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Getting Split Ready with Marya Carey Pleasant and Doug Katz

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 home in a divorce often sits at the nexus of the emotional and the financial. For many couples it is not only their largest asset, but also one the primary tangible things that provides them an identity in their community. This means lots of complexity in deciding the best course of action for dispositioning the home with considerations Join us for a discussion about divorce real estate from a legal perspective with Jill Daniels from Jill Daniels Law.SPONSORED BY ONE CUT ORGANIZING - onecutorg@gmail.comOther Panelists:- Theresa Beran Kulat from Trinity Family Law- Stephen Koh from Lenox Advisors - Karen Kalliel - Clinical Social Worker and TherapistAlso 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.comGetting 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
The home in a divorce often sits at the nexus of the emotional and financial components of divorce. For many couples it is not only their largest asset, but also one the primary tangible things that provides them an identity in their community. This means lots of complexity in deciding the best course of action for dispositioning the home with considerations Join us for a discussion about divorce real estate from a legal perspective with Jill Daniels from Jill Daniels Law.SPONSORED BY ONE CUT ORGANIZING - onecutorg@gmail.comOther Panelists:- Theresa Beran Kulat from Trinity Family Law- Stephen Koh from Lenox Advisors - Karen Kalliel - Clinical Social Worker and TherapistAlso 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.comGetting 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
Feeling down sometimes is a part of life but feeling unhappy can be something more than a passing phase. When sadness becomes depression, it can be time to get help. Depression can not only affect your life and those around you, it can also lead to problems with your health and well-being. Divorce is a life event that can cause depression or worsen existing depression related issues and because of this, it is essential to be pro-active in identifying and dealing with potential depression. Some statistics about depression:•Major depressive disorder affects approximately 17.3 million American adults, or about 7.1% of the U.S. population age 18 and older, in a given year. (National Institute of Mental Health “Major Depression”, 2017)•Major depressive disorder is more prevalent in women than in men. (Journal of the American Medical Association, 2003; Jun 18; 289(23): 3095-105) •Depression is the cause of over two-thirds of the 30,000 reported suicides in the U.S. each year. (White House Conference on Mental Health, 1999)•Up to 80% of those treated for depression show an improvement in their symptoms generally within four to six weeks of beginning medication, psychotherapy, attending support groups or a combination of these treatments. (National Institute of Health, 1998)•Despite its high treatment success rate, nearly two out of three people suffering with depression do not actively seek nor receive proper treatment. (DBSA, 1996)Join us with a conversation with about divorce related depression with Clinical Social Worker and Therapist Karen Kalliel.Other Panelists:•Theresa Beran Kulat from Trinity Family Law•Stephen Koh from Lenox Advisors •Jill Daniels from Jill Daniels LawAlso 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.comGetting 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 include:Therapy and self-care Money as the cause of divorceAlternative lifestyles and divorceSocial media and divorcePre-divorce counselingThis Month's Panelists areAmy Schillinger - Clinical Director, President, Owner at Balance Stress Management & Therapy - https://balancestresstx.com/Jessica Malmquist - Partner - Owner Greenwich Law Group, LLC - https://www.greenwichlawgroup.com/Pamela Rak - LSCW, PC - https://www.pamelaraklcsw.com/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.comGetting 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
Feeling down sometimes is a part of life but feeling unhappy can be something more than a passing phase. When sadness becomes depression, it can be time to get help. Depression can not only affect your life and those around you, it can also lead to problems with your health and well-being. Divorce is a life event that can cause depression or worsen existing depression related issues and because of this, it is essential to be pro-active in identifying and dealing with potential depression. Some statistics about depression:•Major depressive disorder affects approximately 17.3 million American adults, or about 7.1% of the U.S. population age 18 and older, in a given year. (National Institute of Mental Health “Major Depression”, 2017)•Major depressive disorder is more prevalent in women than in men. (Journal of the American Medical Association, 2003; Jun 18; 289(23): 3095-105) •Depression is the cause of over two-thirds of the 30,000 reported suicides in the U.S. each year. (White House Conference on Mental Health, 1999)•Up to 80% of those treated for depression show an improvement in their symptoms generally within four to six weeks of beginning medication, psychotherapy, attending support groups or a combination of these treatments. (National Institute of Health, 1998)•Despite its high treatment success rate, nearly two out of three people suffering with depression do not actively seek nor receive proper treatment. (DBSA, 1996)Join us with a conversation with about divorce related depression with Clinical Social Worker and Therapist Karen Kalliel.Other Panelists:•Theresa Beran Kulat from Trinity Family Law•Stephen Koh from Lenox Advisors •Jill Daniels from Jill Daniels LawAlso 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.comGetting 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
Insurance is an essential part of life. It protects us when we are sick and protects our families when we pass away. What happens, however, when divorce comes into play? How do you ensure that you have the appropriate amount of coverage? What happens with beneficiaries? Are increases required to meet the demands of child support and alimony? Join us for a discussion with Steve Koh from Lenox Advisors for a discussion on the importance considerations and changing needs for life and disability insurance during and after a divorce.Other Panelists:- Theresa Beran Kulat from Trinity Family Law- Karen Kalliel - Clinical Social Worker and Therapist- Jill Daniels from Jill Daniels LawAlso let us know if there are questions on divorce, separation and starting over that you want our need answered at info@splitready.comAre you considering divorce? Get split ready at www.splitready.comGetting 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
Insurance is an essential part of life. It protects us when we are sick and protects our families when we pass away. What happens, however, when divorce comes into play? How do you ensure that you have the appropriate amount of coverage? What happens with beneficiaries? Are increases required to meet the demands of child support and alimony? Join us for a discussion with Steve Koh from Lenox Advisors for a discussion on the importance considerations and changing needs for life and disability insurance during and after a divorce.Other Panelists:- Theresa Beran Kulat from Trinity Family Law- Karen Kalliel - Clinical Social Worker and Therapist- Jill Daniels from Jill Daniels LawAlso let us know if there are questions on divorce, separation and starting over that you want our need answered at info@splitready.comAre you considering divorce? Get split ready at www.splitready.comGetting 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
Divorcing couples often go down an obvious and incomplete path for resolution and ignore the spiritual side of things. Regardless of a person’s particular preferred flavor of religion or philosophy, they likely espouse some belief system that helps to reconcile the difficulties that they face in everyday life, but many times these can be disconnected with or even questioned throughout their navigation through the divorce process, which can hamper resolution of the divorce and the healing after.Join us for a conversation about spiritual and meta-physical considerations during divorce with Theresa Beran Kulat from Trinity Family Law.SPONSORED BY DIVORCE CREDIT PRO - www.divorcecreditpro.comOther Panelists:- Stephen Koh from Lenox Advisors - Karen Kalliel - Clinical Social Worker and Therapist- Jill Daniels from Jill Daniels LawAlso let us know if there are questions on divorce, separation and starting over that you want our need answered at info@splitready.comAre you considering divorce? Get split ready at www.splitready.comGetting 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
Divorcing couples often go down an obvious and incomplete path for resolution and ignore the spiritual side of things. Regardless of a person’s particular preferred flavor of religion or philosophy, they likely espouse some belief system that helps to reconcile the difficulties that they face in everyday life, but many times these can be disconnected with or even questioned throughout their navigation through the divorce process, which can hamper resolution of the divorce and the healing after.Join us for a conversation about spiritual and meta-physical considerations during divorce with Theresa Beran Kulat from Trinity Family Law.SPONSORED BY DIVORCE CREDIT PRO - www.divorcecreditpro.comOther Panelists:- Stephen Koh from Lenox Advisors - Karen Kalliel - Clinical Social Worker and Therapist- Jill Daniels from Jill Daniels LawAlso let us know if there are questions on divorce, separation and starting over that you want our need answered at info@splitready.comAre you considering divorce? Get split ready at www.splitready.comGetting 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
Guests IncludeTheresa Kulat from Trinity Family Law - https://trinityfamilylaw.com/Steve Koh from Lenox Advisors http://www.lenoxadvisors.com/biographies/steve-kohKaren Kalliel LCSW - https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/therapists/karen-kalliel-chicago-il/59463Jill Beda Daniels from Jill Daniels LLC - https://www.jilldanielslaw.com/SEGMENTSSegment 1 – A Metaphysical View on DivorceSegment 2 - Insurance Considerations in DivorceSegment 3 - Depression Segment 4 - Divorce and Real Estate - An Attorney PerspectiveSegment 5 - Answering Your Questions
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