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Men's Family Law Podcast MensFamilyLaw is the podcast for fathers and husbands who need information on child custody, divorce, domestic violence and parenting plans.
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Surviving Separation with Family Law Matters. We believe in making a positive change to the way people are touched by separation and divorce. We want you to survive your separation and thrive.
This podcast is our contribution to making that happen for you!
Talking Family Law – The Resolution Podcast Guests take on a topical debate in family law in each episode in this podcast series from Resolution. Our hosts, Simon Blain and Anita Mehta, invite family law experts to share their experiences and anecdotes, in an insightful and entertaining conversation.
‎Family Law Now Family Law Now delivers useful commentary and ins…
‎Thomas Mansfield Family Law Podcasts from Thomas Mansfield Solicitors

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Resource Sessions with Sterk Family Law Group, P.C. We've all encountered a situation in life where we have been faced with a fork in the road. Life can throw some crazy curve balls at times in regards to relationships, families, work, finances, and well, pretty much anything.

The team at Sterk Family Law Group, P.C. in Orland Park, IL recognizes that each and every one of us can use a helping hand at some point. We practice a holistic approach to family law and estate planning but we recognize that life extends past legal needs so we've teamed up with professionals and resources to share information to help empower you with options.
Norman D. Levin, P.A. The Family Law Firm Norman D. Levin is a board-certified attorney specialized in marital and family law and Fellow of the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers who has been representing family law clients in Central Florida for over 35 years. He is dedicated to understanding your unique needs and developing legal solutions that work for your family. When it comes to family law disputes, he has the experience and sensitivity to achiev

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For Better or Worse: A Family Law Podcast Welcome to For Better or Worse: A Family Law Podcast! Our host, Tenny Amin, a family law attorney at The Amin Law Group in Irvine, CA, sits down to answer some frequent questions about family law, including divorce, child custody, and other issues that affect the family unit.

Grab your favorite coffee or martini, and join us for happy hour!

Submit your family law questions via email to [email protected].

For more information about Tenny, visit talglaw.com.

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Ontario Family Law Podcast The award-winning Ontario Family Law Podcast is hosted by Certified Specialist in Family Law, Ontario family lawyer, mediator, arbitrator and collaborative lawyer, John Schuman. John is also the author of the Guide to the Basics of Ontario Family Law.

In an easy-to-understand manner, the podcast discusses all family law matters, from marriage, to separation and divorce, and child welfare issues. He also covers the legal topics relevant to students in school. The last season is also available in video format.
‎Richard Ross Associates Family Law Podcast Richard Ross Associates serves Ventura and Los Angeles counties in the areas of divorce and family law.

Our mission is to provide compassionate, experienced legal counsel to each and every client we represent.

If you face a family law matter of any kind, please contact Richard Ross Associates by calling (805) 777-1011.

Visit their website: http://www.richardrossassociates.com

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Abortion – Roe v. Wade This playlist attempts to use audio snippets to provide the listener with an understanding of the legal discussions/debates concerning abortion. Right to choose v. Right to Life. We take no position on either position, but only seek to provide the listeners with a well-rounded legal perspective concerning the issue. Peeps' Creek™ The Café
Wrongful Convictions Check out episodes with exonerees, organizations working to overturn wrongful convictions, and reasons for wrongful convictions Crime Redefined Podcast
Societal Issues and Innovations This playlist compiles all podcasts about issues and innovations concerning the society. ‎Remake

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Funny Legal Stories: Where Humor & Law Collide The Law can be funny…this playlist is dedicated to audio files that are legal in nature, but make you go, “No way!” The law can be weird, funny, or wild!

Come take this journey with me as we dig into the following podcasts, A Minute or Two with Mikey, Humanity and Society, Law360's Pro Say – News and Analysis on Law and the legal Industry, Funny Millionaires Podcast, I Like Beer the Podcast.
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Audio of Every Oral Argument Made Against Donald Trump We have compiled every publicly available Oral Argument made against Donald J Trump, Trump Organizations, Trump Non-profits, and Trump as the President. This list of audio oral arguments will keep you busy for days. We were surprised at the sheer volume of lawsuits that Trump has been a part of, and these are only the ones that made it to the higher courts. Supreme Court Legal Oral Arguments: Federal and State
Let the Litigation Play This playlist contains snippets of podcasts that will spark your interest and take you on a journey into the world of litigation. Peeps' Creek™ The Café
Lady Justice Are You Really Blind? Justice is supposed to be fair. Justice is supposed to be blind to a person's race, color, religion, and etc. Justice is supposed to be equal. Yet, for so many, this is not the story. This playlist attempts to highlight how folks force lady justice to be consistent with fairness through litigation. Come take a listen with me… Peeps' Creek™ The Café

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Episode #65: Tax Season and Divorce It's that time of year again – tax season. Taxes can often be a common area of concern for recently divorced couples and those with pending divorces. In this episode, Brian Walters and Jake Gilbreath address some of the most frequently asked questions they receive regarding taxes and how that can impact a divorce case. If you are interested in speaking to us about your family law matter or if there's a topic you would like to see us cover on the podcast, please visit www.waltersgilbreath.com or email us at [email protected].
Resolution Podcast S2 Episode #8 | Economic Abuse | w/ Michael Horton KC & Olivia Piercy In this episode we discuss the burgeoning jurisprudence around the impact of economic abuse on financial remedy cases with Olivia Piercy (Partner at Hunters Law) and Michael Horton KC (Coram Chambers). Olivia and Michael discuss the following cases in the episode:   Traharne v Limb [2022] EWFC 27  DP v EP (Conduct: Economic Abuse; Needs) [2023] EWFC 6  DN V UD (Schedule 1, Children Act 1989; Capital Provision) [2021] 2 FLR 497
A Newly Divorced Woman Doesn’t Want to Be Angry the Rest of Her Life This episode is also available as a blog post: https://herstontennesseefamilylaw.com/2023/03/30/a-newly-divorced-woman-doesnt-want-to-be-angry-the-rest-of-her-life/
Meticulous Compliance Required in Interlocutory Appeals of Recusal Denials in Knoxville, Tennessee: Blevins v. Green This episode is also available as a blog post: https://herstontennesseefamilylaw.com/2023/04/03/meticulous-compliance-required-in-interlocutory-appeals-of-recusal-denials-in-knoxville-tennessee-blevins-v-green/
Using Collaborative Practice Methods & Principles Using Collaborative Practice Methods & Principles by Family Law Now

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Let's Talk Recording Your Ex-Yelling at You In a contentious custody case, you might want to catch your ex yelling at you or your child. Can you do this and then use it in court?

This scenario falls under the Pennsylvania Wiretap Act and can be a violation if both parties do not consent to being recorded. Learn more about when it is considered okay to use a recording in this podcast episode with Family Law partner Skip Persick.

Learn more by listening to this podcast on your favorite app.
Stale Domestic Violence Leads to Reversal of Order of Protection in Knoxville, Tennessee: Dulaney v. Chico This episode is also available as a blog post: https://herstontennesseefamilylaw.com/2023/03/27/stale-domestic-violence-leads-to-reversal-of-order-of-protection-in-knoxville-tennessee-dulaney-v-chico/
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Episode #64: Interview with Business Attorney Jason Snell | Businesses and Texas Divorces Series In this episode as part of our Businesses in Texas Divorce series, Jake Gilbreath sits down with business litigator Jason Snell, founder of the Snell Law Firm in Austin, Texas. Jake and Jason discuss their experience working together in divorce cases when a shared business is involved. If you are interested in contacting Jason Snell regarding a business or commercial litigation matter, he can be emailed at [email protected] or you can visit his web site at www.snellfirm.com. If you are interested in speaking to us about your family law matter or if there's a topic you would like to see us cover on the podcast, email us at [email protected].
Attorney’s Fees as Alimony in Solido Challenged in Chattanooga, Tennessee Divorce: Buntin v. Buntin This episode is also available as a blog post: https://herstontennesseefamilylaw.com/2023/03/23/attorneys-fees-as-alimony-in-solido-challenged-in-chattanooga-tennessee-divorce-buntin-v-buntin/
Let's Talk About Taxes and Divorce Filing joint income tax returns or separately as head of household during a divorce can lead to several questions. Deductions, extensions, and tax credits are all issues divorcing parties need to consider and decide before filing their taxes. In this podcast episode, family law partner Carolyn Mirabile discusses tax returns, filing for extensions and other important information you must understand before making decisions regarding your taxes.
Learn more by listening to this podcast on your favorite app.
Non-Profit Heroes: First H.E.L.P with guest Christy Lister Showcased as Sterk Family Law Group's Non-Profit Hero for March 2023, First H.E.L.P. reduces mental health stigma for First Responders through education, advocating for benefits for those suffering from post-traumatic stress, acknowledging the service and sacrifice of First Responders lost to suicide, assisting officers in their search for healing, and bringing awareness to suicide and mental health issues.
Thank you to our guest, Christy Lister, for sharing their history, mission, and the programs and services it offers to Honor, Educate, Lead, and Prevent while bringing awareness to suicide and mental health issues to organizations, families, and the community. In addition to training, education, and fundraising programs, First H.E.L.P provides family support through various programs such as virtual support groups, private family social media pages, camps, retreats, care packages, and scholarship programs.
To learn more about First H.E.L.P, visit their website at https://1sthelp.org/about/ or take a listen to their podcast, "Beyond the 1st Response" https://1sthelp.org/podcast
To learn more or to connect with Sterk Family Law Group, P.C. or Gwendolyn Sterk, call 815 -600-8950 or visit sterkfamilylaw.com  

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Sterk Family Law provides a full range of family law and estate planning services in Orland Park for clients in Will, Cook, and DuPage counties.  The Sterk Family Law Group team provides a holistic approach to the practice of law and strives to not only service a client’s legal needs, but also help manage a client’s emotional and over-all well-being by establishing connections with a vast network of counselors, support groups, and various other non-traditional service providers within local communities by way of the unique Resource Center.  The Resource Center provides Sterk Family Law clients with access to other professionals to help prepare for the next step in their lives. 

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Everything You Need to Know about the Tennessee Domestic Relations Arbitration Act This episode is also available as a blog post: https://herstontennesseefamilylaw.com/2023/03/13/everything-you-need-to-know-about-the-tennessee-domestic-relations-arbitration-act/
Failure to Challenge Alternative Independent Grounds Results in Loss in Clarksville, Tennessee Child-Support Dispute: Ramos v. Caldwell This episode is also available as a blog post: https://herstontennesseefamilylaw.com/2023/03/16/failure-to-challenge-alternative-independent-grounds-results-in-loss-in-clarksville-tennessee-child-support-dispute-ramos-v-caldwell/
Service by Publication Leads to Reversal in Manchester, Tennessee Termination of Parental Rights: In re Jimmy H. This episode is also available as a blog post: https://herstontennesseefamilylaw.com/2023/03/20/service-by-publication-leads-to-reversal-in-manchester-tennessee-termination-of-parental-rights-in-re-jimmy-h/
Finding of No Grounds to Terminate Parental Rights Reversed in Pulaski, Tennessee: In re Isabella G. This episode is also available as a blog post: https://herstontennesseefamilylaw.com/2023/03/08/finding-of-no-grounds-to-terminate-parental-rights-reversed-in-pulaski-tennessee-in-re-isabella-g/
Subject-Matter Jurisdiction in Juvenile Court Questioned in Knoxville, Tennessee Dependency and Neglect Case: Thompson v. Thompson This episode is also available as a blog post: https://herstontennesseefamilylaw.com/2023/03/06/subject-matter-jurisdiction-in-juvenile-court-questioned-in-knoxville-tennessee-dependency-and-neglect-case-thompson-v-thompson/
When to Switch Attorneys? Anybody going through a divorce or family law matters needs an attorney. Divorce and family law matters are complex. The impact can be long-lasting. However, sometimes, the lawyer a party selects is a good fit, which can result in a party feeling uncomfortable with their selection. it is vital that anybody who is considering getting a different attorney weigh the important factors and make their decision in a timely manner. This episode is based on an article on Family Law Headquarters titled: When to Get a New Attorney?
Resolution Podcast S2 Episode #7 | Surrogacy | w/ Natalie Gamble & Andrew Powell Listen to Natalie Gamble (a solicitor and the director of NGA law) and Andrew Powell (a barrister at 4PB) consider the current law in respect of surrogacy before the law commission releases their final report due in Spring 2023.  This is a wide-ranging discussion about the principles behind surrogacy, surrogates consent, and commercial surrogacy.  This is a really helpful episode if you have a client approach you about obtaining a parental order in respect of their child.  We discuss reading down the legislation to make it compatible with the Human Rights Act 1998, and the concern about the impact on individual’s rights in this field if they did not have recourse to invite the Court to make a Declaration of Incompatibility.  During this discussion, Natalie and Andrew refer to:  Re X (A Child) (Surrogacy: Time limit) [2014] EWHC 3135 (Fam) – where the High Court read down the legislation to permit a parental order to be made after the 6 month time limit has expired. Re Z (A Child) (No 2)https://www.bailii.org/ew/cases/EWHC/Fam/2016/1191.html – where the Court made a Declaration of Incompatabilty in respect of the statute at that time which required two applicants for a parental order; this has since been amended. Re X [2020] EWFC 39 – https://www.bailii.org/ew/cases/EWFC/HCJ/2020/39.html – where the High Court read down the legislation to permit a parental order to be made where the male applicant tragically died during his wife’s pregnancy; Natalie also talks about the research conducted by Brilliant Beginnings and University of Cambridge into why people looking for a surrogate often go abroad, which can be found here – https://brilliantbeginnings.co.uk/education-and-awareness/.  Natalie invites the listener to get involved with the campaign for law reform in this area at – Surrogacy law reform brilliantbeginnings.co.uk If you would like to buy Andrew’s book ‘The law in relation to surrogacy’. The book is available to buy from Amazon; https://www.amazon.co.uk/Practical-Guide-Law-Relation-Surrogacy/dp/1912687496
In our latest podcast, we sat down to speak with Dr. Sue Denk who discusses the book she co-authored, "The Secret Child: Life After Loss," and she shares some insights and tips on trying to cope after ” id=”4VubGU62oWY” vid=”4VubGU62oWY” id-for-player=”4VubGU62oWY” link=”/listen/guest-dr-sue-denk-on-the-secret-child-life-after-loss-4VubGU62oWY/” is-authorized=”false” custom-styles=”margin: 0 24px 24px 0;”>
Guest Dr. Sue Denk on "The Secret Child: Life After Loss" For those who have lost a child, it is a pain like no other and one that never really goes away.
In our latest podcast, we sat down to speak with Dr. Sue Denk who discusses the book she co-authored, "The Secret Child: Life After Loss," and she shares some insights and tips on trying to cope after the loss of a child. Her goal in sharing her story both through this podcast and the book is to help parents who have experienced loss find guidance and strength through a difficult journey.
Dr. Sue Denk PsyD. is Clinical Psychologist residing in Chicago Illinois. Sue has had an incredible journey, working her way up the ranks and receiving her PsyD. at the age of 57. Mother of 2 children and her daughter Barbara, Sue has helped her clients through very deep personal life issues. She is completing her certification in RTT (Rapid Transformational Therapy). The Secret Child Series is another extension of the help and guidance she shares in her office while sharing her wisdom and experience to the expanded walls of this book. For more information on Dr. Denk and the first book in the upcoming series, visit: www.thesecretchildbookseries.com
To learn more or to connect with Sterk Family Law Group, P.C. or Gwendolyn Sterk, call 815—600-8950 or visit sterkfamilylaw.com
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Sterk Family Law provides a full range of family law and estate planning services in Orland Park for clients in Will, Cook, and DuPage counties. The Sterk Family Law Group team provides a holistic approach to the practice of law and strives to not only service a client’s legal needs, but also help manage a client’s emotional and over-all well-being by establishing connections with a vast network of counselors, support groups, and various other non-traditional service providers within local communities by way of the unique Resource Center. The Resource Center provides Sterk Family Law clients with access to other professionals to help prepare for the next step in their lives.
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Episode #63: What Happens To Your Business in a Divorce | Businesses and Texas Divorces Series In the first episode in our "Businesses and Divorce" series, Brian Walters and Jake Gilbreath discuss what happens when a business is involved in a divorce case in the state of Texas. The partners talk about some of the more complex issues that can come up during these cases, their experience handling these type of situations and provide some general advice for anyone who might be going through a divorce involving a business. If you are interested in speaking to a member of our team about your family law matter or have a topic you would like to hear on our podcast, please visit www.waltersgilbreath.com or email us at [email protected].
Classification as Separate Property Reversed in Jasper, Tennessee Divorce: Grider v. Grider This episode is also available as a blog post: https://herstontennesseefamilylaw.com/2023/02/27/classification-as-separate-property-reversed-in-jasper-tennessee-divorce-grider-v-grider/
Material Change to Modify Parenting Schedule Examined in Clarksville, Tennessee: Macomber v. Macomber This episode is also available as a blog post: https://herstontennesseefamilylaw.com/2023/03/01/material-change-to-modify-parenting-schedule-examined-in-clarksville-tennessee-macomber-v-macomber/
Does The Judge Make A Difference? Individuals going through a divorce often wonder whether the judge assigned to hear the case will make a difference. Some think that divorce and family law matters are driven by laws and that the judge assigned does not make a big difference. Others argue that the judge assigned to a divorce or family law matter can make a difference, given the judges' discretion in deciding these matters. Find out more about this topic in this episode.  This episode is based on an article on Family Law Headquarters titled: Does It Matter Who The Judge Is?  To find out more about this topic, you can also call us at 855-805-0595 or reach out to our Belleville, Illinois, Divorce Lawyers online.
It’s My Thirteenth Birthday! This episode is also available as a blog post: https://herstontennesseefamilylaw.com/2023/02/20/its-my-thirteenth-birthday/
In Custody Dispute, Judge Orders Breastfeeding Mom to Use Bottle This episode is also available as a blog post: https://herstontennesseefamilylaw.com/2023/02/22/in-custody-dispute-judge-orders-breastfeeding-mom-to-use-bottle/
Non-Profit Heroes: The Lincoln-Way High School District 210 Foundation by Sterk Family Law Group Showcased as Sterk Family Law Group's Non-Profit Hero for February 2023, the mission of the Lincoln-Way High School District 210 is to creatively generate financial support with which to enrich and enhance the opportunities and educational experiences of Lincoln-Way High School District 210 students. Since its inception in 1994, volunteer Foundation directors have embraced this mission and our community has responded with unparalleled generosity. As a result, the Lincoln-Way High School District 210 Foundation has awarded over $4.7 million to benefit the educational programs of the District.

Please listen as we welcome Robert "Bob" Kennedy of the Foundation to share the history, how their efforts assist the Lincoln-Way schools and students, and how you can get involved.
To connect with the LWSD210 Foundation visit lw210foundation.org/contact/
To learn more or to connect with Sterk Family Law Group, P.C. or Gwendolyn Sterk, call 815-600-8950 or visit www.sterkfamilylaw.com

In addition to this podcast, we encourage you to refer to the Sterk Family Law Group resource book, Navigating the Winding Road: Family Law and Estate Planning in Illinois which is available via Amazon or our office. This is a comprehensive resource book that further explains the multiple facets of family law and estate planning in Illinois. Our website, sterkfamilylaw.com is another great resource to read blogs and be directed to informational podcasts we have put together as additional resources. All of the information and material contained in this podcast is property of and copyrighted to Sterk Family Law Group, P.C. Any illegal reproduction or distribution of this content will result in immediate legal action. *** Sterk Family Law provides a full range of family law and estate planning services in Orland Park for clients in Will, Cook, and DuPage counties. The Sterk Family Law Group team provides a holistic approach to the practice of law and strives to not only service a client’s legal needs, but also help manage a client’s emotional and overall well-being by establishing connections with a vast network of counselors, support groups, and various other non-traditional service providers within local communities by way of the unique Resource Center. The Resource Center provides Sterk Family Law clients with access to other professionals to help prepare for the next step in their lives. *** This podcast is for informational and educational purposes only. This is a legal advertisement from Sterk Family Law Group, P.C. and it does not constitute legal advice and should not be construed as such.
Episode #62: What Legal Rights Do Grandparents Have? We are seeing an increasing number of grandparents petitioning Texas courts for conservatorships or access to their grandchildren. In this episode, partners Brian Walters and Ryan Segall discuss the legal rights of grandparents, qualifications for grandparents to get awarded visitation rights and their experience handling these types of cases. Brian and Ryan wrap up the episode by answering some frequently asked questions regarding cases involving grandparents rights. We understand that nothing is more difficult on a grandparent than when they believe that their own children, as parents, have created an environment that puts their grandchild’s well being at risk. If you have a situation you need to speak with one of our attorneys about, visit us at www.waltersgilbreath.com or email us at [email protected].
Lack of Notice Argued in Athens, Tennessee Order of Protection Case: Jackson v. Burke This episode is also available as a blog post: https://herstontennesseefamilylaw.com/2023/02/13/lack-of-notice-argued-in-athens-tennessee-order-of-protection-case-jackson-v-burke/
Grossly Unequal Division of Property Affirmed in Dyersburg, Tennessee Divorce: Webb v. Webb This episode is also available as a blog post: https://herstontennesseefamilylaw.com/2023/02/15/grossly-unequal-division-of-property-affirmed-in-dyersburg-tennessee-divorce-webb-v-webb/

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Spousal Support 101 Bill Rogers, Margie Primero-Pimentel & Susanna Crichlow discuss the following topics related to Spousal Support:

Entitlement
Spouse
Need and Ability to pay
SSAG
Net Disposable Income (“NDI”)
Incomes and Financial Statements
The “Rule of 65”
Judicial Campaign Leads to Recusal in Clarksville, Tennessee: Denney v. Rather This episode is also available as a blog post: https://herstontennesseefamilylaw.com/2023/02/08/judicial-campaign-leads-to-recusal-in-clarksville-tennessee-denney-v-rather/

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A Follow-Up To: The Impact of Interest Rates in Divorce & Real Estate – Sterk Family Law Group, P.C. As a follow-up from our last podcast with Larry LoVetere, in August 2022, we discussed the impact of interest rates and real estate in divorce cases. Now, as we are in the middle of Q1 in 2023 we wanted to take another look at how the real estate market is looking, especially for divorcees.

What kind of shifts has been seen in the last almost 6 months?

What are we seeing in terms of supply?
What impact is the rate change having on buyers and sellers?


What options are available when a divorcee is awarded the marital home but not on the mortgage?
If they were previously not on the mortgage, could they be considered a first-time home buyer?
What difficulties do many people feel they will encounter?

Larry LoVetere has been in the mortgage industry for over 18 years and became a loan officer because he wanted to be in a business where he could help people and make a difference in their lives. To connect with Larry or to schedule a free consultation, visit: www.rate.com/larrylovetere or call (331) 214-5662
To learn more or to connect with Sterk Family Law Group, P.C. or Gwendolyn Sterk, call 815-600-8950 or visit https://www.sterkfamilylaw.com/
************** Sterk Family Law provides a full range of family law and estate planning services in Orland Park for clients in Will, Cook, and DuPage counties. The Sterk Family Law Group team provides a holistic approach to the practice of law and strives to not only service a client’s legal needs, but also help manage a client’s emotional and overall well-being by establishing connections with a vast network of counselors, support groups, and various other non-traditional service providers within local communities by way of the unique Resource Center. The Resource Center provides Sterk Family Law clients with access to other professionals to help prepare for the next step in their lives.
************** This podcast is for informational and educational purposes only. This is a legal advertisement from Sterk Family Law Group, P.C. and does not constitute legal advice and should not be construed as such.
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#38 – High School Opportunities, Mock Trials and Influential Educators Summary: Susan Chesnutt interviews her high school teacher, Daniel Nixon Taylor, about the positive influences of educators and the lifelong impact she had in her experience participating in a mock trial in high school.
Number of Married Couples Who Are ‘Living Apart Together’ Is on the Rise This episode is also available as a blog post: https://herstontennesseefamilylaw.com/2023/02/06/number-of-married-couples-who-are-living-apart-together-is-on-the-rise/
Resolution Podcast S2 Episode #6 | Abduction and its consequences | w/ Michael Edwards, Amy Rowe & Roz Osbourne In this episode, hosts Simon Blain and Anita Mehta talk to Michael Edwards, Amy Rowe & Roz Osbourne about Abduction and its consequences.
Episode #61: "Do I Really Need An Attorney?" In this episode, Brian Walters and Jake Gilbreath discuss some of the benefits of hiring an attorney for a range of family law matters, from prenuptial agreements to modifying a divorce decree. Brian and Jake also address some common scenarios they often see where people initially did not hire an attorney and end up needing one later. Texas cases involving divorce and child custody can be complex and difficult processes to navigate on your own. If you have a family law matter you are interested in speaking to an attorney about, email us at [email protected] or find out more about our firm at www.waltersgilbreath.com.
Risk of Substantial Harm Scrutinized in Gallatin, Tennessee Termination of Parental Rights: In re J.S. This episode is also available as a blog post: https://herstontennesseefamilylaw.com/2023/02/01/risk-of-substantial-harm-scrutinized-in-gallatin-tennessee-termination-of-parental-rights-in-re-j-s/
Permissive Intervention Challenged in Lebanon, Tennessee Parental Termination and Adoption: In re Lorelai E. This episode is also available as a blog post: https://herstontennesseefamilylaw.com/2023/01/30/permissive-intervention-challenged-in-lebanon-tennessee-parental-termination-and-adoption-in-re-lorelai-e/
Abuse Claims Problematic in Gallatin, Tennessee Custody Dispute: Bean v. Bean This episode is also available as a blog post: https://herstontennesseefamilylaw.com/2023/01/25/abuse-claims-problematic-in-gallatin-tennessee-custody-dispute-bean-v-bean/
Bankruptcy & Breakdown of the Marriage 201 The panel of Ontario-based family lawyers and bankruptcy and insolvency experts will be sharing their insights on advanced topics on bankruptcy as it applies to separation and divorce, as an extension of Episode 65: Bankruptcy & Breakdown of the Marriage 101.
Senate Bill 03667 amends the Code of Criminal Procedure of 1963, the Stalking No Contact Order Act, the” id=”AQlLoCto4EK” vid=”AQlLoCto4EK” id-for-player=”AQlLoCto4EK” link=”/listen/online-protective-order-requests-in-illinois-AQlLoCto4EK/” is-authorized=”false” custom-styles=”margin: 0 24px 24px 0;”>
Online Protective Order Requests in Illinois On January 1, 2023, some changes in Illinois policy went into effect to help further protect victims of domestic violence who are seeking protective, or restraining, orders against their abusers.
Senate Bill 03667 amends the Code of Criminal Procedure of 1963, the Stalking No Contact Order Act, the Civil No Contact Order Act, and the Illinois Domestic Violence Act of 1986 to allow victims who are seeking a protective order to now be able to file the request online. While there are some caveats, including the ability to file online only in counties in Illinois that have over 250,000 residents, this new change was implemented to allow victims to file an order without having to face their abuser.
Attorneys Gwendolyn J. Sterk and Joneice S. Atchison of Sterk Family Law Group, P.C. sit down to discuss the changes that went into effect, how a victim can file a request, and other available remedies for victims to receive support.
To learn more or to connect with Sterk Family Law Group, P.C. or Gwendolyn Sterk, call 815-600-8950 or visit www.sterkfamilylaw.com
In addition to this podcast, we encourage you to refer to the Sterk Family Law Group resource book, Navigating the Winding Road: Family Law and Estate Planning in Illinois which is available via Amazon or our office. This is a comprehensive resource book that further explains the multiple facets of family law and estate planning in Illinois. Our website, sterkfamilylaw.com is another great resource to read blogs and be directed to informational podcasts we have put together as additional resources.
All of the information and material contained in this podcast is the property of and copyrighted to Sterk Family Law Group, P.C. Any illegal reproduction or distribution of this content will result in immediate legal action.
**** Sterk Family Law provides a full range of family law and estate planning services in Orland Park for clients in Will, Cook, and DuPage counties. The Sterk Family Law Group team provides a holistic approach to the practice of law and strives to not only service a client’s legal needs, but also help manage a client’s emotional and overall well-being by establishing connections with a vast network of counselors, support groups, and various other non-traditional service providers within local communities by way of the unique Resource Center. The Resource Center provides Sterk Family Law clients with access to other professionals to help prepare for the next step in their lives. **** This podcast is for informational and educational purposes only. This is a legal advertisement from Sterk Family Law Group, P.C. and it does not constitute legal advice and should not be construed as such.
Failure to Consider Child’s Preference Scrutinized in Memphis, Tennessee Custody Dispute: In re Aiden W.L. This episode is also available as a blog post: https://herstontennesseefamilylaw.com/2023/01/23/failure-to-consider-childs-preference-scrutinized-in-memphis-tennessee-custody-dispute-in-re-aiden-w-l/
Surrogacy and Roe v. Wade: How the Ruling May Affect the Industry This episode is also available as a blog post: https://herstontennesseefamilylaw.com/2023/01/18/surrogacy-and-roe-v-wade-how-the-ruling-may-affect-the-industry/
Non-Profit Heroes: Rainbows For All Children Showcased as Sterk Family Law Group's Non-Profit Hero for January 2023, since 1983, Rainbows has supported children experiencing grief of all kinds through facilitated peer groups within their communities. Their services provide assistance for children and teens who may be experiencing grief from a serious illness or death, separation or divorce, incarceration, deportation, or community crises.
Rainbows for All Children trains adult volunteers in community-based sites such as schools, faith-based organizations, libraries or community centers to lead age-specific in-person and virutal support groups for children and teens, ages 3-18, who are grieving from some type of loss. These groups provide a safe environment that encourages communication while identifying, navigating and discussing difficult feelings that accompany loss.
Thank you, Stephanie Garrity, Executive Director, for joining us to share the mission of Rainbows and the wonderful services your organization has been providing to youth for 40 years.
To connect with Rainbows for all Children: rainbows.org (847)-952-1770

To learn more or to connect with Sterk Family Law Group, P.C. or Gwendolyn Sterk, call 815-600-8950 or visit www.sterkfamilylaw.com
In addition to this podcast, we encourage you to refer to the Sterk Family Law Group resource book, Navigating the Winding Road: Family Law and Estate Planning in Illinois which is available via Amazon or our office. This is a comprehensive resource book that further explains the multiple facets of family law and estate planning in Illinois. Our website, sterkfamilylaw.com is another great resource to read blogs and be directed to informational podcasts we have put together as additional resources.
All of the information and material contained in this podcast is property of and copyrighted to Sterk Family Law Group, P.C. Any illegal reproduction or distribution of this content will result in immediate legal action.
**** Sterk Family Law provides a full range of family law and estate planning services in Orland Park for clients in Will, Cook, and DuPage counties. The Sterk Family Law Group team provides a holistic approach to the practice of law and strives to not only service a client’s legal needs, but also help manage a client’s emotional and overall well-being by establishing connections with a vast network of counselors, support groups, and various other non-traditional service providers within local communities by way of the unique Resource Center. The Resource Center provides Sterk Family Law clients with access to other professionals to help prepare for the next step in their lives. **** This podcast is for informational and educational purposes only. This is a legal advertisement from Sterk Family Law Group, P.C. and it does not constitute legal advice and should not be construed as such.
Child Support, Modifications, and Celebrity Settlements Listen in as Tenny and Shayda tackle child support and the multimillion-dollar settlements in celebrity cases. In this episode you’ll learn how child support is calculated in California, why the law is considered gender-neutral, and the time sensitivity of modifications. Wonder how much Nick Cannon is paying annually in child support? Tune in to get the full scoop on that a lot more!
Episode #60: Understanding Geographical Restrictions In this episode, Brian Walters and Jake Gilbreath cover geographical restrictions, a court order specifying where a child must reside. They discuss the type of restrictions most commonly used in divorce and custody cases and scenarios where modifications are filed to try to uplift these restrictions. Jake and Brian close out the episode by answering some of the more frequently asked questions on geographical restrictions.  If you are interested in speaking to us about your family law matter, visit us at www.waltersgilbreath.com or email us at [email protected].
Voluntary Underemployment Examined in Alimony Analysis in Chattanooga, Tennessee Divorce: Chase v. Chase This episode is also available as a blog post: https://herstontennesseefamilylaw.com/2023/01/16/voluntary-underemployment-examined-in-alimony-analysis-in-chattanooga-tennessee-divorce-chase-v-chase/
Divorce Day In Canada Divorce Day In Canada by Family Law Now
Denial of Judicial Recusal Reversed in Part in Franklin, Tennessee Divorce: Austermiller v. Austermiller This episode is also available as a blog post: https://herstontennesseefamilylaw.com/2023/01/09/denial-of-judicial-recusal-reversed-in-part-in-franklin-tennessee-divorce-austermiller-v-austermiller/
Criminal Contempt for Violating Rule of Sequestration Reversed in Clinton, Tennessee Divorce: Burnett v. Burnett This episode is also available as a blog post: https://herstontennesseefamilylaw.com/2023/01/11/criminal-contempt-for-violating-rule-of-sequestration-reversed-in-clinton-tennessee-divorce-burnett-v-burnett/
In our latest podcast, family law Att” id=”9F23E2P9Rgw” vid=”9F23E2P9Rgw” id-for-player=”9F23E2P9Rgw” link=”/listen/what-is-the-value-of-a-free-legal-consultation-with-a-family-law-attorney-9F23E2P9Rgw/” is-authorized=”false” custom-styles=”margin: 0 24px 24px 0;”>
What is the value of a free legal consultation with a family law attorney? In the event that a life circumstance has you thinking about contacting a family law attorney, you likely may already feel overwhelmed, nervous, and confused. Making the decision to speak with an attorney can seem frightening, but it doesn't always need to be.
In our latest podcast, family law Attorney Gwendolyn J. Sterk speaks with Elizabeth A. Briick about the consultation process and how it can be helpful to alleviate some of the questions one may have. The true value of a free consultation is knowledge, and knowledge is power. This power comes in the form of an understanding of your current options and the capability to make an educated decision. The ultimate decision may be to move forward with legal action or it may be to reconcile the matter at home. Either way, the decision can be made with clarity.
To learn more or to connect with Sterk Family Law Group, P.C. or Gwendolyn Sterk, call 815-600-8950 or visit www.sterkfamilylaw.com
In addition to this podcast, we encourage you to refer to the Sterk Family Law Group resource book, Navigating the Winding Road: Family Law and Estate Planning in Illinois which is available via Amazon or our office. This is a comprehensive resource book that further explains the multiple facets of family law and estate planning in Illinois. Our website, sterkfamilylaw.com is another great resource to read blogs and be directed to informational podcasts we have put together as additional resources.
All of the information and material contained in this podcast is property of and copyrighted to Sterk Family Law Group, P.C. Any illegal reproduction or distribution of this content will result in immediate legal action.
**** Sterk Family Law provides a full range of family law and estate planning services in Orland Park for clients in Will, Cook, and DuPage counties. The Sterk Family Law Group team provides a holistic approach to the practice of law and strives to not only service a client’s legal needs, but also help manage a client’s emotional and overall well-being by establishing connections with a vast network of counselors, support groups, and various other non-traditional service providers within local communities by way of the unique Resource Center. The Resource Center provides Sterk Family Law clients with access to other professionals to help prepare for the next step in their lives. **** This podcast is for informational and educational purposes only. This is a legal advertisement from Sterk Family Law Group, P.C. and it does not constitute legal advice and should not be construed as such.
Resolution Podcast S2 Episode #5 | Parenting after Parting | w/ Adèle Ballantyne, Marcie Shaoul and Claire Colbert Listen to Marcie Shaoul (Rolling Stone coaching), Claire Colbert (Family Mediation and Mentoring) and Adèle Ballantyne (Eleda Consultancy Limited) from the Parenting After Parting Committee outline their Parenting Through Separation Guide.  This Guide is available to everyone for free at https://resolution.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/2021/05/Parenting-through-separation-guide.pdf, and is written for anyone who has children, and who has separated, or is thinking about separating.
To learn more or to connect with Sterk Family Law Group, P.C. or Gwendolyn Sterk, call 815-600-8950 or visit www.” id=”AyltZRP5Y8P” vid=”AyltZRP5Y8P” id-for-player=”AyltZRP5Y8P” link=”/listen/new-year-new-insights-AyltZRP5Y8P/” is-authorized=”false” custom-styles=”margin: 0 24px 24px 0;”>
New Year, New Insights As we start a new year, we wanted to share some inspiration from our own Elizabeth A. Briick. Tune in to listen to some helpful insight on how to make subtle changes for a fresh start.
To learn more or to connect with Sterk Family Law Group, P.C. or Gwendolyn Sterk, call 815-600-8950 or visit www.sterkfamilylaw.com

In addition to this podcast, we encourage you to refer to the Sterk Family Law Group resource book, Navigating the Winding Road: Family Law and Estate Planning in Illinois which is available via Amazon or our office. This is a comprehensive resource book that further explains the multiple facets of family law and estate planning in Illinois. Our website, sterkfamilylaw.com is another great resource to read blogs and be directed to informational podcasts we have put together as additional resources.
All of the information and material contained in this podcast is property of and copyrighted to Sterk Family Law Group, P.C. Any illegal reproduction or distribution of this content will result in immediate legal action.
**** Sterk Family Law provides a full range of family law and estate planning services in Orland Park for clients in Will, Cook, and DuPage counties. The Sterk Family Law Group team provides a holistic approach to the practice of law and strives to not only service a client’s legal needs, but also help manage a client’s emotional and overall well-being by establishing connections with a vast network of counselors, support groups, and various other non-traditional service providers within local communities by way of the unique Resource Center. The Resource Center provides Sterk Family Law clients with access to other professionals to help prepare for the next step in their lives. **** This podcast is for informational and educational purposes only. This is a legal advertisement from Sterk Family Law Group, P.C. and it does not constitute legal advice and should not be construed as such.
Episode #59: Common Law Marriages in Texas Courts In this episode, Jake Gilbreath and Brian Walters discuss common law marriages (also known as "informal marriages") in the state of Texas. The partners discuss the legal requirements that have to be met in order to be considered informally married in Texas and their experience handling complex divorce and child custody cases involving these type of marriages. If you are interested in speaking to us about your family law matter, visit us at www.waltersgilbreath.com or email us at [email protected].
Ending a Relationship in an Amicable Way FLiP 19 In this episode of the FLiP podcast, Hannah Greene, an associate at FLiP, is joined in a discussion with Jo Harrison, a therapist and councillor also at the firm, to talk about ending a relationship in an amicable way. Hannah and Jo will look at this from a legal and phycological angel for separating couples. Hannah advises on all aspects of divorce and cohabitation, including financial and children matters, and on relationship agreements, including pre-nuptial and cohabitation agreements. Hannah’s focus is on providing clear, pragmatic advice whilst maintaining an empathetic approach, taking all available opportunities to minimise conflict where possible. Jo is our in-house therapist. She is experienced in working with individuals and couples who are separating. A former family lawyer, Jo has a depth of experience in being able to understand the legal process. She can work with clients, either individually or as a couple, to support them through the process.
Child-Support Modification for Adult Child Reversed in Memphis, Tennessee: State ex rel. Hoard v. Barrom This episode is also available as a blog post: https://herstontennesseefamilylaw.com/2023/01/04/child-support-modification-for-adult-child-reversed-in-memphis-tennessee-state-ex-rel-hoard-v-barrom/
Non-Profit Heroes – And Rise There are many types of trauma and abuse that many people don’t “see” including domestic, sexual, emotional, and financial abuse. As a trauma survivor and single mother who struggled to make ends meet, Jennifer Ramirez's hardships became her motivation to have a better life. What started as a grass-roots effort to empower women has grown into &Rise – a thriving non-profit organization dedicated to the empowerment of women to be the ultimate versions of themselves, no matter what adversities they’ve faced. Programs and events hosted by &Rise support and inspire trauma and abuse survivors throughout the Chicago area, the United States, and beyond.
Honored as Sterk Family Law Group's December 2022 Non-Profit Hero, &Rise offers educational resources, counseling, support groups and coaching to help women rise above the trauma so they can heal and flourish into the person God created them to be!
Please listen to hear Jennifer share &Rise's history, mission, and services, or learn how you can get involved to help victims become empowered!
To learn more about And Rise, visit https://www.womenrisechicago.org/
facebook.com/womenrisechicago
To learn more or to connect with Sterk Family Law Group, P.C. or Gwendolyn Sterk, call 815-600-8950 or visit www.sterkfamilylaw.com
**** Sterk Family Law provides a full range of family law and estate planning services in Orland Park for clients in Will, Cook, and DuPage counties. The Sterk Family Law Group team provides a holistic approach to the practice of law and strives to not only service a client’s legal needs, but also help manage a client’s emotional and overall well-being by establishing connections with a vast network of counselors, support groups, and various other non-traditional service providers within local communities by way of the unique Resource Center. The Resource Center provides Sterk Family Law clients with access to other professionals to help prepare for the next step in their lives. **** This podcast is for informational and educational purposes only. This is a legal advertisement from Sterk Family Law Group, P.C. and it does not constitute legal advice and should not be construed as such.
Episode #58: A Better Onboarding Process, A Better Experience In this episode, Brian Walters meets with Katy Justice, the Director of Sales and Marketing at Walters Gilbreath, to discuss the intake process and what someone can expect when calling the firm for the first time. Brian and Katy talk about common complaints and concerns they hear from potential new clients as well as how some negative experiences of their own inspired them to try to make the onboarding process at the firm as quick and painless as possible.If you are interested in speaking to someone at the firm about your family law matter, visit us at www.waltersgilbreath.com or email us at [email protected].
Successor Judge Refuses to Rule on Motions in Memphis, Tennessee Divorce: Thomas v. Thomas This episode is also available as a blog post: https://herstontennesseefamilylaw.com/2022/12/19/successor-judge-refuses-to-rule-on-motions-in-memphis-tennessee-divorce-thomas-v-thomas/
Resolution Podcast S2 Episode #4 | Private FDRs | w/ Katharine Landells, Antonia Mee & Sarah Phipps Listen to Katharine Landells (solicitor at Withers), Antonia Mee (solicitor at Burgess Mee) and Sarah Phipps (barrister at QEB) make the case for private FDRs, explain the project to ensure that women are also being put forward as private FDR evaluators and discuss what is key to having a successful private FDR.Herewith the best practice guidelines about selecting your FDR evaluator from 5th October 2021.  In effect,  regardless of the size of the list of proposed evaluators you are invited to include one from each gender.  The invitation is still in place today, and is supported by Resolution.  If and when this guidance is updated we will add it to these Notes.
Averaging Variable Income Challenged in Manchester, Tennessee Child-Support Dispute: Marcel v. Marcel This episode is also available as a blog post: https://herstontennesseefamilylaw.com/2022/12/14/averaging-variable-income-challenged-in-manchester-tennessee-child-support-dispute-marcel-v-marcel/
Updating beneficiary designations after divorce After a divorce, beneficiary designations often need to be updated. Whether it be a life insurance policy, bank account, retirement account, investment account, or other assets, most individuals may need to remove their ex-spouse as the beneficiary on these accounts, yet they forget to do so.  Find out the importance in this episode. This episode is based on an article on Family Law Headquarters titled: "Have You Changed Your Beneficiary Designations After Divorce?" You can also find out more by calling 855-805-0595 or by contacting our Multi-State Divorce Lawyers in Lincoln, Nebraska online.
The Case for a Long Divorce This episode is also available as a blog post: https://herstontennesseefamilylaw.com/2022/12/12/the-case-for-a-long-divorce/
Terms of Marital Dissolution Agreement Disputed in Chattanooga, Tennessee Divorce: Heisig v. Heisig This episode is also available as a blog post: https://herstontennesseefamilylaw.com/2022/12/07/terms-of-marital-dissolution-agreement-disputed-in-chattanooga-tennessee-divorce-heisig-v-heisig/
Episode #57: Special Needs Children & Texas Family Law | Special Needs Children Series In the final episode of our Special Needs Children in Family Law series, Brian Walters and Jake Gilbreath detail their experience handling divorce and custody cases that involve children with special needs and discuss common complications that come up in court with these type of cases. If there's a topic you would like to see us cover on the podcast, email us at [email protected].
Division of Real Estate Owned by an Unmarried Couple Reversed in Nashville, Tennessee Partition Lawsuit: Vance v. Blue This episode is also available as a blog post: https://herstontennesseefamilylaw.com/2022/12/05/division-of-real-estate-owned-by-an-unmarried-couple-reversed-in-nashville-tennessee-partition-lawsuit-vance-v-blue/
Let's Talk About Child Custody & Adoption in Light of the Dobbs Decision Join Family Law partners Carolyn Mirabile and Skip Persick as they discuss how adoption and child custody could be affected by the Dobbs decision. Skip first looks at who has "standing" to fight for child custody including grandparents, step-parents and biological parents. Carolyn and Skip then delve into the details of the presumption of paternity. Through this episode, listeners will hear about the different steps and legal precautions parents can take concerning custody and adoption.
Reunification therapy is a form of family therapy that has the goal of working on the dynamics between a parent and child to be able to reunite their relationship. This form of therapy ” id=”A6mT79Au9OU” vid=”A6mT79Au9OU” id-for-player=”A6mT79Au9OU” link=”/listen/reconnecting-parent-child-relationships-through-reunification-therapy-A6mT79Au9OU/” is-authorized=”false” custom-styles=”margin: 0 24px 24px 0;”>
Reconnecting Parent-Child Relationships Through Reunification Therapy In many instances, a family law court may appoint what is called a reunification therapist in your legal case.
Reunification therapy is a form of family therapy that has the goal of working on the dynamics between a parent and child to be able to reunite their relationship. This form of therapy strives to help the parties develop healthy communication and to create bonds, and heal injuries in the relationship.

Who are the participants?
What is the role of the reunification therapist?
What is the goal of reunification therapy?
Is there a critical need for both parents to be involved?
Does the favored parent have to give the child emotional permission to pursue reunification?
What is gatekeeping?
What are some examples of alienating behaviors?
What approach should a rejected parent take in the reunification process?
How do you address the past behaviors of the rejected parent? How do you break the ice?
Is it important that reunification therapy results in a business-like relationship between the parents?

Whitney McDaniel, LCPC, CFMHE, Certified Mediator, Parenting Coordinator, and Partner at Associates in Professional Counseling speaks with Attorney Gwendolyn J. Sterk to discuss these questions about reunification therapy, alienation, and parental gatekeeping.

To learn more or to connect with Whitney McDaniel or Associates in Professional Counseling, visit https://www.counselingandcoaching-apc.com/or call 1-888-545-5707
To learn more or to connect with Sterk Family Law Group, P.C. or Gwendolyn Sterk, call 815-600-8950 or visit www.sterkfamilylaw.com
************** Sterk Family Law provides a full range of family law and estate planning services in Orland Park for clients in Will, Cook, and DuPage counties. The Sterk Family Law Group team provides a holistic approach to the practice of law and strives to not only service a client’s legal needs, but also help manage a client’s emotional and overall well-being by establishing connections with a vast network of counselors, support groups, and various other non-traditional service providers within local communities by way of the unique Resource Center. The Resource Center provides Sterk Family Law clients with access to other professionals to help prepare for the next step in their lives.
************** This podcast is for informational and educational purposes only. This is a legal advertisement from Sterk Family Law Group, P.C. and it does not constitute legal advice and should not be construed as such.

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Resolution Podcast S2 Episode #3 | View from the Judiciary | w/ HHJ Hess and HHJ Roberts In this episode we are joined by  HHJ Roberts who is the Designated Family Judge at the Central Family Court, and the National Lead Judge for Divorce.  Before joining the Bench she was a solicitor, and ran the family department at her firm for 10 years, and HHJ Hess who is the Lead Judge of the London Financial Remedy Court, and the Deputy National Lead Judge of the Financial Remedies Court.  He is also Co-Chair of the Pension Advisory Group.  Before joining the Bench he practiced at the Bar for 25 years.They join us for a fascination and wide-ranging discussion about the future for remote hearings, vulnerable witnesses, crypto-assets, the benefit of the change to divorce law, and why we should consider applying for judicial appointment.
Prevailing Party Debated in Nashville, Tennessee Postdivorce Fee Dispute: Colley v. Colley This episode is also available as a blog post: https://herstontennesseefamilylaw.com/2022/11/28/prevailing-party-debated-in-nashville-tennessee-postdivorce-dispute-colley-v-colley/
Transparency and Anonymity in Financial Remedy Proceedings Simon Purkis of Pump Court Chambers joins host Mark Ablett to talk through the recent move away from anonymity in financial remedy proceedings, at least before certain judges as well as the forthcoming report of the Transparency Implementation Group. Simon covers the law in broad detail as well as giving his views on where the burden should lie in terms of anonymity. This is an evolving area and there will be a follow up podcast dealing with the report of the Transparency Implementation Group once received. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Domestic Violence & Narissism Domestic violence often intersects with family law, and it can present in many different forms. Ontario family lawyers, Russell Alexander, Michelle Mulchan, social service worker, Nicole Harrison, and social worker, Kelly Lourenco, share their insights on navigating family law matters when there is abuse involved. The panelists discuss the following topics:

What is Domestic Violence?
What is Narcissism?
Risks of Divorce on Zoom
Screening Clients
Timing and Communication
Power imbalances
Parenting Plans with Safe Exchanges of Children
Restraining Orders
Counsellors and Therapists
Recording Devices
Update on the Crisis Facing Tennessee’s Department of Children’s Services This episode is also available as a blog post: https://herstontennesseefamilylaw.com/2022/11/23/update-on-the-crisis-facing-tennessees-department-of-childrens-services/
Parenting Plan Reversed after Emancipation of Oldest Child in Greeneville, Tennessee Parenting Plan Modification: Gaby v. Gaby This episode is also available as a blog post: https://herstontennesseefamilylaw.com/2022/11/21/parenting-plan-reversed-after-emancipation-of-oldest-child-in-greeneville-tennessee-parenting-plan-modification-gaby-v-gaby/
HHJ Hess on the Financial Remedies Court & PAG2 In a really exciting episode, HHJ Hess joins co-hosts Helen Brander and Tara Lyons to talk all things financial remedies court and the upcoming PAG2. It was a real privilege to have His Honour join the podcast to provide his unique insight from the vanguard of financial remedies reform, including the origins of the FRC, and of course into pensions having given the well-known judgment in the case of W v H [2020] EWFC B10. A must listen for any financial remedies practitioners. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Assisted Reproductive Technology after the Dobbs Decision This episode is also available as a blog post: https://herstontennesseefamilylaw.com/2022/11/16/assisted-reproductive-technology-after-the-dobbs-decision/
Episode #56: Divorces and Children with Autism – Client Interview | Special Needs Children Series As a continuation of our Special Needs Children in Family Law series, Jake Gilbreath and former client Amy share their experience raising a child with Autism Spectrum Disorder. Jake and Amy discuss some of the challenges so many parents face with their child's ASD diagnosis and the valuable resources they discovered along the way, including the non-profit organization Imagine-A-Way. Amy also discusses going through a divorce with a special needs child. To learn more about Imagine-A-Way: https://www.imagineaway.org/If there's a topic you would like to see us cover on the podcast, email us at [email protected].
Delayed Ruling Criticized in Memphis, Tennessee Divorce: Byrd v. Byrd This episode is also available as a blog post: https://herstontennesseefamilylaw.com/2022/11/14/delayed-ruling-criticized-in-memphis-tennessee-divorce-byrd-v-byrd/

1. Recap
2. Full teams
3. Are you working remotely? What are the advantages and disadvantages of working remotely?
4. What do you foresee will be the” id=”89qMeTvYYaO” vid=”89qMeTvYYaO” id-for-player=”89qMeTvYYaO” link=”/listen/collaborative-divorce-201-advanced-topics-89qMeTvYYaO/” is-authorized=”false” custom-styles=”margin: 0 24px 24px 0;”>
Collaborative Divorce 201: Advanced Topics In this 1-hour presentation Russell, Carrie, and Jarret share their insights on advanced topics in collaborative divorce, covering the following:

1. Recap
2. Full teams
3. Are you working remotely? What are the advantages and disadvantages of working remotely?
4. What do you foresee will be the standard for practicing in the future? Remote? Hybrid? In-office?
5. How do you manage all the documents you need for a collaborative case?
6. How are the changes to the Divorce Act impacting CP?
7. Expert Reports
8. Runaway train
9. Saving the Golden Goose
10. Impasse and hitting a wall
Non-Profit Heroes – The Yard Foundation The Yard Foundation is a dynamic team of four extremely driven individuals (Clem, Erin, Tony, and Amy) who strive to find fun, creative ways to help others all while bringing awareness to various causes. Sterk Family Law Group is proud to honor them as our November 2022 Non-Profit Hero. The Yard Foundation officially started in 2021 after a group of friends found that their online philanthropic efforts needed to become official in order to be able to pay it forward.
John, aka Clem, had a large Facebook group that had firefighters who pooled together to help out the widow of a firefighter who lost his life in the line of duty. While their hearts and intentions were all in the right place, they realized that it was time to make their cause an official 501c3 organization so they could continue sharing the love. The group initially started to fundraise for firefighters, but their outreach quickly evolved to also supporting children and women’s issues and those affected by illness and injury. The team at the Yard is quick to lend a hand to various other needs in the community as well which includes supporting other area non-profits.

Thank you Anthony Di Novo for taking the time to share your awesome cause with us! For the remainder of November, The Yard Donation will be collecting funds for a holiday toy drive. Check out their website for more details on this campaign, their weekly Giving Tuesday, to get your Yard Card, or to find out about other upcoming events!
https://www.theyardfoundation.org/
https://www.facebook.com/TheYardFoundation
To learn more or to connect with Sterk Family Law Group, P.C. or Gwendolyn Sterk, call 815-600-8950 or visit www.sterkfamilylaw.com

**** Sterk Family Law provides a full range of family law and estate planning services in Orland Park for clients in Will, Cook, and DuPage counties. The Sterk Family Law Group team provides a holistic approach to the practice of law and strives to not only service a client’s legal needs, but also help manage a client’s emotional and overall well-being by establishing connections with a vast network of counselors, support groups, and various other non-traditional service providers within local communities by way of the unique Resource Center. The Resource Center provides Sterk Family Law clients with access to other professionals to help prepare for the next step in their lives. **** This podcast is for informational and educational purposes only. This is a legal advertisement from Sterk Family Law Group, P.C. and it does not constitute legal advice and should not be construed as such. #theyardfoundation #nonprofit #nonprofitorganization #support #givingback #womenshealth #firefighter #firefighters #payitforward
Crisis at Tennessee’s Department of Children’s Services This episode is also available as a blog post: https://herstontennesseefamilylaw.com/2022/11/07/crisis-at-tennessees-department-of-childrens-services/
Calculation of Child-Support Deviation for Private-School Expenses Examined in Chattanooga, Tennessee: Taylor v. Taylor This episode is also available as a blog post: https://herstontennesseefamilylaw.com/2022/11/09/calculation-of-child-support-deviation-for-private-school-expenses-examined-in-chattanooga-tennessee-taylor-v-taylor/
NFTs in family law A recent talk to the IBA conference in Miami mandated that all lawyers must be familiar with cryptocurrency, and that surely must include NFTs or non-fungible tokens. Sound like gibberish? Well look no further, because Samara Brackley of Pump Court will tell you all about them and how the court is likely to treat NFTs on divorce. A cutting edge episode that we should all be listening to. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Episode #55: Interview with Keith Maples | Special Needs Children Series In the first episode in our Special Needs Children in Family Law series, Jake Gilbreath is joined by Keith Maples to discuss their experience handling cases involving children with special needs and break down how the Texas Family Code and Texas State Courts address conservatorship, possession & access and child support in these type of cases.Keith Maples is a talented litigator, mediator, frequent author and speaker on the topic of effectively representing parents of special needs children in the state of Texas.Keith Maples: https://nmsb-law.com/attorney/keith-d-maples/If there's a topic you would like to see us cover on the podcast, email us at [email protected].
Ability to Pay Alimony Challenged in Franklin, Tennessee Divorce: Griffin v. Griffin This episode is also available as a blog post: https://herstontennesseefamilylaw.com/2022/11/02/ability-to-pay-alimony-challenged-in-franklin-tennessee-divorce-griffin-v-griffin/
Resolution Podcast #8 | Finding the Middle Ground – Parental Alienation and High Conflict | w/ Alex Verdan KC and Mark Berelowitz ‘Finding the middle ground’ – in this episode Dr Mark Berelowitz (Consultant Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist) and Alex Verdan KC discuss how to manage parental alienation and high conflict cases.  With Resolutions thanks to Louise Tickle for a correction in the law from the first episode.
Resolution Podcast S2 Episode #2 | Crypto-Assets | w/ Andrzej Bojarski and James Brockhurst Listen to Andrzej Bojarski (family barrister) and James Brockhurst (private client lawyer) discuss crypto-assets, including what they are, essential terms, tracing, taxation and division.  This episode includes all the information required to understand this form of asset.
Custody Order Entered after Adoption Petition Filed Reversed in Bristol, Tennessee: In re Autumn D. This episode is also available as a blog post: https://herstontennesseefamilylaw.com/2022/10/31/custody-order-entered-after-adoption-petition-filed-reversed-in-bristol-tennessee-in-re-autumn-d/
Collaborative Divorce 101 Collaborative Divorce 101 by Family Law Now
Cazalet v Abu-Zalaf Host Mark Ablett is joined by Sara Hannell, managing partner of Alexiou Fisher Phillips solicitors, to talk about her very recent case of Olga Cazalet v Walid Abu-Zalaf [2022] EWFC 119. This is a fascinating case where the applicant wife sought to rescind a 9 year old Decree Nisi on the basis of alleged reconciliation, in order to ultimately benefit from better terms under a pre-nuptial agreement. The judgment involves a trawl through 160 years of law before forming a definitive test to apply. Sara offers her unique insight, from the heart of the case, as to the reasoning behind the judgment and the issues which arose. In the judgment, Mostyn J also comments about the perils of placing emphasis on witness demeanour and Sara gives her views as to the comments generally and where they lie in the context of this case. A most interesting listen! Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Let's Talk About the Constitutional Aspects of the Dobbs Decision Weber Gallagher’s Family Law partners Carolyn Mirabile and John Zurzola discuss the constitutional background in light of the recent Supreme Court decision on Dobbs and the effects. In this informative talk, John provides an in-depth timeline of how we reached the Dobbs decision and explains the constitutional background. Carolyn and John then review frequently asked questions and describe the impact of Dobbs on marriage and divorce in the LGBTQIA community.

1. What is a Voice of the Child report (VOC) – legislation, purpose
2. When: before or during court, anytime
3. Who prepares the VOC report – qualifications & training
4. Private vs OCL, Judicial interviews
5. The How” id=”2i2RQLC1bvd” vid=”2i2RQLC1bvd” id-for-player=”2i2RQLC1bvd” link=”/listen/voice-of-the-child-2i2RQLC1bvd/” is-authorized=”false” custom-styles=”margin: 0 24px 24px 0;”>
Voice of The Child Russell Alexander, Golan Yaron and Jonathan Paynter discuss the following topics:

1. What is a Voice of the Child report (VOC) – legislation, purpose
2. When: before or during court, anytime
3. Who prepares the VOC report – qualifications & training
4. Private vs OCL, Judicial interviews
5. The How – Where are interviews conducted – How many – How is the report delivered? Oral vs written
6. Weight: treatment by counsel, parents, and Judges
7. Screening: Parental and other influences
8. The Child’s Right to Counsel
9. Challenging VOC reports
10. Case Law

* This program has been accredited by the Law Society of Ontario and contains 1-hour of professionalism content.
Watch Me Shout Law Stuff at You In Person or from the Privacy of Your Office, Bed, or Bathroom! This episode is also available as a blog post: https://herstontennesseefamilylaw.com/2022/10/26/watch-me-shout-law-stuff-at-you-in-person-or-from-the-privacy-of-your-office-bed-or-bathroom-2/
Deficient Pleading Challenged in Jacksboro, Tennessee Termination of Parental Rights and Adoption: In re Kailyn B. This episode is also available as a blog post: https://herstontennesseefamilylaw.com/2022/10/24/deficient-pleading-challenged-in-jacksboro-tennessee-termination-of-parental-rights-and-adoption-in-re-kailyn-b/
Non-Profit Heroes – Nadine's Blue Butterfly NPO – Sterk Family Law Group, P.C. After Jennefer Hofferica’s mother, Nadine, passed away in 2020 from ALS, Jennefer was looking to find a way to honor her mother while servicing. Nadine was a long-time victim of domestic abuse and had a small blue butterfly tattoo on her shoulder and Nadine’s legacy helped Nadine’s Blue Butterfly emerge from it’s cocoon. Sterk Family Law Group is pleased to honor them as our October 2022 Non-Profit Hero!

Knowing that children are greatly affected by the effects of abuse, Jennefer wanted to find a way to flutter some joy into these kids’ lives. In the midst of the pandemic shutdown, Jennifer reached out to her neighbors to inquire if they had any gently used or new items that could be given to children and teens who are affected by traumas. After an outpouring of donations was received, Jennefer’s path to officially establishing Nadine’s Blue Butterfly was in flight. Jennefer and NBB’s team works closely with domestic violence shelters, such as the Crisis Center for South Suburbia and Guardian Angels, to help provide for the needs of child victims.
Nadine’s Blue Butterfly hosts private “shopping sprees” to provide clients from partnered domestic violence and social service organizations the opportunity to "shop" for gifts for their children as well as basic necessities and clothing. Registration is required for these events, but Jennefer and team do not require those registering to disclose any information other than a name and number to help ensure their safety.
If you are looking to support or if you know someone who may need the service that Nadine’s Blue Butterfly offers, you may connect with them here:
https://nadinesbluebutterfly.com/
https://www.facebook.com/nadinesbluebutterfly
To learn more or to connect with Sterk Family Law Group, P.C. or Gwendolyn Sterk, call 815-600-8950 or visit www.sterkfamilylaw.com
****** Sterk Family Law provides a full range of family law and estate planning services in Orland Park for clients in Will, Cook, and DuPage counties. The Sterk Family Law Group team provides a holistic approach to the practice of law and strives to not only service a client’s legal needs, but also help manage a client’s emotional and overall well-being by establishing connections with a vast network of counselors, support groups, and various other non-traditional service providers within local communities by way of the unique Resource Center. The Resource Center provides Sterk Family Law clients with access to other professionals to help prepare for the next step in their lives.

****** This podcast is for informational and educational purposes only. This is a legal advertisement from Sterk Family Law Group, P.C. and it does not constitute legal advice and should not be construed as such.

#nonprofit #nonprofitorganization #nonprofits #domesticviolence #domesticviolencesurvivor #givingback
Episode #54: "My Spouse Controls The Finances!" When your spouse makes and controls all the money in a marriage, it can be overwhelming to realize you are without the financial resources to get the legal representation you need. In this episode, Brian and Jake answer some of their clients most frequently asked questions regarding finances in a divorce and what happens in a temporary orders hearing in Texas.If there's a topic you would like to see us cover on the podcast, email us at [email protected].
Menopause in the law Following hot on the heels of World Menopause Day, Tara Lyons is joined by Imogen Robins of Pump Court and Jennifer Williamson, partner at Blake Morgan, to discuss the menopause generally and how it affects women working in the law. The podcast goes on to discuss the impact of menopause in family proceedings. This is an important topic that we all need to understand better and about which we should be speaking more openly. In furtherance of this, Imogen will be starting morning cafés with Jennifer to encourage open conversation and interested listeners should watch out for announcements on social media. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Error to Exclude Seven-Year-Old Child’s Testimony in Franklin, Tennessee: In re Kansas B. This episode is also available as a blog post: https://herstontennesseefamilylaw.com/2022/10/17/error-to-exclude-seven-year-old-childs-testimony-in-franklin-tennessee-in-re-kansas-b/
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