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Getting Split Ready with Marya Carey Pleasant and Doug Katz

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Divorce is not an event, it is a process and, like many other processes, preparation and planning can make the difference between positive outcomes and disaster.

Getting SplitReady is your source for information on the issues and considerations that should be part of your plan. We bring you poignant, informative and sometimes humorous perspectives from top industry professionals and experts.

Join us for unscripted and honest discussions with our expert panels on top professionals and thought leaders about divorce and separation designed to get you SplitReady!
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The term "Gray Divorce" references divorces involving people over the age of 50. While the general divorce rate has declined over the past 20 years, gray divorce has doubled. Divorce for this segment can have some unique challenges. Join us for an discussion with Cameron Goodman from The Goodman Law Firm and Colleen Honquest from The Divorce Coalition and See Dick and Jane Get Divorced. for an discussion about the gray divorce and special considerations for couples considering divorce after 50. For more information or to contact Cameron at https://goodmandivorce.com/ Also let us know if there are questions on divorce, separation and starting over that you want our need answered at info@splitready.com. Are you considering divorce? Get split ready at www.splitready.com Getting Split Ready is produced by Ernie Scatton and EAS Productions. For information on launching your own podcast, contact EAS Productions at 708.989.3985 or erniescatton@gmail.com
A generation is defined by the times that they live and the age of its population. These differences and attributes have a major impact the needs and behavior of the generation. Divorce is no different and each generation has their own trends and considerations. So, what are we seeing today? Join us for an discussion with Cameron Goodman from The Goodman Law Firm and Colleen Honquest from The Divorce Coalition and See Dick and Jane Get Divorced. for an discussion about the current generational trends in divorce. For more information or to contact Cameron at https://goodmandivorce.com/ Also let us know if there are questions on divorce, separation and starting over that you want our need answered at info@splitready.com. Are you considering divorce? Get split ready at www.splitready.com Getting Split Ready is produced by Ernie Scatton and EAS Productions. For information on launching your own podcast, contact EAS Productions at 708.989.3985 or erniescatton@gmail.com
Everyone talks about the emotion and stress of divorce, but not enough is said about the logistical and administrative challenges of divorce. Even in a fairly straightforward divorce, an extensive amount of paperwork and documents are created. Organizing this mountain of paperwork is essential to not only navigating the divorce process, but also the post-divorce landscape when enforcement of the decree become important considerations. Join us for an discussion with Colleen Honquest from The Divorce Coalition and See Dick and Jane Get Divorced. about the importance of organization during a divorce. Other Panelist - Cameron Goodman from The Goodman Law Firm About Colleen Colleen works with men and women throughout the divorce process by offering strategic planning and guidance. She specializes in dealing with High Conflict Divorce and difficult spouses. Colleen enables you to break down the path to filing for divorce into manageable steps. Colleen’s first priority is to help you get through all the preliminary steps and requirements before you walk into an attorney’s office. This makes you a better client and saves you a lot of money and time spent stressing about what you should be doing to prepare for the process. In Colleen’s toolbox are the many lessons learned during her own high-conflict divorce as well as a close network of professionals with whom she can consult. Colleen knows that you must be prepared, because there is no emotional justice in the courtroom. For more information or to contact Cameron at https://goodmandivorce.com/ Also let us know if there are questions on divorce, separation and starting over that you want our need answered at info@splitready.com. Are you considering divorce? Get split ready at www.splitready.com Getting Split Ready is produced by Ernie Scatton and EAS Productions. For information on launching your own podcast, contact EAS Productions at 708.989.3985 or erniescatton@gmail.com
Children are usually at the forefront of priorities for parental considerations. Unfortunately in divorce, this prioritization can be clouded and impacted by the emotion and stress. Fortunately, the trend in divorce is a deeper and more deliberate approach that resets the importance of the children and parenting in a divorce. Join us for an discussion with Cameron Goodman from The Goodman Law Firm and Colleen Honquest from The Divorce Coalition and See Dick and Jane Get Divorced. for an amazing discussion about parenting and divorce. Also let us know if there are questions on divorce, separation and starting over that you want our need answered at info@splitready.com. Are you considering divorce? Get split ready at www.splitready.com Getting Split Ready is produced by Ernie Scatton and EAS Productions. For information on launching your own podcast, contact EAS Productions at 708.989.3985 or erniescatton@gmail.com
Children are usually at the forefront of priorities for parental considerations. Unfortunately in divorce, this prioritization can be clouded and impacted by the emotion and stress. Fortunately, the trend in divorce is a deeper and more deliberate approach that resets the importance of the children and parenting in a divorce. Join us for an discussion with Cameron Goodman from The Goodman Law Firm and Colleen Honquest from The Divorce Coalition and See Dick and Jane Get Divorced. for an amazing discussion about parenting and divorce. Also let us know if there are questions on divorce, separation and starting over that you want our need answered at info@splitready.com. Are you considering divorce? Get split ready at www.splitready.com Getting Split Ready is produced by Ernie Scatton and EAS Productions. For information on launching your own podcast, contact EAS Productions at 708.989.3985 or erniescatton@gmail.com
During a divorce, surprises are not a good thing. Information is key to the best outcomes, but getting that information can sometimes be difficult. Whether by omission or commission, missing details can waste time and money. Proper discovery is the only way to ensure that you ask the right questions and get the right answers. Join us for an discussion with Cameron Goodman from The Goodman Law Firm about the benefits of good discovery. Other Panelist - Colleen Honquest from The Divorce Coalition and See Dick and Jane Get Divorced. About Cameron Attorney Cameron H. Goodman Cameron knows that transitioning from married to single life is not always a smooth process. The mix of strong emotions combined with the far-reaching legal implications can temporarily cloud even the most rational person’s judgment. Cameron’s first objective is to help his clients regain control of their life by offering clarity and insight in an emotionally charged situation. Cameron’s immediate goals are to: identify the relevant legal issues, focus on the most compelling facts, and craft a strategy for resolving conflict tailored to each clients’ specific needs. For more information or to contact Cameron at https://goodmandivorce.com/ Also let us know if there are questions on divorce, separation and starting over that you want our need answered at info@splitready.com. Are you considering divorce? Get split ready at www.splitready.com Getting Split Ready is produced by Ernie Scatton and EAS Productions. For information on launching your own podcast, contact EAS Productions at 708.989.3985 or erniescatton@gmail.com
During a divorce, surprises are not a good thing. Information is key to the best outcomes, but getting that information can sometimes be difficult. Whether by omission or commission, missing details can waste time and money. Proper discovery is the only way to ensure that you ask the right questions and get the right answers. Join us for an discussion with Cameron Goodman from The Goodman Law Firm about the benefits of good discovery. Other Panelist - Colleen Honquest from The Divorce Coalition and See Dick and Jane Get Divorced. About Cameron Attorney Cameron H. Goodman Cameron knows that transitioning from married to single life is not always a smooth process. The mix of strong emotions combined with the far-reaching legal implications can temporarily cloud even the most rational person’s judgment. Cameron’s first objective is to help his clients regain control of their life by offering clarity and insight in an emotionally charged situation. Cameron’s immediate goals are to: identify the relevant legal issues, focus on the most compelling facts, and craft a strategy for resolving conflict tailored to each clients’ specific needs. For more information or to contact Cameron at https://goodmandivorce.com/ Also let us know if there are questions on divorce, separation and starting over that you want our need answered at info@splitready.com. Are you considering divorce? Get split ready at www.splitready.com Getting Split Ready is produced by Ernie Scatton and EAS Productions. For information on launching your own podcast, contact EAS Productions at 708.989.3985 or erniescatton@gmail.com
Topics: Preparing for Divorce and Discovery Parenting Plans and Holidays Organizing Your Divorce Generational Divorce Challenges Grey Divorce Panelists: Cameron Goodman from Goodman Law Firm - https://goodmandivorce.com/ Colleen Honquest from The Divorce Coalition - https://divorcecoalition.com/
Divorce is a process, but the process of divorce is not standardized. Each person is difference and, as a result, each split can be very different. There are a multitude of ways to approach these differences to determine the best way to split. These range from highly contested litigation to more amicable methods such as mediation or collaborative divorce. The key is knowing your options. SPONSORED BY DIVORCE COACH AND MEDIATOR - LINDA LUCATORTO, M. Ed., CPC. If you are considering divorce, Linda can help you tackle the process with a direct and educational approach. - http://www.oasisexperience.com Join us for an discussion with Olga Stambler from Hurst, Robin & Kay, LLC. about the different types of divorce and the best way to select which is right for you. Other Panelists - Laura Bare from Embark Collaborations - http://www.embarkcollaborations.com/ - Angeline Schuller from New Vista Behavioral Health - https://www.newvistanwi.com/ - Lynda H. LeBlanc from LeBlanc & Mulholland, LLC - http://leblancmulholland.com/ About Olga Olga Stambler graduated magna cum laude from Brandeis University in 1992 with a Bachelor of Arts in political science. She attended Fordham University School of Law and graduated in the top 20 percent of her class in 1995. Olga was admitted to practice law in the State of New York in 1996 and in the State of Illinois in 1999. She began her legal career as a corporate attorney at Dewey Ballantine in New York City and then at Bell, Boyd & Lloyd in Chicago. She has handled many aspects of domestic relations litigation including child support, maintenance, custody and visitation issues and division of complex marital estates. Olga’s corporate background is a tremendous asset in assessing, negotiating and resolving financial issues. Olga has recently negotiated a successful settlement relating to the division of marital estate worth over $15 million. Olga is trained in collaborative law and mediation. She is a fellow of the Collaborative Law Institute of Illinois and is the co-chair of its Community Outreach Committee. She is also a member of the Association for Conflict Resolution, the Collaborative Practice Professionals of Illinois and the International Academy of Collaborative Professionals. For more information or to contact Olga go to https://hrkfamilylaw.com/. Also let us know if there are questions on divorce, separation and starting over that you want our need answered at info@splitready.com. Are you considering divorce? Get split ready at www.splitready.com Getting Split Ready is produced by Ernie Scatton and EAS Productions. For information on launching your own podcast, contact EAS Productions at 708.989.3985 or erniescatton@gmail.com
Divorce is a process, but the process of divorce is not standardized. Each person is difference and, as a result, each split can be very different. There are a multitude of ways to approach these differences to determine the best way to split. These range from highly contested litigation to more amicable methods such as mediation or collaborative divorce. The key is knowing your options. SPONSORED BY DIVORCE COACH AND MEDIATOR - LINDA LUCATORTO, M. Ed., CPC. If you are considering divorce, Linda can help you tackle the process with a direct and educational approach. - http://www.oasisexperience.com Join us for an discussion with Olga Stambler from Hurst, Robin & Kay, LLC. about the different types of divorce and the best way to select which is right for you. Other Panelists - Laura Bare from Embark Collaborations - http://www.embarkcollaborations.com/ - Angeline Schuller from New Vista Behavioral Health - https://www.newvistanwi.com/ - Lynda H. LeBlanc from LeBlanc & Mulholland, LLC - http://leblancmulholland.com/ About Olga Olga Stambler graduated magna cum laude from Brandeis University in 1992 with a Bachelor of Arts in political science. She attended Fordham University School of Law and graduated in the top 20 percent of her class in 1995. Olga was admitted to practice law in the State of New York in 1996 and in the State of Illinois in 1999. She began her legal career as a corporate attorney at Dewey Ballantine in New York City and then at Bell, Boyd & Lloyd in Chicago. She has handled many aspects of domestic relations litigation including child support, maintenance, custody and visitation issues and division of complex marital estates. Olga’s corporate background is a tremendous asset in assessing, negotiating and resolving financial issues. Olga has recently negotiated a successful settlement relating to the division of marital estate worth over $15 million. Olga is trained in collaborative law and mediation. She is a fellow of the Collaborative Law Institute of Illinois and is the co-chair of its Community Outreach Committee. She is also a member of the Association for Conflict Resolution, the Collaborative Practice Professionals of Illinois and the International Academy of Collaborative Professionals. For more information or to contact Olga go to https://hrkfamilylaw.com/. Also let us know if there are questions on divorce, separation and starting over that you want our need answered at info@splitready.com. Are you considering divorce? Get split ready at www.splitready.com Getting Split Ready is produced by Ernie Scatton and EAS Productions. For information on launching your own podcast, contact EAS Productions at 708.989.3985 or erniescatton@gmail.com
Ask the layperson about the divorce rate and it is commonly tossed around that 50% of marriages end in divorce. Even some professionals will reference this percentage. The truth, however, is that the number of divorces has been below 50% for some time and it continues to drop. What does this mean, however, to the future of marriage and divorce? Listen to what our panel has to say. SPONSORED BY DIVORCE COACH AND MEDIATOR - LINDA LUCATORTO, M. Ed., CPC. If you are considering divorce, Linda can help you tackle the process with a direct and educational approach. - http://www.oasisexperience.com Our Panlists: - Laura Bare from Embark Collaborations - http://www.embarkcollaborations.com/ - Angeline Schuller from New Vista Behavioral Health - https://www.newvistanwi.com/ - Lynda H. LeBlanc from LeBlanc & Mulholland, LLC - http://leblancmulholland.com/ - Olga Stambler from Hurst, Robin & Kay, LLC. - https://hrkfamilylaw.com/ Also let us know if there are questions on divorce, separation and starting over that you want our need answered at info@splitready.com. Are you considering divorce? Get split ready at www.splitready.com Getting Split Ready is produced by Ernie Scatton and EAS Productions. For information on launching your own podcast, contact EAS Productions at 708.989.3985 or erniescatton@gmail.com
Ask the layperson about the divorce rate and it is commonly tossed around that 50% of marriages end in divorce. Even some professionals will reference this percentage. The truth, however, is that the number of divorces has been below 50% for some time and it continues to drop. What does this mean, however, to the future of marriage and divorce? Listen to what our panel has to say. SPONSORED BY DIVORCE COACH AND MEDIATOR - LINDA LUCATORTO, M. Ed., CPC. If you are considering divorce, Linda can help you tackle the process with a direct and educational approach. - http://www.oasisexperience.com Our Panlists: - Laura Bare from Embark Collaborations - http://www.embarkcollaborations.com/ - Angeline Schuller from New Vista Behavioral Health - https://www.newvistanwi.com/ - Lynda H. LeBlanc from LeBlanc & Mulholland, LLC - http://leblancmulholland.com/ - Olga Stambler from Hurst, Robin & Kay, LLC. - https://hrkfamilylaw.com/ Also let us know if there are questions on divorce, separation and starting over that you want our need answered at info@splitready.com. Are you considering divorce? Get split ready at www.splitready.com Getting Split Ready is produced by Ernie Scatton and EAS Productions. For information on launching your own podcast, contact EAS Productions at 708.989.3985 or erniescatton@gmail.com
Divorce can damage a parent-child relationship. Decisions made and behaviors exhibited during and after the split sometimes creates a chasm of trust and disconnection that can be hard to overcome. Reunification Counseling has emerged as a means of focusing therapy and effort into bridging these gaps and healing the family. SPONSORED BY DIVORCE COACH AND MEDIATOR - LINDA LUCATORTO, M. Ed., CPC. If you are considering divorce, Linda can help you tackle the process with a direct and educational approach. - http://www.oasisexperience.com Join us for a discussion with Angeline Schuller from New Vista Behavioral Health about reunification counseling and its role in rebuilding families.. Other Panelists - Laura Bare from Embark Collaborations - http://www.embarkcollaborations.com/ - - Lynda H. LeBlanc from LeBlanc & Mulholland, LLC - http://leblancmulholland.com/ - Olga Stambler from Hurst, Robin & Kay, LLC. - https://hrkfamilylaw.com/ About Angela Angeline R. Schuller, MSW, LCSW, is an Independently Licensed Clinical Social Worker in the State of Indiana. Ms. Schuller received her Master of Social Work from Aurora University in 2015. She started her career by helping parents reunify with their children who had been removed by the Indiana Department of Child Services. From 2017- 2018, Ms. Schuller worked at Confidential Care where she used Dialectical Behavioral Therapy to treat suicidal adolescents in an Intensive Outpatient Program. In 2018, Ms. Schuller received specialized training in working with families effected by separation and divorce. In the state of Indiana, Ms. Schuller is considered to be an expert in Reunification and Co-Parenting Counseling. She is a Court Involved Therapist, Guardian Ad Litem, Parenting Coordinator, Domestic Relations Mediator, and an active member of the Association of Family and Conciliation Courts (AFCC). For more information or to contact Angela go to https://www.newvistanwi.com/. Also let us know if there are questions on divorce, separation and starting over that you want our need answered at info@splitready.com. Are you considering divorce? Get split ready at www.splitready.com Getting Split Ready is produced by Ernie Scatton and EAS Productions. For information on launching your own podcast, contact EAS Productions at 708.989.3985 or erniescatton@gmail.com
Divorce can damage a parent-child relationship. Decisions made and behaviors exhibited during and after the split sometimes creates a chasm of trust and disconnection that can be hard to overcome. Reunification Counseling has emerged as a means of focusing therapy and effort into bridging these gaps and healing the family. SPONSORED BY DIVORCE COACH AND MEDIATOR - LINDA LUCATORTO, M. Ed., CPC. If you are considering divorce, Linda can help you tackle the process with a direct and educational approach. - http://www.oasisexperience.com Join us for a discussion with Angeline Schuller from New Vista Behavioral Health about reunification counseling and its role in rebuilding families.. Other Panelists - Laura Bare from Embark Collaborations - http://www.embarkcollaborations.com/ - - Lynda H. LeBlanc from LeBlanc & Mulholland, LLC - http://leblancmulholland.com/ - Olga Stambler from Hurst, Robin & Kay, LLC. - https://hrkfamilylaw.com/ About Angela Angeline R. Schuller, MSW, LCSW, is an Independently Licensed Clinical Social Worker in the State of Indiana. Ms. Schuller received her Master of Social Work from Aurora University in 2015. She started her career by helping parents reunify with their children who had been removed by the Indiana Department of Child Services. From 2017- 2018, Ms. Schuller worked at Confidential Care where she used Dialectical Behavioral Therapy to treat suicidal adolescents in an Intensive Outpatient Program. In 2018, Ms. Schuller received specialized training in working with families effected by separation and divorce. In the state of Indiana, Ms. Schuller is considered to be an expert in Reunification and Co-Parenting Counseling. She is a Court Involved Therapist, Guardian Ad Litem, Parenting Coordinator, Domestic Relations Mediator, and an active member of the Association of Family and Conciliation Courts (AFCC). For more information or to contact Angela go to https://www.newvistanwi.com/. Also let us know if there are questions on divorce, separation and starting over that you want our need answered at info@splitready.com. Are you considering divorce? Get split ready at www.splitready.com Getting Split Ready is produced by Ernie Scatton and EAS Productions. For information on launching your own podcast, contact EAS Productions at 708.989.3985 or erniescatton@gmail.com
There is a saying that you can divorce your spouse, but you cannot divorce your kids. In short, you will need to interact with your ex-spouse well past the signing of the divorce decree. For some this means a nurturing co-parenting relationship. For others, this can represent a means to continue a dysfunctional relationship. In this case, the children become a weapon with which to inflict harm. While undoubtedly bad for the ex-spouses, this can also cause lasting damage to the children involved. SPONSORED BY DIVORCE COACH AND MEDIATOR - LINDA LUCATORTO, M. Ed., CPC. If you are considering divorce, Linda can help you tackle the process with a direct and educational approach. - http://www.oasisexperience.com Join us for a discussion with Lynda H. LeBlanc from LeBlanc & Mulholland, LLC about parental alienation and how it impacts everyone involved. Other Panelists - Laura Bare from Embark Collaborations - http://www.embarkcollaborations.com/ - Angeline Schuller from New Vista Behavioral Health - https://www.newvistanwi.com/ - Olga Stambler from Hurst, Robin & Kay, LLC. - https://hrkfamilylaw.com/ About Lynda LeBlanc & Mulholland, LLC - http://leblancmulholland.com/ As a Crown Point family law attorney, Lynda represents many men and women across the spectrum of life in Lake County and Porter County. She graduated from Saint Mary's College in Notre Dame, Indiana in 2004 with a BBA and a concentration in accounting and a minor in mathematics. She then attended Michigan State University College of Law, and was one of the first members of the school's Alternative Dispute Resolution Society and later became the President of the ADR Society. During this time, she externed at the Legal Services of South Central Michigan, and continued to work the after my externship ended. she also externed for the Honorable Kathleen A. Feeney in the 17th Judicial Circuit Court in Grand Rapids, Michigan. In 2007, she graduated from MSU College of Law with a Concentration in Family Law and the Child and Family Advocacy Certificate. After passing the Indiana Bar in 2007, she joined the law firm of Cohen, Kelly, Olson, DeHaan & Richter, LLC as an associate attorney. she treasures my time spent being mentored by Attorney Stephen B. Cohen and his assistant Chris. While there, she learned what it meant to be a counselor at law (the important stuff they don't teach you in law school). She wanted to focus more on family law matters, and in 2010 she joined the Law Offices of Julie R. Glade, RN, JD. During her year at that office, she dealt with a vast variety of family law issues. In 2011, she made the decision that it was time to (as they say) hang her own shingle, and started the Law Office of Lynda H. LeBlanc. For more information or to contact Lynda go to http://leblancmulholland.com/. Also let us know if there are questions on divorce, separation and starting over that you want our need answered at info@splitready.com. Are you considering divorce? Get split ready at www.splitready.com Getting Split Ready is produced by Ernie Scatton and EAS Productions. For information on launching your own podcast, contact EAS Productions at 708.989.3985 or erniescatton@gmail.com
There is a saying that you can divorce your spouse, but you cannot divorce your kids. In short, you will need to interact with your ex-spouse well past the signing of the divorce decree. For some this means a nurturing co-parenting relationship. For others, this can represent a means to continue a dysfunctional relationship. In this case, the children become a weapon with which to inflict harm. While undoubtedly bad for the ex-spouses, this can also cause lasting damage to the children involved. SPONSORED BY DIVORCE COACH AND MEDIATOR - LINDA LUCATORTO, M. Ed., CPC. If you are considering divorce, Linda can help you tackle the process with a direct and educational approach. - http://www.oasisexperience.com Join us for a discussion with Lynda H. LeBlanc from LeBlanc & Mulholland, LLC about parental alienation and how it impacts everyone involved. Other Panelists - Laura Bare from Embark Collaborations - http://www.embarkcollaborations.com/ - Angeline Schuller from New Vista Behavioral Health - https://www.newvistanwi.com/ - Olga Stambler from Hurst, Robin & Kay, LLC. - https://hrkfamilylaw.com/ About Lynda LeBlanc & Mulholland, LLC - http://leblancmulholland.com/ As a Crown Point family law attorney, Lynda represents many men and women across the spectrum of life in Lake County and Porter County. She graduated from Saint Mary's College in Notre Dame, Indiana in 2004 with a BBA and a concentration in accounting and a minor in mathematics. She then attended Michigan State University College of Law, and was one of the first members of the school's Alternative Dispute Resolution Society and later became the President of the ADR Society. During this time, she externed at the Legal Services of South Central Michigan, and continued to work the after my externship ended. she also externed for the Honorable Kathleen A. Feeney in the 17th Judicial Circuit Court in Grand Rapids, Michigan. In 2007, she graduated from MSU College of Law with a Concentration in Family Law and the Child and Family Advocacy Certificate. After passing the Indiana Bar in 2007, she joined the law firm of Cohen, Kelly, Olson, DeHaan & Richter, LLC as an associate attorney. she treasures my time spent being mentored by Attorney Stephen B. Cohen and his assistant Chris. While there, she learned what it meant to be a counselor at law (the important stuff they don't teach you in law school). She wanted to focus more on family law matters, and in 2010 she joined the Law Offices of Julie R. Glade, RN, JD. During her year at that office, she dealt with a vast variety of family law issues. In 2011, she made the decision that it was time to (as they say) hang her own shingle, and started the Law Office of Lynda H. LeBlanc. For more information or to contact Lynda go to http://leblancmulholland.com/. Also let us know if there are questions on divorce, separation and starting over that you want our need answered at info@splitready.com. Are you considering divorce? Get split ready at www.splitready.com Getting Split Ready is produced by Ernie Scatton and EAS Productions. For information on launching your own podcast, contact EAS Productions at 708.989.3985 or erniescatton@gmail.com
Although it is dropping, the rate of divorce is still well into the double digits. The cost of divorce us not only considerable to the couple, but costly to municipalities and local governments. As a result, some law makers are floating changes to the process that would introduce rules and waiting periods in an attempt to positively impact couples considering divorce. Is this the right way to go? Listen to what our panel has to say. SPONSORED BY DIVORCE COACH AND MEDIATOR - LINDA LUCATORTO, M. Ed., CPC. If you are considering divorce, Linda can help you tackle the process with a direct and educational approach. - http://www.oasisexperience.com Our Panlists: - Laura Bare from Embark Collaborations - http://www.embarkcollaborations.com/ - Angeline Schuller from New Vista Behavioral Health - https://www.newvistanwi.com/ - Lynda H. LeBlanc from LeBlanc & Mulholland, LLC - http://leblancmulholland.com/ - Olga Stambler from Hurst, Robin & Kay, LLC. - https://hrkfamilylaw.com/ Also let us know if there are questions on divorce, separation and starting over that you want our need answered at info@splitready.com. Are you considering divorce? Get split ready at www.splitready.com Getting Split Ready is produced by Ernie Scatton and EAS Productions. For information on launching your own podcast, contact EAS Productions at 708.989.3985 or erniescatton@gmail.com
Although it is dropping, the rate of divorce is still well into the double digits. The cost of divorce us not only considerable to the couple, but costly to municipalities and local governments. As a result, some law makers are floating changes to the process that would introduce rules and waiting periods in an attempt to positively impact couples considering divorce. Is this the right way to go? Listen to what our panel has to say. SPONSORED BY DIVORCE COACH AND MEDIATOR - LINDA LUCATORTO, M. Ed., CPC. If you are considering divorce, Linda can help you tackle the process with a direct and educational approach. - http://www.oasisexperience.com Our Panlists: - Laura Bare from Embark Collaborations - http://www.embarkcollaborations.com/ - Angeline Schuller from New Vista Behavioral Health - https://www.newvistanwi.com/ - Lynda H. LeBlanc from LeBlanc & Mulholland, LLC - http://leblancmulholland.com/ - Olga Stambler from Hurst, Robin & Kay, LLC. - https://hrkfamilylaw.com/ Also let us know if there are questions on divorce, separation and starting over that you want our need answered at info@splitready.com. Are you considering divorce? Get split ready at www.splitready.com Getting Split Ready is produced by Ernie Scatton and EAS Productions. For information on launching your own podcast, contact EAS Productions at 708.989.3985 or erniescatton@gmail.com
As of August of this year, student debt reached the staggering figure if $1.5 trillion. This staggering number affects over 44 million Americans. It is a system fraught with confusing rules and regulations that make just determining the best payback options a Herculean task. It is a debt that you cannot wipe clean through tools like bankruptcy. So, what then happens when student debt becomes part of the consideration for divorce. SPONSORED BY DIVORCE COACH AND MEDIATOR - LINDA LUCATORTO, M. Ed., CPC. If you are considering divorce, Linda can help you tackle the process with a direct and educational approach. - http://www.oasisexperience.com Join us for an amazing discussion with Laura Bare of Embark Collaborations about strategies and considerations for student debt during divorce. Other Panelists - Angeline Schuller from New Vista Behavioral Health - https://www.newvistanwi.com/ - Lynda H. LeBlanc from LeBlanc & Mulholland, LLC - http://leblancmulholland.com/ - Olga Stambler from Hurst, Robin & Kay, LLC. - https://hrkfamilylaw.com/ About Laura Laura Veeneman Bare is a Certified Divorce Financial Analyst™. As part of the divorce process she helps people figure out what an equitable split of assets and liabilities looks like for their situation. She takes into consideration the ramifications of the financial decisions being made both now, five years out and ten years out (or further) to make sure her clients are well prepared for the future. Laura has experience in mortgage lending and real estate sales and is uniquely positioned to provide advice on the real estate issues that are frequently a part of the divorce process. She takes a collaborative approach in working with other professionals including mediators, family law attorneys and divorce coaches. She is committed to educating and empowering her clients to prepare for the future. For more information or to contact Laura go to http://www.embarkcollaborations.com/. Also let us know if there are questions on divorce, separation and starting over that you want our need answered at info@splitready.com. Are you considering divorce? Get split ready at www.splitready.com Getting Split Ready is produced by Ernie Scatton and EAS Productions. For information on launching your own podcast, contact EAS Productions at 708.989.3985 or erniescatton@gmail.com
As of August of this year, student debt reached the staggering figure if $1.5 trillion. This staggering number affects over 44 million Americans. It is a system fraught with confusing rules and regulations that make just determining the best payback options a Herculean task. It is a debt that you cannot wipe clean through tools like bankruptcy. So, what then happens when student debt becomes part of the consideration for divorce. SPONSORED BY DIVORCE COACH AND MEDIATOR - LINDA LUCATORTO, M. Ed., CPC. If you are considering divorce, Linda can help you tackle the process with a direct and educational approach. - http://www.oasisexperience.com Join us for an amazing discussion with Laura Bare of Embark Collaborations about strategies and considerations for student debt during divorce. Other Panelists - Angeline Schuller from New Vista Behavioral Health - https://www.newvistanwi.com/ - Lynda H. LeBlanc from LeBlanc & Mulholland, LLC - http://leblancmulholland.com/ - Olga Stambler from Hurst, Robin & Kay, LLC. - https://hrkfamilylaw.com/ About Laura Laura Veeneman Bare is a Certified Divorce Financial Analyst™. As part of the divorce process she helps people figure out what an equitable split of assets and liabilities looks like for their situation. She takes into consideration the ramifications of the financial decisions being made both now, five years out and ten years out (or further) to make sure her clients are well prepared for the future. Laura has experience in mortgage lending and real estate sales and is uniquely positioned to provide advice on the real estate issues that are frequently a part of the divorce process. She takes a collaborative approach in working with other professionals including mediators, family law attorneys and divorce coaches. She is committed to educating and empowering her clients to prepare for the future. For more information or to contact Laura go to http://www.embarkcollaborations.com/. Also let us know if there are questions on divorce, separation and starting over that you want our need answered at info@splitready.com. Are you considering divorce? Get split ready at www.splitready.com Getting Split Ready is produced by Ernie Scatton and EAS Productions. For information on launching your own podcast, contact EAS Productions at 708.989.3985 or erniescatton@gmail.com
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Reina Bittner

Limited scope representation: I have this type of representation and my attorney's fee is $425 hr. and a retainer of $2500 but I am afraid of using her services on matters other than her review of a proposed marital settlement agreement not yet drafted. I initially retained an attorney to respond to the petition and represent me but all he did was write a letter of proposal that took 6 months to write at the cost of $14,000 in legal fees. I fired him and retained an attorney on a limited scope and tried Mediation. Unfortubately my husband used the safe place of mediation to state his position which was completely different from what we had already agreed to. The changes of what was previously discussed was not made known to me before our first mediation meeting. It was a waste of money and time and further eroded my trust in the process.

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Reina Bittner

what happens when divorce papers have been filed with the court but no agreements have been reached by the parties? does the court step in to inquire why the case after a year has not been settled?

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Reina Bittner

divorce is too expensive. people don't have money!

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