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Courtroom Confidential is a podcast that takes you inside the courtroom here and abroad on compelling cases featuring exclusive interviews with the attorneys and litigants and showcasing riveting special series such as Inside Innocence with the California Innocence Project, The Right Stuff Series, and Until Court Do Us Part Series on the cautionary tales of divorce in the modern era. Hosted by lawyer Tara Shah and produced by Stiletto Mafia Productions and Cloudcast Media.
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Courtroom Confidential’s “The Right Stuff Series” is a 5-part series dedicated to helping you to find the lawyer with the right stuff for your case by examining 5 of the most important characteristics of a great lawyer! Co-hosted by Daniel Crespo and Michael D’Andrea, litigation partners at the premier law firm Bremer Whyte Brown & O’Meara, in this episode you learn why and how ‘honesty is the best litigator’. This series is proudly sponsored by Pete Fowler Construction.Daniel and Michael are the hiring partners in the Los Angeles office and the qualities that they recommend clients look for when researching lawyers are the same skills they look for when interviewing new applicants. Through their cautionary tales you will learn why you want a lawyer who is honest and possesses strong interpersonal skills. The lawyer-client relationship is based on trust. Trust starts with honesty and begins by setting realistic expectations and being straightforward about the merits of a case from the start. In addition, hiring a lawyer with strong interpersonal skills can make all the difference for the success of your case since the lawyer has interact with the client, the court, opposing parties, and third parties. .Daniel and Michael are the hiring partners in the Los Angeles office and the qualities that they recommend clients look for when researching lawyers are the same skills they look for when interviewing new applicants. Through their cautionary tales you will learn why you want a lawyer who is prepared to ‘go to mattresses for you’ and can do it while maintaining respect for others and themselves. At the end of the day, integrity is at its core, the most important quality of a good lawyer.About the Partners: Daniel A. Crespo is a partner with Bremer Whyte Brown & O’Meara LLP in its Los Angeles office, directing his focus is on complex civil litigation matters including personal injury cases, habitability cases, construction defect cases, as well as business litigation.Michael D’Andrea is a partner based in the Los Angeles office of Bremer Whyte Brown & O’Meara. He is a litigator and trial attorney. His focus is in personal injury litigation, consumer product litigation, commercial product litigation, premises liability matters, environmental matters and toxic tort litigation. He was also recently named as a Rising Star via Super Lawyer Magazine in 2021. This series is proudly brought to you by Pete Fowler Construction, a team of building experts who help lawyers and insurers negotiate from a place of strength by understanding technical building and cost issues. To learn more, visit PeteFowler.com.
Courtroom Confidential’s “The Right Stuff Series” is a 5-part series dedicated to helping you to find the lawyer with the right stuff for your case by examining 5 of the most important characteristics of a great lawyer! Co-hosted by Daniel Crespo and Michael D’Andrea, litigation partners at the premier law firm Bremer Whyte Brown & O’Meara, in this episode you learn the lesson of why it’s important that you hire a lawyer with integrity.Daniel and Michael are the hiring partners in the Los Angeles office and the qualities that they recommend clients look for when researching lawyers are the same skills they look for when interviewing new applicants. Through their cautionary tales you will learn why you want a lawyer who is prepared to ‘go to mattresses for you’ and can do it while maintaining respect for others and themselves. At the end of the day, integrity is at its core, the single most important quality of a great lawyer.About the Partners: Daniel A. Crespo is a partner with Bremer Whyte Brown & O’Meara LLP in its Los Angeles office, directing his focus is on complex civil litigation matters including personal injury cases, habitability cases, construction defect cases, as well as business litigation.Michael D’Andrea is a partner based in the Los Angeles office of Bremer Whyte Brown & O’Meara. He is a litigator and trial attorney. His focus is in personal injury litigation, consumer product litigation, commercial product litigation, premises liability matters, environmental matters and toxic tort litigation. He was also recently named as a Rising Star via Super Lawyer Magazine in 2021. This series is proudly brought to you by Pete Fowler Construction, a team of building experts who help lawyers and insurers negotiate from a place of strength by understanding technical building and cost issues. To learn more, visit PeteFowler.com.
Courtroom Confidential’s “The Right Stuff Series” is a 5-part series dedicated to helping you to find the lawyer with the right stuff for your case by examining 5 of the most important characteristics of a great lawyer! Co-hosted by Daniel Crespo and Michael D’Andrea, litigation partners at the premier law firm Bremer Whyte Brown & O’Meara, in this episode you learn the pros and cons of hiring an overly aggressive litigator. This series is sponsored by Pete Fowler Construction.Daniel and Michael are the hiring partners in the Los Angeles office and the qualities that they recommend clients look for when researching lawyers are the same skills they look for when interviewing new applicants. Through their cautionary tales you will learn why an in-your-face, aggressive attorney is not always the most effective litigator. There is a time and place to be demanding and assertive, and a shrewd litigator will know when and where that is and will do it with a specific strategy in mind to win the client’s case. About the Partners: Daniel A. Crespo is a partner with Bremer Whyte Brown & O’Meara LLP in its Los Angeles office, directing his focus is on complex civil litigation matters including personal injury cases, habitability cases, construction defect cases, as well as business litigation.Michael D’Andrea is a partner based in the Los Angeles office of Bremer Whyte Brown & O’Meara. He is a litigator and trial attorney. His focus is in personal injury litigation, consumer product litigation, commercial product litigation, premises liability matters, environmental matters and toxic tort litigation. He was also recently named as a Rising Star via Super Lawyer Magazine in 2021. This series is proudly brought to you by Pete Fowler Construction, a team of building experts who help lawyers and insurers negotiate from a place of strength by understanding technical building and cost issues. To learn more, visit PeteFowler.com.
Courtroom Confidential’s “The Right Stuff Series” is a 5-part series dedicated to helping you to find the lawyer with the right stuff for your case by examining 5 of the most important characteristics of a great lawyer! Co-hosted by Daniel Crespo and Michael D’Andrea, litigation partners at the premier law firm Bremer Whyte Brown & O’Meara, in this episode you learn the lesson of why it’s important that you hire a lawyer who is an experienced negotiator. Daniel and Michael are the hiring partners in the Los Angeles office and the qualities that they recommend clients look for when researching lawyers are the same skills they look for when interviewing new applicants. Through their cautionary tales you will learn why the best litigator is a skilled negotiator. The reality is most cases do not go to trial within one week after the case is filed like on television. Taking a case from date of file to trial can be long drive down litigation lane, which is why a vast majority of them settle long before trial. Having a lawyer who is an adept, savvy, and strategic negotiator can make all the difference for the outcome in your case. About the Partners: Daniel A. Crespo is a partner with Bremer Whyte Brown & O’Meara LLP in its Los Angeles office, directing his focus is on complex civil litigation matters including personal injury cases, habitability cases, construction defect cases, as well as business litigation.Michael D’Andrea is a partner based in the Los Angeles office of Bremer Whyte Brown & O’Meara. He is a litigator and trial attorney. His focus is in personal injury litigation, consumer product litigation, commercial product litigation, premises liability matters, environmental matters and toxic tort litigation. He was also recently named as a Rising Star via Super Lawyer Magazine in 2021. This series is proudly brought to you by Pete Fowler Construction, a team of building experts who help lawyers and insurers negotiate from a place of strength by understanding technical building and cost issues. To learn more, visit PeteFowler.com.
Courtroom Confidential’s “The Right Stuff Series” is a 5-part series that is dedicated to helping you to find the lawyer with the right stuff for your case by examining 5 of the most important characteristics of a great lawyer! Co-hosted by Daniel Crespo and Michael D’Andrea, litigation partners at the premier law firm Bremer Whyte Brown & O’Meara, in this episode you will learn the lesson of why it’s important that you hire a lawyer who is an effective communicator. Daniel and Michael are the hiring partners in the Los Angeles office and the qualities that they recommend clients look for when researching lawyers are the same skills they look for when interviewing new applicants. Through their cautionary tales you will learn why the best lawyer is one who communicates with the client regularly, candidly, and earnestly. Having efficient and effective correspondence with the client and all parties involved can help advance investigation at critical times, be essential during discovery and negotiation phases, and to foster a more positive relationship with the client. About the Partners: Daniel A. Crespo is a partner with Bremer Whyte Brown & O’Meara LLP in its Los Angeles office, directing his focus is on complex civil litigation matters including personal injury cases, habitability cases, construction defect cases, as well as business litigation.Michael D’Andrea is a partner based in the Los Angeles office of Bremer Whyte Brown & O’Meara. He is a litigator and trial attorney. His focus is in personal injury litigation, consumer product litigation, commercial product litigation, premises liability matters, environmental matters and toxic tort litigation. He was also recently named as a Rising Star via Super Lawyer Magazine in 2021. This series is proudly brought to you by Pete Fowler Construction, a team of building experts who help lawyers and insurers negotiate from a place of strength by understanding technical building and cost issues. To learn more, visit PeteFowler.com.
Domestic violence is a serious topic and almost every family law attorney, unfortunately, has had a client who has been a victim of it. Domestic violence is not limited to physical abuse as it can also manifest from harassment and emotional abuse. Due to the complexities and strong emotions involved in these types of cases, it is wise to have an experienced and compassionate attorney who can manage the case from the Temporary Restraining Order stage through trial. This is why Nicole Nuzzo, Sheila Stiles, and Nicole Schmidt of Bremer Whyte Brown & O'Meara are here to teach you the lesson on: Helping victims of domestic violence. Bremer Whyte Brown & O'Meara’s family law practice is known for representing all types of individuals in complex family law matters, including domestic violence cases. Nicole Schmidt, Nicole Nuzzo, and Sheila Stiles are partners in the firm’s Newport Beach office and are all designated specialists in the area of family law by the State Bar of California Board of Legal Specialization.This series is proudly sponsored by Pete Fowler Construction, a team of building experts who help lawyers and insurers negotiate from a place of strength by understanding technical building and cost issues. Pete Fowler Construction's experts translate technical jargon into plain-English anyone can understand. Lawyers and insurers need to understand nuanced, technical building issues and costs to make smart decisions and solve the problem. To learn more visit PeteFowler.com.
An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure! That adage that could not ring more true than with the divorce process. One way to better navigate through the muddy waters of divorce and best protect your assets is to have a strong premarital agreement from the outset. This is why Nicole Nuzzo, Sheila Stiles, and Nicole Schmidt of Bremer Whyte Brown & O'Meara are here to teach you the lesson: How to marry wise and divorce with less hassle with a detailed premarital agreement that meets your needs. Bremer Whyte Brown & O'Meara’s family law practice is known for representing high-net worth individuals often with complex cases. Nicole Schmidt, Nicole Nuzzo, and Sheila Stiles are partners in the firm’s Newport Beach office and are all designated specialists in the area of family law by the State Bar of California Board of Legal Specialization. This series is brought to you by Pete Fowler Construction. Pete Fowler Construction has expert consultants with the experience and knowledge you need to feel confident on construction defect cases, property and injury claims, contract disputes, and everything in between. Visit Petefowler.com to see their list of experts so you can find informed solutions to your construction problems.
An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure! That adage could not ring more true than with the divorce process. One way to better navigate through the muddy waters of divorce and best protect your assets is to have a strong premarital agreement from the outset. This is why Nicole Nuzzo, Sheila Stiles, and Nicole Schmidt of Bremer Whyte Brown & O'Meara are here to teach you the lesson: How to marry wise and divorce with less hassle with a detailed premarital agreement that meets your needs. Bremer Whyte Brown & O'Meara’s family law practice is known for representing high-net worth individuals often with complex cases. Nicole Schmidt, Nicole Nuzzo, and Sheila Stiles are partners in the firm’s Newport Beach office and are all designated specialists in the area of family law by the State Bar of California Board of Legal Specialization. This series is brought to you by Pete Fowler Construction. Pete Fowler Construction has expert consultants with the experience and knowledge you need to feel confident on construction defect cases, property and injury claims, contract disputes, and everything in between. Visit Petefowler.com to see their list of experts so you can find informed solutions to your construction problems.
While COVID-19 caused courts to close their doors in early 2020, it didn’t slow down the pace of couples wanting a divorce! However, in the wake of the pandemic, a new courtroom experience has emerged - virtual divorce court. You may be wondering what virtual court looks like, how clients and attorneys manage and prepare for it, the pros and cons of online trials, what to wear, and if any of the court procedures have changed as a result. One thing is certain; decorum and respect for the court must be maintained. The good news is there is no need to worry! In this episode, Nicole Nuzzo, Sheila Stiles, and Nicole Schmidt of Bremer Whyte Brown & O'Meara are here to teach you from their lessons learned in virtual divorce court! Bremer Whyte Brown & O'Meara’s family law practice is known for representing high-net worth individuals often with complex cases. Nicole Schmidt, Nicole Nuzzo, and Sheila Stiles are partners in the firm’s Newport Beach office and are all designated specialists in the area of family law by the State Bar of California Board of Legal Specialization.This series is brought to you by Pete Fowler Construction, a team of building experts who help lawyers and insurers find solutions to their expensive problems. They translate the technical speak of building design, engineering, estimating, and construction into plain-English everyone can understand and use to make smart decisions. To learn more visit PeteFowler.com.
For better or for worse, parents are at home with their kids more now than ever due to COVID-19. Your current parenting plan may not be the best plan for your child/children in light of the pandemic. There are a multitude of considerations that parents and courts are finding need to be reviewed due to the novel coronavirus, such as whether the change giving rise to need for a change are temporary or long term, mental health of the child, and stability and continuity within the home. There are so many lessons that attorneys and clients are having to learn as the pandemic carries on. Nicole Nuzzo, Sheila Stiles, and Nicole Schmidt of Bremer Whyte Brown & O'Meara are here to teach you the lesson on: Managing child custody in era of COVID. Bremer Whyte Brown & O'Meara’s family law practice is known for representing high-net worth individuals often with complex cases. Nicole Schmidt, Nicole Nuzzo, and Sheila Stiles are partners in the firm’s Newport Beach office and are all designated specialists in the area of family law by the State Bar of California Board of Legal Specialization.This series is proudly sponsored by Pete Fowler Construction, a team of building experts who help lawyers and insurers negotiate from a place of strength by understanding technical building and cost issues. Pete Fowler Construction's experts translate technical jargon into plain-English anyone can understand. Lawyers and insurers need to understand nuanced, technical building issues and costs to make smart decisions and solve the problem. To learn more visit PeteFowler.com.
It seemed as if the world had stopped spinning in March 2020 when the COVID-19 pandemic became a serious global health threat. No one knew the tremendous financial impact it would have on the lives of so many, resulting in the loss or reduction of income for those who pay support. The impact of which has affected the ability for some to meet their spousal and child support obligations and for others receiving support to make ends meet. There are many lessons to be learned regarding support such as how to deal with a reduction in income during the pandemic and why the reduction may be a basis to modify support. In this episode, Nicole Nuzzo, Sheila Stiles, and Nicole Schmidt of Bremer Whyte Brown & O'Meara share tips on how to manage spousal and child support in the era of COVID-19. Bremer Whyte Brown & O'Meara’s family law practice is known for representing high-net worth individuals often with complex cases. Nicole Schmidt, Nicole Nuzzo, and Sheila Stiles are partners in the firm’s Newport Beach office and are all designated specialists in the area of family law by the State Bar of California Board of Legal Specialization.This series is brought to you by Pete Fowler Construction, a team of building experts who help lawyers and insurers find solutions to their expensive problems. They translate the technical speak of building design, engineering, estimating, and construction into plain-English everyone can understand and use to make smart decisions. To learn more visit PeteFowler.com.
Have you ever had a friend who was presented with a last-minute prenuptial agreement during a romantic weekend as if it were a small thing to check off the wedding to-do list? In this episode you will hear the fateful stories of people who tried to do more than just file forms on their own, but rather tried to negotiate a prenuptial agreement on their own or to settle a high-stakes divorce without the involvement of their attorneys. Nicole Nuzzo, Sheila Stiles, and Nicole Schmidt, family law partners of the premier firm Bremer Whyte Brown & O'Meara join Courtroom Confidential for this exciting series, Until Court Do Us Part. This series showcases some wide-ranging cautionary lessons learned from the depths of divorce court. In this episode Nicole, Nicole, and Sheila are here to teach you the lesson: Don’t Fake it Until you Don’t Make it…Get an AttorneyBremer Whyte Brown & O'Meara’s family law practice is known for representing high-net worth individuals often with complex cases. Nicole Schmidt, Nicole Nuzzo, and Sheila Stiles are partners in the firm’s Newport Beach office and are all designated specialists in the area of family law by the State Bar of California Board of Legal Specialization. This series is proudly sponsored by National Business Investigations, Inc. Trusted by top law firms, corporate and private clients and businesses for over 5 decades for civil litigation support and criminal and family law matters to uncover the truth, locate people, discover and recover assets and conduct workplace investigations and surveillance. To learn more visit www.investigations-nbi.com.
How many times have you asked yourself or heard someone else say I don't really need an attorney for this because it seems simple, I'll save money and do it myself? What if you submit a form in an effort to reduce the support you owe, only to realize you affectively increased the support? In this episode we learn some of the unintended and wholly unexpected consequences of filing certain family court forms pro se (on our own) without the trained eye of a family law attorney to look it over before you file.Nicole Nuzzo, Sheila Stiles, and Nicole Schmidt, family law partners of the premier firm Bremer Whyte Brown & O'Meara join Courtroom Confidential for this exciting 10-part series, Until Court Do Us Part. This series showcases some wide-ranging cautionary lessons learned from the depths of divorce court. In this episode Nicole, Nicole, and Sheila are here to teach you the lesson: Pro Se, No Way! Have a Lawyer Review Before You File Forms in Your Divorce!Bremer Whyte Brown & O'Meara’s family law practice is known for representing high-net worth individuals often with complex cases. Nicole Schmidt, Nicole Nuzzo, and Sheila Stiles are partners in the firm’s Newport Beach office and are all designated specialists in the area of family law by the State Bar of California Board of Legal Specialization. This series is proudly sponsored by National Business Investigations, Inc. Trusted by top law firms, corporate and private clients and businesses for over 5 decades for civil litigation support and criminal and family law matters to uncover the truth, locate people, discover and recover assets and conduct workplace investigations and surveillance. To learn more visit www.investigations-nbi.com.
During divorce the court may appoint experts to provide recommendations on the issues of custody, vocation, and financial/asset valuations. The opinions of these experts could have grave consequences on your divorce, child custody, and other family law matters. Which is why it's really important to know how to question the court appointed experts and how to call the credibility of those reports into question.Nicole Nuzzo, Sheila Stiles, and Nicole Schmidt, family law partners of the premier firm Bremer Whyte Brown & O'Meara join Courtroom Confidential for this exciting 10-part series, Until Court Do Us Part. This series showcases some wide-ranging cautionary lessons learned from the depths of divorce court. In this episode Nicole, Nicole, and Sheila are here to teach you the lesson: Question the Expert in your Divorce—wisely!Bremer Whyte Brown & O'Meara’s family law practice is known for representing high-net worth individuals often with complex cases. Nicole Schmidt, Nicole Nuzzo, and Sheila Stiles are partners in the firm’s Newport Beach office, and are all designated specialists in the area of family law by the State Bar of California Board of Legal Specialization. This series is proudly sponsored by National Business Investigations, Inc. Trusted by top law firms, corporate and private clients and businesses for over 5 decades for civil litigation support and criminal and family law matters to uncover the truth, locate people, discover and recover assets and conduct workplace investigations and surveillance. To learn more visit www.investigations-nbi.com.
Divorce can be messy and complex all on its own without the added layer of a spouse-managed corporation, a spouse who is a majority shareholder, or when there is also a jointly owned partnership. If your spouse owned a business prior to marriage and during the marriage hires you as an employee within the company, do you have any rights to a share in the business at divorce? If your spouse promises you the earth, moon, and part of the business one night while lovingly staring into each other’s eyes, does that mean that you are now entitled to a part of the business? Just how easy is it to untangle the corporate web during the divorce?Nicole Nuzzo, Sheila Stiles, and Nicole Schmidt, family law partners of the premier firm Bremer Whyte Brown & O'Meara join Courtroom Confidential for this exciting 10-part series, Until Court Do Us Part. This series showcases some wide-ranging cautionary lessons learned from the depths of divorce court. In this episode Nicole, Nicole, and Sheila are here to teach you the lesson: Corporate Divorce!Bremer Whyte Brown & O'Meara’s family law practice is known for representing high-net worth individuals often with complex cases. Nicole Schmidt, Nicole Nuzzo, and Sheila Stiles are partners in the firm’s Newport Beach office, and are all designated specialists in the area of family law by the State Bar of California Board of Legal Specialization. This series is proudly sponsored by National Business Investigations, Inc. Trusted by top law firms, corporate and private clients and businesses for over 5 decades for civil litigation support and criminal and family law matters to uncover the truth, locate people, discover and recover assets and conduct workplace investigations and surveillance. To learn more visit www.investigations-nbi.com.
Have you been mixing the pleasure of marriage with a jointly owned business? In this episode, you will learn that sometimes filing for divorce is not the only thing you may want to sue your spouse for. If you jointly own a business with your spouse or have entered into business contracts along with your spouse, you may need to sue your spouse for a divorce, a business tort, and breach of contract. You may also need to hire a business law attorney to help wind down the business. This episode discusses practical solutions and considerations when faced with this very dilemma.Nicole Nuzzo, Sheila Stiles, and Nicole Schmidt, family law partners of the premier firm Bremer Whyte Brown & O'Meara join Courtroom Confidential for this exciting 10-part series, Until Court Do Us Part. This series showcases some wide-ranging cautionary lessons learned from the depths of divorce court. In this episode Nicole, Nicole, and Sheila are here to teach you the lesson of what happens when you mix pleasure with business or have other claims against your spouse at divorce.Bremer Whyte Brown & O'Meara’s family law practice is known for representing high-net worth individuals often with complex cases. Nicole Schmidt, Nicole Nuzzo, and Sheila Stiles are partners in the firm’s Newport Beach office and are all designated specialists in the area of family law by the State Bar of California Board of Legal Specialization. This series is proudly sponsored by National Business Investigations, Inc. Trusted by top law firms, corporate and private clients and businesses for over 5 decades for civil litigation support and criminal and family law matters to uncover the truth, locate people, discover and recover assets and conduct workplace investigations and surveillance. To learn more visit www.investigations-nbi.com.This episode is brought to you by Array. Array, the litigation support partner that delivers speed, accuracy and unmatched service. Array manages the logistics of litigation so lawyers can focus on winning their cases. For information on how Array can help to uncover hard-to-find data and improve outcomes with their state of the art data forensics and investigations services and expert witnesses, visit www.trustarray.com
You probably have heard a story from a friend going through a very expensive divorce, and wondered just how big the divorce bill can be. Have you ever heard the sales gimmick, pay more, save later, does it really apply to divorce? Nicole Nuzzo, Sheila Stiles, and Nicole Schmidt, family law partners of the premier firm Bremer Whyte Brown & O'Meara join Courtroom Confidential for this exciting 10-part series, Until Court Do Us Part. This series showcases some wide-ranging cautionary lessons learned from the depths of divorce court. In this episode Nicole, Nicole, and Sheila are here to teach you the lesson: Overkill Your Divorce Case. Pay More, Save Later!In this episode you will learn about factors that can affect the cost of divorce. Even divorces that appear simple can have financial ramifications if not done right the first time. Nicole, Nicole and Sheila talk about the pricey lessons that some have made by trying to save money in the beginning or while trying to be ‘amicable’ and concede to certain terms without knowing the potential legal and financial consequences of those choices. Sometimes paying a little more in the beginning, can save you a lot of money in the long term.Bremer Whyte Brown & O'Meara’s family law practice is known for representing high-net worth individuals often with complex cases. Nicole Schmidt, Nicole Nuzzo, and Sheila Stiles are partners in the firm’s Newport Beach office and are all designated specialists in the area of family law by the State Bar of California Board of Legal Specialization. This series is proudly sponsored by National Business Investigations, Inc. Trusted by top law firms, corporate and private clients and businesses for over 5 decades for civil litigation support and criminal and family law matters to uncover the truth, locate people, discover and recover assets and conduct workplace investigations and surveillance. To learn more visit www.investigations-nbi.com.
These days everyone is on social media from FB, IG, Twitter, LinkedIn, TikTok, you name it, and the impact is can have on your divorce and custody matters is real. Ever wondered if your modeling picture on Instagram will affect your spousal support? What about the picture your friend tags you in with your new Porsche after claiming you lost your job and have no other assets? Can advertising on Craig’s List as an escort affect spousal support? Can your lack of a LinkedIn profile negatively impact your divorce case? What if after a review of your financials during divorce you are caught paying for “dinner” (aka drugs) on Venmo, can that affect child custody?Nicole Nuzzo, Sheila Stiles, and Nicole Schmidt, family law partners of the premier firm Bremer Whyte Brown & O'Meara join Courtroom Confidential for this exciting 10-part series, Until Court Do Us Part. This series showcases some wide-ranging cautionary lessons learned from the depths of divorce court. In this episode Nicole, Nicole, and Sheila are here to answer these questions and to teach you the lesson: Sexting, IG, FB, and OMG what did I do? The impact your social media footprint and social activities can have on your divorce and custody matters.In this episode you will learn the impact your social media, social activities, and texting can have on your divorce and child custody matters. During divorce, when determining support and custody matters, attorneys may hire private investigators to scour through your social media to check the claims of a spouse. And yes, they uncover it all, including photos your friends post of you on social media and financial transactions on PayPal and Venmo!Bremer Whyte Brown & O'Meara’s family law practice is known for representing high-net worth individuals often with complex cases. Nicole Schmidt, Nicole Nuzzo, and Sheila Stiles are partners in the firm’s Newport Beach office and are all designated specialists in the area of family law by the State Bar of California Board of Legal Specialization. This series is proudly sponsored by National Business Investigations, Inc. Trusted by top law firms, corporate and private clients and businesses for over 5 decades for civil litigation support and criminal and family law matters to uncover the truth, locate people, discover and recover assets and conduct workplace investigations and surveillance. To learn more visit www.investigations-nbi.com.This episode is proudly brought to you by Array. Array, the litigation support partner that delivers speed, accuracy and unmatched service. Array manages the logistics of litigation so lawyers can focus on winning their cases. For information on how Array can help to uncover hard-to-find data and improve outcomes with their state of the art data forensics and investigations services and expert witnesses, visit www.trustarray.com
Have you ever sent a nastygram, hateful text, accusatory email, or left an angry post-it note to your spouse or partner written in the heat of the moment when the emotions were still fresh? Every relationship has seen one or two of those (or in some cases much more). In this episode you will learn why it is so important to be mindful of what you put in writing when communicating with your partner, both during and at the end of your marriage. It could affect a range of issues from support to child custody matters. Once the war of words begins, there is no winner in the end, only a damaged marriage. Nicole Nuzzo, Sheila Stiles, and Nicole Schmidt, family law partners of the premier firm Bremer Whyte Brown & O'Meara join Courtroom Confidential for this exciting 10-part series, Until Court Do Us Part. This series showcases some wide-ranging cautionary lessons learned from the depths of divorce court. In this episode Nicole, Nicole, and Sheila teach you the lesson: The Losing War of Words!Bremer Whyte Brown & O'Meara’s family law practice is known for representing high-net worth individuals often with complex cases. Nicole Schmidt, Nicole Nuzzo, and Sheila Stiles are partners in the firm’s Newport Beach office and are all designated specialists in the area of family law by the State Bar of California Board of Legal Specialization. This series is proudly sponsored by National Business Investigations, Inc. Trusted by top law firms, corporate and private clients and businesses for over 5 decades for civil litigation support and criminal and family law matters to uncover the truth, locate people, discover and recover assets and conduct workplace investigations and surveillance. To learn more visit www.investigations-nbi.com.
Have you ever wondered if you acquire any rights if you live with your partner but never legally marry? This episode dives into the rights of partners in traditional, modern, and unconventional relationships. Nicole Nuzzo, Sheila Stiles, and Nicole Schmidt, family law partners of the premier firm Bremer Whyte Brown & O'Meara join Courtroom Confidential for this exciting 10-part series, Until Court Do Us Part. This series showcases some wide-ranging cautionary lessons learned from the depths of divorce court. In this episode Nicole, Nicole, and Sheila teach you the lesson: The High Cost of Living with Your Partner without a Cohabitation Agreement! In addition, special guest Michael Julian, President of National Business Investigations, Inc., our proud series title sponsor, joins us to give insight on how private investigators work with family law attorneys to uncover the scandalous truth. A cohabitation agreement may not be sexy, but it’s smart! The rights of unmarried versus married couples who live together to financial support, jointly acquired property, and separate property are explored in this episode. You will also hear about the double dealing ‘putative spouse’ and the rights of the legal spouse and the innocent partner. And for the untraditional relationships, if there is a legally married couple cohabitating with a third-party romantic partner, the rights of the third party.Bremer Whyte Brown & O'Meara’s family law practice is known for representing high-net worth individuals often with complex cases. Nicole Schmidt, Nicole Nuzzo, and Sheila Stiles are partners in the firm’s Newport Beach office and are all designated specialists in the area of family law by the State Bar of California Board of Legal Specialization. This series is proudly sponsored by National Business Investigations, Inc. Trusted by top law firms, corporate and private clients and businesses for over 5 decades for civil litigation support and criminal and family law matters to uncover the truth, locate people, discover and recover assets and conduct workplace investigations and surveillance. To learn more visit www.investigations-nbi.com.
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