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.
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
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
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
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
Managing Your Ex’s View of Your World – Episode 110 of the Divorce University Online Podcast. In order to achieve peace in your post-divorce life, it’s important to have strong boundaries. We want our ex’s to have a view of our world that communicates that we’re doing great, even though that is sometimes an illusion.
High Conflict and the Dreaded Attribution – Episode 109 of the Divorce University Online Podcast. Most people that have high conflict relationship and subsequent high conflict breakups are guilty of one common practice. We call it the dreaded attribution. It’s important to understand this concept when it comes to disagreements with anyone in your life,
How to Stop the Argument that Never Ends – Episode 108 of the Divorce University Online Podcast. Is this how your arguments with your ex feel? As if your life has become one long, exhausting, constant argument? Good news! There is a solution and it begins with figuring out your argumentative style. Join us as
Should I Hire an Aggressive Attorney – Episode 107 of the Divorce University Online Podcast. We often hear people talk of needing an “aggressive attorney”. Let’s face it, we all have a friend or family member that knows the perfect aggressive attorney that will make our ex pay. But should you go that route? How