Destroying Your Ex – Episode 185 of the Divorce University Online Podcast. The legal process can leave you feeling like you want to destroy your ex or take them down. Let’s face it, we often fantasize about it. And sometimes, the support you have around you, lawyers, coaches, family members, etc. only fan the flames
Child Custody Declarations: Biggest Errors – Episode 184 of the Divorce University Online Podcast. Most of our discussions around writing child custody declarations for Court involve how to outline your points and present your concerns to the Court. But today, we’ll talk about the biggest errors we see and what not to do when writing
5 Easy Steps to a Win-Win – Episode 183 of the Divorce University Online Podcast. The first step to finding a win-win is to figure out what is essential, or non-negotiable, for you. Once you decide if an issue is essential or trivial, you know whether it is worth your time and effort to come
Don’t Drink and Post! – Episode 182 of the Divorce University Online Podcast. Social media posts are one of the most common exhibits used in family law cases. It’s become acceptable to share (sometimes too much) on social media but the rules change when the Court becomes the authority in your case. In this episode,
Therefore What? – Episode 181 of the Divorce University Online Podcast. Over and over we see people stuck in arguments based on their position. They clearly disagree and yet the continue to set forth their logical arguments for their position. In this situation there are really only two options to stop the insanity. One, is
Thinking On Your Feet – Episode 180 of the Divorce University Online Podcast. Thinking on their feet is something attorney’s often have to do in Court and it comes up when we are working with coaching clients, especially if they are self-represented. It’s important to understand concepts around Court and co-parenting so that you can
FEAR NOT – Episode 179 of the Divorce University Online Podcast. So many divorcing people are driven by fear. They are often worried, “what if” this happens or “what if” that happens. It can overtake you and cause you to behave in ways the end up creating the very outcome you were trying to avoid.
Do Your Actions Match Your Words? – Episode 178 of the Divorce University Online Podcast. In Court, credibility is everything. If your actions do not match what your telling the Court, then you are hurting your credibility. This can have a negative impact on your case even when the “presentation” of your information went well.
Why Isn’t My Judge Listening? – Episode 177 of the Divorce University Online Podcast. Going to Court is almost always a difficult experience emotionally. But, if you also leave feeling like the Judge didn’t listen to you, you are not alone. In this episode, we’ll talk about how to get inside the Judge’s head and