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Getting Split Ready 19.3 (Preview) - Weaponzing the Kids - The Dangers of Parental Alienation

Getting Split Ready 19.3 (Preview) - Weaponzing the Kids - The Dangers of Parental Alienation

Update: 2019-11-13
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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
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Getting Split Ready 19.3 (Preview) - Weaponzing the Kids - The Dangers of Parental Alienation

Getting Split Ready 19.3 (Preview) - Weaponzing the Kids - The Dangers of Parental Alienation