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In honor of Mother's Day, join us as we sit down with certified TRE® (tension and trauma releasing exercises) provider and nervous system educator, Christa Bevan, to talk about the important roles that nervous system regulation, as well as breaking cycles of generational trauma, can play in helping mothers to feel more empowered in their journey through motherhood. In this interview, Christa answers the following:•    What is nervous system literacy, and how does it show up in our daily lives? •    What can we do to maintain a healthy, well-regulated nervous system? •    What does it mean to be a radical mother dedicated to breaking cycles of trauma? •    How can TRE (tension and trauma releasing exercises) help you eliminate panic attacks and get your anxiety under control? •    Why is it so important to view your stress responses as super powers instead of stumbling blocks? •    Why is it so important to include your body in the conversation when working to heal from trauma? •    What is dynamic self-care, and how can we incorporate it into our day-to-day routines? If you would like to speak with one of our family law attorneys, please call our office at (503) 227-0200, or visit our website at https://www.landerholmlaw.com.To learn more about how Christa can help you, or to set up a free phone consult with her, visit her website: https://christabevan.com/Disclaimer: Nothing in this communication is intended to provide legal advice nor does it constitute a client-attorney relationship, therefore you should not interpret the contents as such.
Join us as we sit down with bankruptcy attorney, Darin Wisehart, to talk through the differences between a Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcy, and how to decide which option is best for you. In this interview, Darin answers the following:•    How do I know which of these types of bankruptcies I may—or may not—qualify for? •    What are the benefits and consequences of filing a Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 Bankruptcy? •    What are the differences between a liquidation and a reorganization? •    When does a Chapter 7 or a Chapter 13 Bankruptcy let me keep my property?  •    Which should I consider if I own a home and want to keep it? •    Which should I file if I’m dealing with substantial unsecured debts like medical and credit card bills? •    What if I earn enough to cover an adjusted repayment of my debts? •    Which one costs more, a Chapter 7 Bankruptcy or a Chapter 13 Bankruptcy? •    Is there a difference about which debts go away and which I still have to pay?  •    If I’m getting divorced, which type is right for me? If you would like to speak with one of our family law attorneys, please call our office at (503) 227-0200, or visit our website at https://www.landerholmlaw.com.Disclaimer: Nothing in this communication is intended to provide legal advice nor does it constitute a client-attorney relationship, therefore you should not interpret the contents as such.
Join us as we sit down with Pacific Cascade Family Law attorney, Michael Reid, to talk about how community property plays a role in family law and bankruptcy cases. In this interview, Michael answers the following:•    What Does It Mean That Washington Is a Community Property State? •    What Is Community & Separate Property, and How Do They Differ? •    Can Separate Property Ever Become Community Property? •    Can Our Property Be Community Property If We’re Not Married? •    How Are Community and Separate Property and Debts Divided in A Divorce? •    Will The Court Just Split Our Community Property 50/50? •    Do I Get All of My Separate Property Back After a Divorce? •    When Is Community Property Given to The Other Spouse in a Divorce Or Bankruptcy? •    What Happens If My Spouse Files a Bankruptcy in Washington? •    Does a Prenup Overrule Community Property Laws? •    What Happens When an Ex-Spouse Does Not Pay the Community Property Debts? •    How Do Community Property Laws Affect Filing for A Bankruptcy? If you would like to speak with one of our family law attorneys, please call our office at (503) 227-0200, or visit our website at https://www.landerholmlaw.com.Disclaimer: Nothing in this communication is intended to provide legal advice nor does it constitute a client-attorney relationship, therefore you should not interpret the contents as such.
Join us as we sit down with bankruptcy attorney, Darin Wisehart, to talk through the options available to those who are facing wage garnishments. In this interview, Darin answers the following:•    What is a garnishment, and when can it happen to you? •    If there is a judgment is against you, can all of your personal property, including your wages, be subject to garnishment? •    When can your wages be garnished? •    How much of your wages can be garnished? •    Can you stop a garnishment before It starts? •    What is exempt from garnishment? •    What types of income are exempt from wage garnishments? •    Does filing a bankruptcy stop a garnishment? If you would like to speak with one of our family law attorneys, please call our office at (503) 227-0200, or visit our website at https://www.landerholmlaw.com.Disclaimer: Nothing in this communication is intended to provide legal advice nor does it constitute a client-attorney relationship, therefore you should not interpret the contents as such.
Join us as we sit down with personal injury attorney, Terry Hogan, to discuss the most important steps to be mindful of if you've recently been in a car accident, especially in regard to strengthening a claim to compensation.If you would like to speak with one of our family law attorneys, please call our office at (503) 227-0200, or visit our website at https://www.landerholmlaw.com.Disclaimer: Nothing in this communication is intended to provide legal advice nor does it constitute a client-attorney relationship, therefore you should not interpret the contents as such.
Join us as we sit down with family law attorney, Ben Brown, to discuss Washington's protection orders, and how you can utilize these court orders to help prevent contact that is harassing or abusive. In this interview, Steve and Ben discuss the following:•    How do you know if a protection order is the right call for you? •    What protective measures are available for vulnerable adults, victims of domestic violence or victims of sexual assault? •    Who can file for protection orders, when are they allowed, and how long can they last? •    What are the consequences of violating a protection order? •    When should protection orders be temporary vs. permanent? •    When are emergency orders before a hearing necessary, and what should you expect? If you would like to speak with one of our family law attorneys, please call our office at (360) 605-1000, or visit our website at https://www.landerholmlaw.com.Disclaimer: Nothing in this communication is intended to provide legal advice nor does it constitute a client-attorney relationship, therefore you should not interpret the contents as such.
Join us as we sit down with family law attorney, Kimberly Brown, to discuss the cultural and religious stigmas that have historically clouded divorce with a sense of shame, and why it's time to shed this thinking and view divorce through a healthier lens. In this interview, Kimberly discusses the following:•    Is Guilt Different Than Shame? •    How divorce tends to put people at high risk for feeling shame, largely due to lingering stigmas that still surround divorce. •    America’s cultural DNA and how it influences how we think of divorce. •    Why divorce is thought of differently for men and women. •    How the shame of getting divorced can perpetuate domestic violence. •    Theology and religion’s history surrounding divorce. •    “Until Death Do Us Part”: Its history and contribution about shame and divorce.  •    Do some Judeo and Christian texts understand and permit divorce?    •    The many words for love in Hebrew/Aramaic. If you would like to speak with one of our family law attorneys, please call our office at (503) 227-0200, or visit our website at https://www.landerholmlaw.com.Disclaimer: Nothing in this communication is intended to provide legal advice nor does it constitute a client-attorney relationship, therefore you should not interpret the contents as such.
Join us as we sit down with attorney, Caryn Jones, to discuss how divorcing spouses can adequately prepare for mediation in order to reach agreements on issues that need resolution in order to finalize a divorce, such as child custody, parenting time, child support, spousal support and property division. In this interview, Caryn addresses the following:•    What is Mediation? •    Is Mediation Legally Binding, Expensive, or Public? •    Do I Need a Lawyer, and How Do I Choose a Mediator? •    Is Mediation the Answer for Everybody? •    How Should I Prepare for Mediation, and What Documents/Information Will be Needed? •    How Can I Shift My Mindset from Winning to Working it Out? •    I Know That I Have Emotional Triggers – How Do I Prepare for That? •    On The Day of the Mediation, How Do I Act - What Do I Need to Make Sure I Do? •    …and much more! If you would like to speak with one of our family law attorneys, please call our office at (503) 227-0200, or visit our website at https://www.landerholmlaw.com.Disclaimer: Nothing in this communication is intended to provide legal advice nor does it constitute a client-attorney relationship, therefore you should not interpret the contents as such.
Join us as we sit down with attorney, Allison Harper, to talk through the common problem areas for co-parents who are trying to plan spring break for their children, and steps that can be taken to eliminate conflict and stress for all involved. In this interview, Allison discusses the following:•    The importance of understanding and complying with your parenting plan before you make plans. •    Common spring break expenses and understanding whose responsibility they are. •    Safety protocols that are important for co-parents to be on the same page about. •    Vacations are going to create special memories for a lifetime – ways that you can  •    The value of flexibility AND communicating plans with ample time  •    Preparing to bring all necessary documents, insurance information, medical prescriptions and a list of all emergency contacts. •    Why not having the kids for spring-break is an opportunity in and of itself.  If you would like to speak with one of our family law attorneys, please call our office at (503) 227-0200, or visit our website at https://www.landerholmlaw.com.Disclaimer: Nothing in this communication is intended to provide legal advice nor does it constitute a client-attorney relationship, therefore you should not interpret the contents as such.
Join us as we sit down with Psychotherapist, Dr. Foojan Zeine, to talk through the different emotional stages of divorce, and tips for how divorcing couples can individually process these emotions in a way that replaces resentment and anger with acceptance and forgiveness. In this interview, Foojan discusses the following:•    The psychological process of divorce can be complex and daunting, and often requires a skilled professional to successfully get you through it. •    Understanding why each of the stages of the divorce process can trigger differing emotions and behaviors.  •    Working through the first shake-up in the marriage and pre-divorce process, to the post-divorce and emotional ending of the marriage. •    Why understanding the potential psychological effect of these stages is essential to navigating divorce.   •    The psychological effects when two people choose to legally, socially, physically, and emotionally end the marriage connection between them and proceed to lead separate lives. •    Ways to move from resentment, anger and unbalanced focusing to forgiveness, acceptance and willingness to cooperate with your ex-spouse.If you would like to speak with one of our family law attorneys, please call our office at (503) 227-0200, or visit our website at https://www.landerholmlaw.com.To learn more about how Dr. Zeine can help you through your divorce, you can visit her website: https://foojanzeine.com/Disclaimer: Nothing in this communication is intended to provide legal advice nor does it constitute a client-attorney relationship, therefore you should not interpret the contents as such.
Join us as we sit down with Pacific Cascade's Bankruptcy Attorney, Darin Wisehart, to discuss the relationship between bankruptcy and divorce cases, and important tips to keep in mind when filing to help ensure a smooth process on both fronts. In this episode, Darin discusses the following:•    The different types of bankruptcies and how they interact with a divorce case •    How creditors are impacted by dividing debts in a divorce •    How joint marital debts are treated in a bankruptcy case •    Should you file for bankruptcy before, during, or after a divorce? •    What happens when a bankrupt spouse still owes money to the other spouse as a part of the property division in divorce decree? •    Can property received in a divorce be subject to repossession if an ex-spouse files a bankruptcy?  •    ...and much more! If you would like to speak with one of our family law attorneys, please call our office at (503) 227-0200, or visit our website at https://www.landerholmlaw.com.Disclaimer: Nothing in this communication is intended to provide legal advice nor does it constitute a client-attorney relationship, therefore you should not interpret the contents as such.
Join us as we sit down with Certified Divorce Financial Analyst, Grant Johnstone, and his team of financial advisors at Miracle Mile Advisors, to discuss pertinent questions that they wish their clients would have brought to them before negotiating and finalizing their divorce settlement. In this episode, Grant and his team discuss the below topics:•    How Important are the Impact of Taxes in a Divorce Settlement?•    How Does Long-Term Impact of Inflation Figure Into Negotiating My Divorce Settlement?•    How Do you Evaluate a Settlement Proposal?•    What Does it Really Cost to Keep the Family Home? •    Why are My Spouse’s Eligibility for Social Security Benefits Something I Need to Consider?•    Why Do I Need to Insure the Divorce Settlement?•    Do I Need a Post-Divorce Financial Plan?If you would like to speak with one of our family law attorneys, please call our office at (503) 227-0200, or visit our website at https://www.landerholmlaw.com.To get in contact with Grant and his team at Miracle Mile Advisors, you can email him at gjohnstone@miraclemileadvisors.com or visit their website: https://miraclemileadvisors.com/Disclaimer: Nothing in this communication is intended to provide legal advice nor does it constitute a client-attorney relationship, therefore you should not interpret the contents as such.Miracle Mile Advisors LLC (“MMA”) is a registered investment advisor. Advisory services are only offered to clients or prospective clients where MMA and its representatives are properly licensed or exempt from licensure. Advisory services are offered through Miracle Mile Advisors, LLC (“MMA”). The information provided is for educational and informational purposes only and does not constitute investment advice and it should not be relied on as such. It should not be considered a solicitation to buy or an offer to sell a security. It does not take into account any investor's particular investment objectives, strategies, tax status or investment horizon. You should consult your attorney or tax advisor. All information has been obtained from sources believed to be reliable, but its accuracy is not guaranteed. There is no representation or warranty as to the current accuracy, reliability, or completeness of, nor liability for, decisions based on such information and it should not be relied on as such.
Join us as we sit down with Attorney, Sabrina Owen, to discuss tried and true attorney tips on how to create the most effective visitation and parenting plan schedules that will stand the test of time, reduce conflict, and set your child up for success. In this interview, Sabrina and Steve discuss the following:•    Why it’s important that your parenting plan is created with your child’s best interest in mind •    Understanding pros and cons to common parenting plan blocks and rotations •    Considering holidays, vacations and birthdays when creating your parenting plan •    Tactical ways to look ahead and predict scheduling needs as your child ages •    Programs that help facilitate healthy co-parenting relationships amidst shared parenting time •    Understanding the relationship between parenting time and finances •    ...and much more!If you would like to speak with one of our family law attorneys, please call our office at (503) 227-0200, or visit our website at https://www.landerholmlaw.com.Disclaimer: Nothing in this communication is intended to provide legal advice nor does it constitute a client-attorney relationship, therefore you should not interpret the contents as such.  
We sit down with Pediatric Sleep Consultant, Marie-Eve Gagnon, to discuss factors that can result in sleep challenges for children, and how co-parents can work together across households to create environments that support healthy sleep patterns. In this interview, Marie-Eve and Steve discuss the following:•    Why do children have problems falling asleep or staying asleep in two households? •    How can coparents go about addressing their kid’s sleeping routine now that there will be two places where the kid sleeps? •    What should coparents consider when setting up a sleep environment in each home?  •    Is it necessary for each home to have the exact same bedtime systems in order to create a cohesive environment? •    How can you support your child during your visitation if they’re missing their other parent? •    Is it a hopeless cause if your co-parent won’t get on the same page about creating a cohesive environment and sleep routine? •    How do co-parents deal with the lack of routine and upended sleep schedules during holidays or vacations? •    ...and much more!If you would like to speak with one of our family law attorneys, please call our office at (503) 227-0200, or visit our website at https://www.landerholmlaw.com.To learn more about Marie-Eve and the services she offers families in need of sleep support and guidance, you can visit her website: https://www.slumbertimesolutions.com/ or visit her Facebook page at Slumber Time SolutionsDisclaimer: Nothing in this communication is intended to provide legal advice nor does it constitute a client-attorney relationship, therefore you should not interpret the contents as such.
Join us as we sit down with Behavior Coach and best-selling author, Gail Rudolph , to discuss how you can set healthy boundaries while navigating divorce, and control your own power dynamic not only in separation, but in co-parenting relationships. In this interview, Gail and Steve discuss the following:•     How Can we Harness Power, Control and Personal Choice in Difficult Situations to Influence Others and Create Healthy Relationship Dynamics?•    What Exactly Does Power Up and Power Down Mean?•    What’s the Relationship Between Power, Fear, and Intuition?•    What Role Does Active Listening Play in Powering Up or Down?•    What Are Practical Ways to Set Boundaries When Navigating Divorce?•    How Can You Stop Your Co-Parent from Becoming a Boundary Buster?•    It Can be Incredibly Difficult to Forgive Someone Who’s Inflicted Hurt, Harm and Pain Upon Us—Why Should We?If you would like to speak with one of our family law attorneys, please call our office at (503) 227-0200, or visit our website at https://www.landerholmlaw.com.To learn more about Gail, how she can help you, and information about her best-selling book, Power Up Power Down: How to Reclaim Control and Make Every Situation a Win/Win, visit https://gailrudolph.com/Disclaimer: Nothing in this communication is intended to provide legal advice nor does it constitute a client-attorney relationship, therefore you should not interpret the contents as such.
Join us as we sit down with Attorney, Robert Howell, to discuss how military benefits are typically addressed in a dissolution case, and important things to know to help protect your rights and prepare for the process. Robert and Steve discuss the following:Why rules for military divorces differ from non-military divorces.Can you even divorce an active member of the military?Understanding how military benefits can change based on deployments, base transfers, and combat orders.When military pensions can be divided in a divorce – and when they can’t.The importance of knowing the various elements of a service member’s pay.Benefits that are unique to military spouses and children and can be continued after a divorce....and much more!If you would like to speak with one of our family law attorneys, please call our office at (503) 227-0200 or visit our website at https://www.landerholmlaw.com/Disclaimer: Nothing in this communication is intended to provide legal advice nor does it constitute a client-attorney relationship, therefore you should not interpret the contents as such.
Join us as we sit down with Student and Parent Coach, Dr. Jeannine Jannot, to discuss how a high achieving culture can result in a disintegrated student, and how co-parents can work together to find a healthy balance for their child. In this episode, Jeannine and Steve cover the following: •  Today’s high achievement culture, how it impacts our kids and families, and how divorce fits into this culture. •  Introducing the idea of a disintegrating student – bright, capable kids who hit a rigor tipping point, begin to struggle, and may eventually fall apart. •  Practical strategies that divorced co-parents can use to support their kids who are stressed out and overloaded with academics, sports, and activities •  How you define “success” in your family after a divorce and how to get everyone on the same page. •  How the intense pressure kids are under in school can impact the quality of their relationships with parents. •  What parents can do to minimize some of the negative consequences of the achievement culture (burnout, conflict, and anxiety). •  Some common pitfalls parents fall into that may be counterproductive, and how co-parents can deal with their own high levels of stress and burn out. If you would like to speak with one of our family law attorneys, please call our office at (503) 227-0200, or visit our website at https://www.landerholmlaw.com.For more of Dr. Jannot’s parenting tips and to learn more about her coaching and book, The Disintegrating Student: Struggling But Smart, Falling Apart, & How to Turn It Around, visit jeanninejannot.com, or visit her Facebook page Jeannine JannotDisclaimer: Nothing in this communication is intended to provide legal advice nor does it constitute a client-attorney relationship, therefore you should not interpret the contents as such.
Join us as we sit down with parenting coach and interventionist, Aaron Huey, to discuss how separated parents can work together to provide support for a child who is struggling with addiction.If you would like to speak with one of our family law attorneys, please call our office at (503) 227-0200, or visit our website at https://www.landerholmlaw.com.To further connect with Aaron, you can contact him at aaron@firemountainprograms.com,  visit his Facebook page: Parenting Teens that Struggle, or check out his website BRABapp.com. You can download his free parenting contract here: https://firemountainprograms.com/coaching/Disclaimer: Nothing in this communication is intended to provide legal advice nor does it constitute a client-attorney relationship, therefore you should not interpret the contents as such.
Join us as we sit down with Attorney, Alan Nieczyporuk, and Billing Manager, Claudia Preciado, to discuss how hiring a bilingual attorney can help Spanish-speaking clients avoid misunderstandings with their attorney when discussing legal, financial and other personal matters within their case. This interview is discussed in both English and Spanish, and explores the following topics:•    Why it’s important for a law firm to have a Spanish Speaking attorney available for representation. •    Why it’s important for a client to consider a bilingual Spanish speaking attorney when navigating divorce, separation, custody, and other family law matters. •    How having an attorney who speaks your first language can not only help to develop trust, but result in better legal services. •    The benefits of reducing the need for interpretation services and translators in a legal case. •    Why problems can be multiplied when translating legal terminology, and how a Spanish-speaking attorney can help ensure important information isn’t lost in translation.  Estaremos conversando con el Abogado Nieczyporuk y especialista de facturación Claudia Preciado, acerca de como el contratar a un abogado bilingüe, puede ayudar a las personas que hablan español, a evitar confusión y malentendidos, al discutir detalles de sus asuntos legales, económicos y personales. Esta entrevista sera en Ingles y Español. Alan estará hablando de los siguientes temas:  •    ¿Porque es importante que firmas de abogados tengan un abogado que hable español en su equipo? •    ¿Porque es importante que los clientes consideren un abogado bilingüe en su caso de lo familiar, ya sea divorcio, separación o un caso de custodia? •    ¿Come es que contratar a un abogado que hable tu idioma puede ayudar a crear una mejor experiencia y mejores resultados en su asunto legal? •    Los beneficios de no necesitar un traductor en su asunto legal •    Cuales son algunos de los problemas o imprevistos que pueden resultar al traducir terminología legal, y como es que un abogado que hable español puede evitar que informacion importante no se pierda al traducirse. If you would like to speak with one of our family law attorneys, please call our office at (503) 227-0200, or visit our website at https://www.landerholmlaw.com.Disclaimer: Nothing in this communication is intended to provide legal advice nor does it constitute a client-attorney relationship, therefore you should not interpret the contents as such.
Whether you left a former teaching profession to care for your children, or took a break to pursue other career options, returning to teaching can be more challenging than going back to work in other fields. Join us for our podcast as we sit down with the Chair of Teacher Education at Lewis and Clark's Graduate School of Education and Counseling, Kimberly Campbell, to discuss how newly divorced individuals can re-enter the workforce and restart their career in teaching. Kimberly and Steve will be answering the following: •    What do I need in order to restart (or start) my teaching career? •    What does the process look like to update teaching certifications, and what are the current education and license requirements? •    How long does it take to get back into teaching, and is there a need for teachers right now? •    How long is the student teaching experience? •    Is it too late to re-start a teaching career, or too expensive? •    …and much more!If you would like to speak with one of our family law attorneys or connect further with Kimberly, please call our office at (503) 227-0200, visit our website at https://www.landerholmlaw.com, or email Kimberly at kimberly@lclark.edu.Disclaimer: Nothing in this communication is intended to provide legal advice nor does it constitute a client-attorney relationship, therefore you should not interpret the contents as such.  
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