negotiating to retain the marital home and is keeping it a good idea?
  • Thinking ahead to your retirement
  • The false belief the a 50/50 split is always an equitable division of property
  • The need for accurate financial information to protect spousal and child support
  • A "sugar daddy" is not a good future financial plan
  • How to create a new financial plan
  • And much more.

If you'd like to ask Meagan a question, email her at: Megan_Stirrat@ML.com

Aug 28 2012

22mins

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Rank #4: Be Smart About Mediation

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Understanding what mediation is as a process, and finding the right mediator, are critical elements to developing a smart and long lasting parenting and financial agreements that are predicated on informed, thoughtful decision making.  A good mediator will discuss what your goals are for the process, what is important to each of you and will help you to craft a plan that addresses those goals and intentions.  This is important to understand, as all mediators are not created equal!

Our guest, Cara Raich, (http://www.srmediators.com/mediators/cara-raich-esq/)  (http://mediatetrix.wordpress.com/) explores the specifics of mediation in this episode of The Smart Divorce, with Deborah Moskovitch and Steve Peck.   Cara is a mediator and attorney who specializes in helping people find non-adversarial resolutions to conflict. She mediates a wide range of cases including divorce, family conflicts, and organizational and civil disputes.

Cara is dedicated to helping her clients avoid the challenges and acrimony that frequently accompany adversarial proceedings. She does this by enabling her clients to come to realistic and informed agreements that work for them and their families. Cara believes that separation and divorce are family matters with a legal element, not a lawsuit that happens to be about a family.

To understand how these goals are accomplished in a fair and reasonable manner – and gain perspectives on alternative ways to view mediation and settlement we discuss:

  • What does neutrality really mean?
  • What are the process choices that people have when contemplating divorce?
  • How do we as a society view divorce?
  • What is a successful divorce?
  • What is the role the law will play in your divorce? Is the law relevant, determinative or something in between?

This interview will surely help you understand the many aspects of mediation. 

Also, Like us on our Facebook pages, The Smart Divorce and Divorce Source Radio.  Join the community!

May 16 2012

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Rank #5: Child Support - What No One Really Tells You

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Child support payments can be a source of concern, conflict, frustration, and confusion for many.     On this episode of The Smart Divorce with Deborah Moskovitch, our guest is lawyer Mike Marra.  Mike helps us to understand what parents really need to think about where child support is concerned.   Mr. Marra is a skilled lawyer family law lawyer with expertise in the areas of spousal support, complex financial situations, fraudulent spouses, trust claims, unfair agreements, protection of children's rights, estate litigation, high conflict custody and access situations and mediation methods.  He also worked for many years as legal counsel for the Family Responsibility Office, which enforces child and domestic support orders and collects support payments for families in Ontario, Canada.Mr. Marra debunks the myths and misperceptions of child support.  And he shares with us information on his solution for managing child expenses in a non invasive way, eliminating conflict, while obtaining full financial disclosure in a non threatening, cost effective manner through a new support tool - Support Information Exchange, available across North America.  To understand how these goals are met in reasonable manner we explore:

  • Protecting yourself from retroactive child support claims
  • Ensure that your right to obtain a percentage share of children’s special expenses is not lost
  • How to save legal fees and court costs on child support
  • And many other suggestions about the difficult conversation people rarely want to have about child support

To find out more information visit Support Information eXchange Don’t forget, Like us on our Facebook pages, The Smart Divorce and Divorce Source Radio.  Join the community!

Jan 23 2013

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Rank #6: My Money Mindset - Finances During Divorce

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One of the biggest fears post-divorce are finances.  Trusting yourself to make financial choices is a big issue, especially when it comes to your divorce settlement.  Our guest, Dr. Deborah Nixon, helps us to understand what we need to do.  Dr. Nixon is an entrepreneur, professor, executive, consultant, and community volunteer; she has identified a common need in today’s cautious working environment for trusting professional relationships. Economic instability has undercut our readiness to trust one another – and this is especially hard in divorce.  We’re gong to relate this all to your post-divorce life. Dr. Nixon helps us understand the importance of building and maintaining trust in ourselves when making financial decisions – especially when it’s post-divorce, and the worry is “what about my future?”   She has developed the MyMoneyMindset and Trust Intelligence Program and shares her work, to help us with financial decision-making. We discuss the intangibles of trust, reputation and integrity to make them tangible and practical. To understand how these goals are met in reasonable manner we explore:

  • Defining Moments as a pivot point for deeper understanding of financial decision-making
  • How assessments, coaching and consulting have helped clients learn to take charge of their money while helping professionals learn what their clients need from them.
  • Helping to develop Financial Wellness
  • The 10 Minute Survey
  • The importance of feeling strong so that you can manage your money

My Money Mindset will help you make better and more informed decisions about your money. Tackle those hard issues. A raise, the family budget, a financial plan, your relationship with your financial professional. Don't you owe it to yourself! Isn't your peace of mind worth it? This interview will surely help you understand what trust means, trust breaches and trust repair. Fascinating stuff.To find out more, contact Dr. Nixon at Deborah@mymoneymindset.com, or call 416-986-7049 Don’t forget, Like us on our Facebook pages, The Smart Divorce and Divorce Source Radio.  Join the community!

Dec 17 2012

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Rank #7: First Legal Steps During Divorce

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In this episode of Ask Henry, family law attorney Henry Gornbein discusses the first steps to consider when contemplating divorce.

Topics include:

  • Filing a complaint or petition putting husband or wife on notice what to expect

  • Serving the divorce petition to your husband or wife  How to do it with the least amount of discourse.

  • Trolling – How some lawyers “troll” or solicit for clients How this can be harmful if domestic violence has been part of the marriage

  • Checklist for this to consider during the divorce process

For more on Henry Gornbein, visit: www.FamilyLawForMichigan.com. For more programs related to divorce and life after divorce, visit www.DivorceSourceRadio.com.  Join our community and be notified of new programs by “liking” our Facebook page at: www.Facebook.com/DivorceSourceRadio.

Sep 23 2014

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Rank #8: Single and Finding Love Again

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Lesley's back with Joanie and Steve on Single Again! Now What? to discuss finding love again after separation or divorce.

After divorce, many find themselves rushing back into a new relationship.  Some do it out of loneliness, and some because of peer pressure or because their ex has moved on to a new relationship.  The question is, what's the hurry, and how can you avoid becoming a divorce statistic the second time around?

The Single Again! trio share their thoughts on the subject and reference the book by Dr. Terri Orbuch, PhD, called Finding Love Again, 6 Simple Steps to a New and Happy Relationship. (Terri will be a guest on an upcoming show.)

Other topics discussed include:

  • What to do when you're out with a friend and someone tries to pick you up
  • The demise of family dinner time in America
  • To remarry or not, that is the question
  • And much more

Aug 09 2012

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Rank #9: Overcoming the 5 Typical Divorce Issues

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Our guest, Dr. Donald Gordon, is a Co-Founder and Executive Director of the Center for Divorce Education.  The Center for Divorce Education is a non-profit organization dedicated to educating the public, and family justice professionals on the effects of divorce and parenting plans on the emotional and social development of children.

Dr. Gordon is a 40+ year clinical psychologist and researcher with an area of expertise targeting the reduction and prevention of juvenile delinquency. During his 40 years of working with families, Dr. Gordon has studied the effects that different strategies have on reducing conflict within a family (both with parents and children).

In this episode of The Smart Divorce, Dr. Gordon shares his insights and wisdom on developing a healthy, happy relationship with your children and co-parent.  He explains how to communicate effectively, minimize stress, reduce conflict, and take your children out of the middle of the crossfire. 

We explore the cost effective education programs for parent and children that minimize the harmful effects of divorce.  Learn how the cost effective skills based online program by The Centre for Divorce Education can help you.  We also explore these five typical issues of divorce:

1. Money Problems

2. Children Carrying Messages between Parents

3. Long Distance Parenting

4. Quizzing Children about the Other Parent

5. Putting Down the Other Parent

Learn skills that will immediately change the way you interact

To contact Dr. Gordon, please visit his website at http://www.divorce-education.com

For more information about the online divorce education programs visit http://online.divorce-education.com

http://www.divorce-education.com/programs/after-the-storm/

Don’t miss out on learning about these wonderful, cost effective divorce education programs.

Don’t forget, LIKE us on our Facebook pages, The Smart Divorce and Divorce Source Radio.  Join the community.

Jul 13 2013

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Rank #10: I Think My Marriage is Over, What Should I Do Now? - The Smart Divorce

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(Episode #1, The Smart Divorce with Deborah Moskovitch)

Help, I think my marriage is over, now what should I do?

Is divorce always the outcome when there is conflict in the marriage?  Of course not, there are options to consider, and help available to put your marriage back on track.  This episode explores the role of marriage counseling, and the next steps required if the marriage results in divorce.  Once the decision to divorce is made, there are many considerations and issues to ponder.  Our guest, psychologist Dr. Robert A. Simon http://dr-simon.com/ provides us with tips and strategies for getting through the early days of separation with your sanity and dignity intact.  

Topics in this program include:

  • The benefits of marriage counseling
  • Building your support network
  • Finding a therapist
  • Telling your children about divorce
  • Emotional healing and coping strategies
  • And so much more……..

Jul 14 2019

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Rank #11: Entitled to be Happy

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This week, Deborah Donenfeld recounts the moment she realized that she was entitled to leave her unhappy marriage of 22 years. By allowing herself to grieve and focus on her self-worth and her children, Deborah ultimately freed herself and gained more clarity and control in her financial life

Deborah Donenfeld | W: www.deborahdonenfeld.com P: 212-675-4420 E: deborah525@gmail.com

Stacy Francis | W: www.francisfinancial.com P: 212-374-9008 E: Stacy@francisfinancial.com

Sep 19 2017

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Rank #12: Redesigning Your Life

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For most people, rethinking their life path from time-to-time is a good idea, but for many divorcing individuals, they simply don't have a choice.  Redesigning Your Life offers help in planning that next life you want to create.

In this episode of Divorce Source Radio with Steve Peck, motivational speaker, consultant, and facilitator, Kathey Batey joins us from The Divorce Expo in Chicago.

Kathey is the author of Suddenly Single and creator of ReDesigning Your Life,  a program designed to assist women and men who have gone through a divorce, death of a spouse, the "empty nest," or any life transition.  She is also a facilitator of Divorce Care, a faith-based, friendly and caring group of people that helps individuals going through divorce.

Is it time to review, revise, and reset your life, following divorce, death of a loved-one, or dissatisfaction with your life?   Kathey shares how  you can change your life, by changing your reaction to it.  By Taking a more proactive stand and ceasing to  react negatively to life’s many challenges, you can redesign your life for the better.

For more on Kathey Batey, visit: www.spiritedpresentations.com .

Aug 24 2012

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Rank #13: Mediation and Negotiation Secrets with Jennifer Kouzi

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Stacy and Jennifer Kouzi, a top matrimonial and family attorney, discuss mistakes you might make when going through divorce, tips for making custody battles go as smoothly as possible and understanding the difference between legal and physical (residential) custody. Ever wondered what your judge is thinking? In this episode, you will gain insight on how judges view your statement of net worth, in order to better prepare yourself for the courtroom. 

 Show Contact Information:

Jennifer Kouzi | W: http://www.kkallp.com/   P: 212-921-5526 E: jennifer@kkallp.com

Stacy Francis | W: www.francisfinancial.com P: 212-374-9008 E: Stacy@francisfinancial.com

Jul 11 2017

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Rank #14: Rebuilding Your Life After Divorce

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On this episode of Sex after Divorce with Juliana Neiman, the topic is How to Rebuild After Divorce. 

For many, divorce hits with the force of a tsunami.  You exit the process broken and feeling less than.   After taking time to heal, it's time to get back up, dust yourself off and begin the process of rebuilding your new life.

Juliana Neiman takes us through the building blocks necessary to rebuilding our life and relationships.  When your self esteem becomes bruised, you don't feel sexual.  It takes some longer to get over a relationship than others.

Follow the building blocks mentioned in this program will help you move forward with more confidence in future relationships.  For more on Juliana Neiman, visit: www.JulianaNeiman.com.

May 29 2012

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Rank #15: The Anatomy of An Affair - Part 5

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Part 5 of our series, The Anatomy of An Affair continues with David Feder.

Listener note: This is Part 4 of this series, and if you are finding this program through our archive directory, iTunes or Stitcher Radio, it is advised you begin with program 1 and follow the podcasts in their original order.

In this episode, David answers questions on might have if they have been involved in an affair such as:

  • Should I agree to therapy with my partner if he hasn’t ended his affair yet?
  • What is the best way to end my affair with my Affair Partner?
  • How do I make my partner feel safe when he/she pushes me away.  It’s frustrating and I am feeling hopeless.  I can’t seem to do anything right.
  • How do I rebuild trust after an affair?  Are there steps to follow?
  • What about sex after an affair?  I don’t feel like it but I’m afraid if I say no, it will be my fault that my partner goes back to his Affair Partner?
  • What is Forgiveness?
  • Should I tell my children about the affair?
  • Affairs in the workplace - What do I do if you both work at the same company?

For more on David Feder, visit: www.MyLifeAfterAn Affair.com.

Apr 17 2013

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Rank #16: Rekindle Confidence During Divorce - Step 7

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(Listener Note: This is Step #7 of this 12 step series. To take full advantage of this please visit our show archive and listen to the episodes in their proper order).

Everyone divorcing has a particular version or story of what happened to their marriage and why.  This story is usually from a singular personal perspective, yours.  Your spouse has another story, also singular and personal. Unless your spouse is truly delusional, both stories have a basis in truth yet neither encompasses a whole truth. 

In Step 7 Karen and Lisa explore the concept of “story” as differentiated from “what actually happened”.  They provide practices and skills that allow you to become aware of  your story as only one of a number of versions so you can begin to own your part in the unfolding and unraveling of your marriage with compassion and understanding. 

As you begin to question your story and look at other ways of interpreting the personalities and events involved, there is a freedom to recognize your role in what happened.  By stepping out of your story and beginning to own your role you open up the possibility of learning and growing through understanding rather than being frozen in place by judgement.

Explore ways to detach from your story, free yourself from being a victim of circumstances, recognize and change behaviors that have not been working for you, find acceptance and forgiveness for both yourself and your imperfect companion, and enjoy a broader range of choices and options that lay hidden behind your story.  Simply, you will meet the perspectives and tools that will allow you to grow and heal through your pain. 

Grab your FREE 12 Step Flash Guide at www.divorcerecoverylifeline.com

For more information on Journey Beyond Divorce visit: www.jbddivorcesupport.com.

Sep 02 2019

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Rank #17: Financial Steps to Take During Divorce

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On this episode of Start Over Smart, Nicole Feuer and Nicole Baras discuss Financial Steps to take During Divorce

Divorce is often referred to as the No. 2 most stressful life event, second only to death of a spouse. And no wonder: Besides its obvious emotional impacts, getting divorced can also be a financial nightmare as you're forced to deal with nagging details like separating your finances, acquiring your own health insurance and deciding who will claim the kids as tax deductions.

For more programs related to divorce and life after divorce, visit: www.DivorceSourceRadio.com. For more on Nicole and Francine and their new book 37 Things I wish I’d Known Before My Divorce.

For more programs related to divorce and life after divorce, visit: www.DivorceSourceRadio.com. For more on Nicole and Francine and their new book 37 Things I wish I’d Known Before My Divorce visit:www.SOSDivorceAdvisors.com

Dec 02 2014

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Rank #18: Last Chance Marriage Fix

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It's been said that Immature love is loving someone for what they do right; mature love is loving someone is spite of what they do wrong.  In this episode of The Smart Divorce with Deborah Moskovitch, Dr. Mark Goulston joins us to discuss the potential for fixing relationships.

Dr. Goulston offers an approach to therapy that is accessible and doesn't require deep thinking or deep insights to be effective. Mark Goulston, Ph.D. is one of America’s top psychiatrists, and specializes in helping people to get through to anybody, anywhere, anytime.  He’s the best selling author of six books including the #1 international best seller, "Just Listen" Discover the Secret to Getting Through to Absolutely Anyone.  He’s often appears on TV and in print.  Appearances include: Oprah, CNN, The Today Show, The New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Forbes, Fortune and many other media outlets.Dr. Goulston discusses his extraordinary program on fixing your marriage and rebuilding your relationship. 

There is so much to learn, and if you follow Dr. Goulston's advice, before you know it, you will be holding hands, and your friends will ask “ what happened to you?” As partners learn the skills to effectively deal with disagreements, disappointments and upsets and make things better without making them worse, each develops emotional toughness, self-respect and self-esteem. Add to that effective conflict-resolution skills and tools derived from mindfulness and positive psychology, and any motivated couple can move to a shared future that more than makes up for any emotional baggage they may still have from their genes and upbringing.

For More on Dr. Goulston visit: The Huffington Post, or his personal website.

For more on Deborah, visit: The Smart Divorce website or Divorce Source Radio.

Mar 01 2013

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Rank #19: The Anatomy of An Affair - Part 4

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Part 4 of our series, The Anatomy of An Affair continues with David Feder. 

In this episode we take a look at why affairs happen.  David discusses the different types of affairs and what recovery entails.

We also explore what you should do when you suspect your spouse is cheating and help you understand why the affair happened.

Listener note: This is Part 4 of this series, and if you are finding this program through our archive directory, iTunes or Stitcher Radio, it is advised you begin with program 1 and follow the podcasts in their original order.

For more on David Feder, visit: www.MyLifeAfterAn Affair.com.

Apr 04 2013

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Rank #20: What Makes a Really Great (Divorce) Lawyer?

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In this week’s podcast, Stacy talks with New York Divorce attorney Chaim Steinberger - a passionate believer in “divorce without destruction”, as he shares his unique perspective on how women can find the right lawyer to represent them. Chaim went through his own rather nasty divorce and said to himself, “There’s got to be a better way!”  

Finding an attorney who truly cares about you, fully understands your story, and is driven to bring you justice is just some of the useful advice Chaim shares during the show. You’ll also learn:

  • Why a win/win,“Game Theory” approach to divorce is preferable to a zero sum game strategy [2:46]
  • The four most important factors women should consider when choosing a divorce attorney [6:53]
  • How there seems to be a disconnect between what women really want from a divorce attorney vs. what attorneys think they want [12:10]
  • Why the best lawyers not only listen to their clients’ divorce stories, but fully understand the subtext of their story. [17:40]
  • Why the single greatest determinant of a case’s outcome is whether or not the lawyer truly believes in their gut of the justice of the case. [24:55]
  • Why good lawyers never lie, but great lawyers are masters of spin control who expertly weave together the facts to create a compelling case. [27:40] 

Links to items mentioned in this podcast:

Article -  “Divorce without Destruction”https://thenewyorkdivorcelawyers.com/divorce-without-destruction/

Stacy Francis | W: www.francisfinancial.com P: (212) 374-9008 E: stacy@francisfinancial.com

Chaim Steinberger | W: www.thenewyorkdivorcelawyers.com P: (212) 964-6100 E: admin@tnydl.com

Mar 15 2019

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