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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!
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.
‎Thomas Mansfield Family Law Podcasts from Thomas Mansfield Solicitors
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…
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.
‎FLiP - Family Law in Partnership Family Law in Partnership is a specialist family law firm who take a unique approach to family law. FLiP balances their exceptional legal expertise with care and compassion, delivering intelligent and creative solutions while carefully managing any emotional impact. Whether you are going through a divorce or making financial arrangements before or after you marry, FLiP will guide you through every turn with expertise and reassurance, always in partnership.

FLiP offer unrivalled expertise across all process options, whether that involves going to court, mediation or arbitration, for example, selecting the best process for your particular case, providing first rate legal guidance and clarity around your options.

Divorce and separation, whether children are involved or not, can be a distressing and difficult time. FLiP are always looking for better ways to help their clients through the process so they have developed a hub of emotional and practical support to enhance the wellbeing of their clients. And the l
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
‎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
The Modern Family Lawyer A family law podcast for everyone with insights into various aspects of family law, and how they impact on you and your family.

Hosted by Rita Gupta, Director of Leiper Gupta Family Lawyers, alongside guest expert and fellow Director Anne Leiper, each podcast will cover a different topic in just enough detail to be really useful, but not too much so that it’s legal overload.

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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
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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Child’s Testimony in Chambers Causes Reversal in Morristown, Tennessee Contested Adoption: In re Lyric. N. This episode is also available as a blog post: https://herstontennesseefamilylaw.com/2022/08/08/childs-testimony-in-chambers-causes-reversal-in-morristown-tennessee-contested-adoption-in-re-lyric-n/
Divorce And Property Sharing 101 Russell Alexander, Bill Rogers, and Rick Peticca will be discuss matters of property division in divorce and family law.
Property Division and Attorney’s Fees Challenged in Memphis, Tennessee Divorce: Murdock v. Murdock This episode is also available as a blog post: https://herstontennesseefamilylaw.com/2022/03/21/property-division-and-attorneys-fees-challenged-in-memphis-tennessee-divorce-murdock-v-murdock/
Parenting Plan Reversed for Failing to “Maximize Participation” in Decatur, Tennessee Divorce: Woody v. Woody This episode is also available as a blog post: https://herstontennesseefamilylaw.com/2022/03/23/parenting-plan-reversed-for-failing-to-maximize-participation-in-decatur-tennessee-divorce-woody-v-woody/
Marriage is Declining in America This episode is also available as a blog post: https://herstontennesseefamilylaw.com/2022/03/28/marriage-is-declining-in-america/
Unsupervised Parenting Time after Child Abduction Challenged in Clarksville, Tennessee Divorce: Liebetreu v. Libetreu This episode is also available as a blog post: https://herstontennesseefamilylaw.com/2022/03/30/unsupervised-parenting-time-after-child-abduction-challenged-in-clarksville-tennessee-divorce-liebetreu-v-libetreu/
Trial by Videoconference Challenged in Franklin, Tennessee Parental Relocation Case: In re Autumn H. This episode is also available as a blog post: https://herstontennesseefamilylaw.com/2022/04/04/trial-by-videoconference-challenged-in-franklin-tennessee-parental-relocation-case-in-re-autumn-h/
Tennessee’s New Child Support Guidelines This episode is also available as a blog post: https://herstontennesseefamilylaw.com/2020/05/11/tennessees-new-child-support-guidelines/
How Divorce Harms Kids, and How to Lessen That Harm This episode is also available as a blog post: https://herstontennesseefamilylaw.com/2021/03/03/how-divorce-harms-kids-and-how-to-lessen-that-harm/
Divorce During the Pandemic This episode is also available as a blog post: https://herstontennesseefamilylaw.com/2021/04/26/divorce-during-the-pandemic/
How Spanking May Affect Brain Development in Children This episode is also available as a blog post: https://herstontennesseefamilylaw.com/2021/05/31/how-spanking-may-affect-brain-development-in-children/
Tennessee Family Law Legislative Update 2021 This episode is also available as a blog post: https://herstontennesseefamilylaw.com/2021/06/23/tennessee-family-law-legislative-update-2021/
Why Are Divorce Rates Dropping in the U.S.? This episode is also available as a blog post: https://herstontennesseefamilylaw.com/2021/07/07/why-are-divorce-rates-dropping-in-the-u-s/
Who Gets to Keep the Money from the New Child Tax Credit? This episode is also available as a blog post: https://herstontennesseefamilylaw.com/2021/07/26/who-gets-to-keep-the-money-from-the-new-child-tax-credit/
Why the U.S. Birth Rate Keeps Getting Lower, and Why It Matters This episode is also available as a blog post: https://herstontennesseefamilylaw.com/2021/08/11/why-the-u-s-birth-rate-keeps-getting-lower-and-why-it-matters/
The Damage of Dad-Shaming This episode is also available as a blog post: https://herstontennesseefamilylaw.com/2021/08/25/the-damage-of-dad-shaming/
A Packed Schedule Doesn’t Really ‘Enrich’ Your Child This episode is also available as a blog post: https://herstontennesseefamilylaw.com/2021/09/15/a-packed-schedule-doesnt-really-enrich-your-child/
Four Ways to Help Your College Student Grow Up This episode is also available as a blog post: https://herstontennesseefamilylaw.com/2021/10/04/four-ways-to-help-your-college-student-grow-up/
Divorced Parents Are Going to Court over Vaccinating Their Kids against the Coronavirus This episode is also available as a blog post: https://herstontennesseefamilylaw.com/2021/10/20/divorced-parents-are-going-to-court-over-vaccinating-their-kids-against-the-coronavirus/
Why More Americans Are Going Childless This episode is also available as a blog post: https://herstontennesseefamilylaw.com/2021/12/13/why-more-americans-are-going-childless/
How to Share a Happy Holiday with an Ex-Partner and Your Kids This episode is also available as a blog post: https://herstontennesseefamilylaw.com/2021/12/22/how-to-share-a-happy-holiday-with-an-ex-partner-and-your-kids/
Political Comments by Judge’s Spouse Leads to Recusal Motion in Franklin, Tennessee Postdivorce Dispute: Neuman v. Phillips This episode is also available as a blog post: https://herstontennesseefamilylaw.com/2022/01/03/political-comments-by-judges-spouse-leads-to-recusal-motion-in-franklin-tennessee-postdivorce-dispute-neuman-v-phillips/
Parentage and UCCJEA Emergency Jurisdiction Examined in Memphis, Tennessee: Brooks v. Andrews This episode is also available as a blog post: https://herstontennesseefamilylaw.com/2022/01/05/parentage-and-uccjea-emergency-jurisdiction-examined-in-memphis-tennessee-brooks-v-andrews/
Is There a Judicial Remedy for the Discrimination Same-Sex Couples Face from Their Inability to Marry Earlier? This episode is also available as a blog post: https://herstontennesseefamilylaw.com/2022/01/10/is-there-a-judicial-remedy-for-the-discrimination-same-sex-couples-face-from-their-inability-to-marry-earlier/
Is the Goal of Parenting to Make Your Child Happy? This episode is also available as a blog post: https://herstontennesseefamilylaw.com/2022/01/12/is-the-goal-of-parenting-to-make-your-child-happy/
Abandonment Reversed in Gallatin, Tennessee Termination of Parental Rights: In re C.N. This episode is also available as a blog post: https://herstontennesseefamilylaw.com/2022/01/17/abandonment-reversed-in-gallatin-tennessee-termination-of-parental-rights-in-re-c-n/
Error to Use Parol Evidence to Interpret Marital Dissolution Agreement in Blountville, Tennessee: In re Conservatorship of Ress This episode is also available as a blog post: https://herstontennesseefamilylaw.com/2022/01/19/error-to-use-parol-evidence-to-interpret-marital-dissolution-agreement-in-blountville-tennessee-in-re-conservatorship-of-ress/
Interpretation of Marital Dissolution Agreement Challenged in Memphis, Tennessee Divorce: George v. Smith-George This episode is also available as a blog post: https://herstontennesseefamilylaw.com/2022/01/24/interpretation-of-marital-dissolution-agreement-challenged-in-memphis-tennessee-divorce-george-v-smith-george/
A Smarter Way to Make Decisions About Your Kids This episode is also available as a blog post: https://herstontennesseefamilylaw.com/2022/01/26/a-smarter-way-to-make-decisions-about-your-kids/
Lack of Best-Interest Analysis Dooms Parenting Plan Modification in Lawrenceburg, Tennessee: Moore v. Moore This episode is also available as a blog post: https://herstontennesseefamilylaw.com/2022/01/31/lack-of-best-interest-analysis-dooms-parenting-plan-modification-in-lawrenceburg-tennessee-moore-v-moore/
Award of Attorney’s Fees on Appeal Contested in Kingston, Tennessee Parenting Dispute: Nelson v. Justice This episode is also available as a blog post: https://herstontennesseefamilylaw.com/2022/02/07/award-of-attorneys-fees-on-appeal-contested-in-kingston-tennessee-parenting-dispute-nelson-v-justice/
Discovery Rule Won’t Toll Deadline for Revoking Surrender of Parental Rights in Memphis, Tennessee Adoption: In re Carlee A. This episode is also available as a blog post: https://herstontennesseefamilylaw.com/2022/02/09/discovery-rule-wont-toll-deadline-for-revoking-surrender-of-parental-rights-in-memphis-tennessee-adoption-in-re-carlee-a/
“Disruptive” Parenting Schedule Challenged in Clarksville, Tennessee Parenting-Plan Modification: Krulewicz v. Krulewicz This episode is also available as a blog post: https://herstontennesseefamilylaw.com/2022/02/14/disruptive-parenting-schedule-challenged-in-clarksville-tennessee-parenting-plan-modification-krulewicz-v-krulewicz/
Severe Abuse Finding in Dependency and Neglect Case Is Grounds to Terminate Parental Rights in Lafayette, Tennessee: In re Cora W. This episode is also available as a blog post: https://herstontennesseefamilylaw.com/2022/02/16/severe-abuse-finding-in-dependency-and-neglect-case-is-grounds-to-terminate-parental-rights-in-lafayette-tennessee-in-re-cora-w/
The Aftermath of Gray Divorce for Men, Women, and Their Adult Children This episode is also available as a blog post: https://herstontennesseefamilylaw.com/2022/02/21/the-aftermath-of-gray-divorce-for-men-women-and-their-adult-children/
Rule 60 Fraud Examined in Clarksville, Tennessee Interstate Child-Custody Modification: In re Hailey C. This episode is also available as a blog post: https://herstontennesseefamilylaw.com/2022/02/23/rule-60-fraud-examined-in-clarksville-tennessee-interstate-child-custody-modification-in-re-hailey-c/
Division of Pension Disputed in Cookeville, Tennessee Divorce: Thompson v. Thompson This episode is also available as a blog post: https://herstontennesseefamilylaw.com/2022/02/28/division-of-pension-disputed-in-cookeville-tennessee-divorce-thompson-v-thompson/
Recusal of Magistrate Sought in Memphis, Tennessee Dependency and Neglect Case: In re Haven-Lee S. This episode is also available as a blog post: https://herstontennesseefamilylaw.com/2022/03/02/recusal-of-magistrate-sought-in-memphis-tennessee-dependency-and-neglect-case-in-re-haven-lee-s/
Incomplete Financial Disclosures Render Prenuptial Agreement Invalid in Jackson, Tennessee: In re Estate of Stokes This episode is also available as a blog post: https://herstontennesseefamilylaw.com/2022/03/07/incomplete-financial-disclosures-render-prenuptial-agreement-invalid-in-jackson-tennessee-in-re-estate-of-stokes/
Default Judgment Vacated in Springfield, Tennessee Postdivorce Parenting Dispute: Christy v. Christy This episode is also available as a blog post: https://herstontennesseefamilylaw.com/2022/04/06/default-judgment-vacated-in-springfield-tennessee-postdivorce-parenting-dispute-christy-v-christy/
Parental Opposition to Grandparent Visitation Scrutinized in Decaturville, Tennessee: Cupples v. Holmes This episode is also available as a blog post: https://herstontennesseefamilylaw.com/2022/04/11/parental-opposition-to-grandparent-visitation-scrutinized-in-decaturville-tennessee-cupples-v-holmes/
No Material Change Leads to Reversal of Alimony Modification in Crossville, Tennessee: Hoering v. Hoering This episode is also available as a blog post: https://herstontennesseefamilylaw.com/2022/04/18/no-material-change-leads-to-reversal-of-alimony-modification-in-crossville-tennessee-hoering-v-hoering/
Substantial Harm from Cessation of Grandparent Visitation Challenged in Alamo, Tennessee: In re Gracelyn H. This episode is also available as a blog post: https://herstontennesseefamilylaw.com/2022/04/20/substantial-harm-from-cessation-of-grandparent-visitation-challenged-in-alamo-tennessee-in-re-gracelyn-h/
False Allegations of Abuse During Divorce: The Role of Alienating Beliefs This episode is also available as a blog post: https://herstontennesseefamilylaw.com/2022/03/09/false-allegations-of-abuse-during-divorce-the-role-of-alienating-beliefs/
Ground of Persistent Conditions Reversed in Morristown, Tennessee Parental Rights Termination: In re Emma F. This episode is also available as a blog post: https://herstontennesseefamilylaw.com/2022/03/14/ground-of-persistent-conditions-reversed-in-morristown-tennessee-parental-rights-termination-in-re-emma-f/
Order Vacated Because of Untimely Appeal in Franklin, Tennessee Dependency and Neglect Case: In re Kendall R. This episode is also available as a blog post: https://herstontennesseefamilylaw.com/2022/03/16/order-vacated-because-of-untimely-appeal-in-franklin-tennessee-dependency-and-neglect-case-in-re-kendall-r/
Who Gets the Child? This episode is also available as a blog post: https://herstontennesseefamilylaw.com/2022/05/18/who-gets-the-child/
Hearsay Statements of Child Abuse Challenged in Newport, Tennessee Termination of Parental Rights: In re Analesia Q. This episode is also available as a blog post: https://herstontennesseefamilylaw.com/2022/05/23/hearsay-statements-of-child-abuse-challenged-in-newport-tennessee-termination-of-parental-rights-in-re-analesia-q/
Classification of Separate Property Reversed in Clarksville, Tennessee Divorce: Griffith-Ball v. Ball This episode is also available as a blog post: https://herstontennesseefamilylaw.com/2022/05/25/classification-of-separate-property-reversed-in-clarksville-tennessee-divorce-griffith-ball-v-ball/
Sentence for Violating Order of Protection Challenged as Excessive in Knoxville, Tennessee: Saleh v. Pratt This episode is also available as a blog post: https://herstontennesseefamilylaw.com/2022/05/30/sentence-for-violating-order-of-protection-challenged-as-excessive-in-knoxville-tennessee-saleh-v-pratt/
Alimony Agreement Challenged as Void in Savannah, Tennessee Divorce: Estate of McCullough v. McCullough This episode is also available as a blog post: https://herstontennesseefamilylaw.com/2022/06/01/alimony-agreement-challenged-as-void-in-savannah-tennessee-divorce-estate-of-mccullough-v-mccullough/
Rewriting Your Will After Divorce This episode is also available as a blog post: https://herstontennesseefamilylaw.com/2022/06/06/rewriting-your-will-after-divorce/
Scope of Release for Undisclosed Assets Scrutinized in Chattanooga, Tennessee Postdivorce Dispute: Sanford v. Sanford This episode is also available as a blog post: https://herstontennesseefamilylaw.com/2022/06/08/scope-of-release-for-undisclosed-assets-scrutinized-in-chattanooga-tennessee-postdivorce-dispute-sanford-v-sanford/
Artificial Insemination Statute Challenged in Murfreesboro, Tennessee Same-Sex Parentage Dispute: Compher v. Whitfield This episode is also available as a blog post: https://herstontennesseefamilylaw.com/2022/06/13/artificial-insemination-statute-challenged-in-murfreesboro-tennessee-same-sex-parentage-dispute-compher-v-whitfield/
Restrictions on Alcohol Consumption Expanded in Cleveland, Tennessee Divorce: Williams v. Williams This episode is also available as a blog post: https://herstontennesseefamilylaw.com/2022/04/25/restrictions-on-alcohol-consumption-expanded-in-cleveland-tennessee-divorce-williams-v-williams/
Classification of Separate Property Scrutinized in Memphis, Tennessee Divorce: Myers v. Boone This episode is also available as a blog post: https://herstontennesseefamilylaw.com/2022/06/15/classification-of-separate-property-scrutinized-in-memphis-tennessee-divorce-myers-v-boone/
Validity of Order of Protection Challenged in Knoxville, Tennessee: Frontz v. Hall This episode is also available as a blog post: https://herstontennesseefamilylaw.com/2022/06/20/validity-of-order-of-protection-challenged-in-knoxville-tennessee-frontz-v-hall/
The Next Normal: States Will Recognize Multiparent Families This episode is also available as a blog post: https://herstontennesseefamilylaw.com/2022/06/22/the-next-normal-states-will-recognize-multiparent-families/
Juvenile Court’s Subject-Matter Jurisdiction Questioned in Murfreesboro, Tennessee: In re Jose A. This episode is also available as a blog post: https://herstontennesseefamilylaw.com/2022/06/27/juvenile-courts-subject-matter-jurisdiction-questioned-in-murfreesboro-tennessee-in-re-jose-a/
Tennessee Family-Law Legislative Update 2022 This episode is also available as a blog post: https://herstontennesseefamilylaw.com/2022/06/29/tennessee-family-law-legislative-update-2022/
U.S. Supreme Court Rules on International Child-Custody Disputes This episode is also available as a blog post: https://herstontennesseefamilylaw.com/2022/07/06/u-s-supreme-court-rules-on-international-child-custody-disputes/
Classification and Value of Stockbroker’s Book of Business Disputed in Cleveland, Tennessee Divorce: Hollis v. Hollis This episode is also available as a blog post: https://herstontennesseefamilylaw.com/2022/07/13/classification-and-value-of-stockbrokers-book-of-business-disputed-in-cleveland-tennessee-divorce-hollis-v-hollis/
Procedure for Appealing Juvenile Court Ruling Examined in Franklin, Tennessee: Stine v. Jakes This episode is also available as a blog post: https://herstontennesseefamilylaw.com/2022/07/11/procedure-for-appealing-juvenile-court-ruling-examined-in-franklin-tennessee-stine-v-jakes/
Amount of Dissipation Reversed in Rogersville, Tennessee Divorce: Robinson v. Robinson This episode is also available as a blog post: https://herstontennesseefamilylaw.com/2022/07/18/amount-of-dissipation-reversed-in-rogersville-tennessee-divorce-robinson-v-robinson/
Calculation of Postjudgment Interest Questioned in Knoxville, Tennessee: Coffey v. Coffey This episode is also available as a blog post: https://herstontennesseefamilylaw.com/2022/04/27/calculation-of-postjudgment-interest-questioned-in-knoxville-tennessee-coffey-v-coffey/
The Pros and Cons of Prenups This episode is also available as a blog post: https://herstontennesseefamilylaw.com/2022/05/02/the-pros-and-cons-of-prenups/
Change in Military Retirement Benefits Examined in Clarksville, Tennessee: Harper v. Harper This episode is also available as a blog post: https://herstontennesseefamilylaw.com/2022/05/04/change-in-military-retirement-benefits-examined-in-clarksville-tennessee-harper-v-harper/
Prenuptial Agreement Challenged in Chattanooga, Tennessee Divorce: Law v. Law This episode is also available as a blog post: https://herstontennesseefamilylaw.com/2022/05/09/prenuptial-agreement-challenged-in-chattanooga-tennessee-divorce-law-v-law/
Joint Decision-Making Questioned in Franklin, Tennessee Divorce: Smallbone v. Smallbone This episode is also available as a blog post: https://herstontennesseefamilylaw.com/2022/05/11/joint-decision-making-questioned-in-franklin-tennessee-divorce-smallbone-v-smallbone/
Attorney’s Fees Appealed in Franklin, Tennessee Postdivorce Parenting and Child-Support Dispute: Standley v. Standley This episode is also available as a blog post: https://herstontennesseefamilylaw.com/2022/05/16/attorneys-fees-appealed-in-franklin-tennessee-postdivorce-parenting-and-child-support-dispute-standley-v-standley/
Has Ownership of Your Home Changed After a Divorce? Make Sure To Take Your Ex’s Name off the Insurance Policy This episode is also available as a blog post: https://herstontennesseefamilylaw.com/2022/07/20/has-ownership-of-your-home-changed-after-a-divorce-make-sure-to-take-your-exs-name-off-the-insurance-policy/
Social Media Affects Best-Interest Analysis in Columbia, Tennessee Parenting Dispute: King v. Jones This episode is also available as a blog post: https://herstontennesseefamilylaw.com/2022/07/25/social-media-affects-best-interest-analysis-in-columbia-tennessee-parenting-dispute-king-v-jones/
Termination of Alimony in futuro Reversed in Cleveland, Tennessee: Akers v. Powers This episode is also available as a blog post: https://herstontennesseefamilylaw.com/2022/07/27/termination-of-alimony-in-futuro-reversed-in-cleveland-tennessee-akers-v-powers/
Grandparent Visitation Challenged in Franklin, Tennessee: Rose v. Malone This episode is also available as a blog post: https://herstontennesseefamilylaw.com/2022/08/01/grandparent-visitation-challenged-in-franklin-tennessee-rose-v-malone/
New “Abusive Civil Action” Statutes Applied in Nashville, Tennessee Postdivorce Dispute: Wilson v. Wilson This episode is also available as a blog post: https://herstontennesseefamilylaw.com/2022/08/03/new-abusive-civil-action-statutes-applied-in-nashville-tennessee-postdivorce-dispute-wilson-v-wilson/
Parents of Daughters Are More Likely to Divorce than Those with Sons This episode is also available as a blog post: https://herstontennesseefamilylaw.com/2022/04/13/parents-of-daughters-are-more-likely-to-divorce-than-those-with-sons/
The Return To In Person Family Court Hearings - Zoom Divorce Agenda:
1. The “Zoom” Divorce Hearing
2. Presumption guidelines and their implications
a. Types of virtual hearings
b. What hearings are in-person and which ones are not
3. Judicial Regions and Different Approaches
4. The Importance of In-Person Hearings
5. Pros & Cons of Virtual Hearings
a. Impediments to Virtual Hearings
b. Hybrid Options
6. Plan for Bumps in the Road
7. Zoom Divorce Tips & Tricks
8. CaseLines & Divorce Act Changes
9. The Court’s Return to ‘Normal’
10. Closing Comments
Episode #47: "I've Been Served!" - How a Petition for Divorce Gets Started You’ve been served divorce papers, now what? In this week’s episode, Brian and Jake discuss what it means to be served and what  initially happens when a petition for divorce has been filed.
Episode #48: Modifying a Court Order in Texas In this week's episode, Brian and Jake discuss options after a court order is finalized and how Texas Courts decide when a modification can be made, especially when it comes to child custody and support.
Non-Profit Heroes - United Cerebral Palsy-Center for Disability Services with Mike Hennessy - Sterk Family Law Group For over 65 years, United Cerebral Palsy-Center for Disability Services in Joliet, IL has provided support and direct services to individuals and families impacted by the challenges of developmental disabilities, in addition to providing community awareness and advocating for issues pertaining to those with developmental disabilities. UCP-CDS offers individuals and their families access to a comprehensive educational and therapeutic day school, day services activities to enhance daily living skills as well as independent living skills, family support & home-based services, as well as in-home respite services.
Thank you Executive Director Mike Hennessy, for taking the time to share the mission, vision, services, and passion of the employees and volunteers of United Cerebral Palsy-Center for Disability Services who is being honored as Sterk Family Law Group, P.C.'s July 2022 Non-Profit Hero!
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To learn more about United Cerebral Palsy-Center for Disability Services, visit: https://ucp-cds.org/ or call: (815) 744-3500
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.
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Let's Talk What Questions You Should Ask Your Family Law Attorney Meeting with your family law attorney for the first time can be daunting. How will this meeting go and what should you expect? Family law attorney Carolyn Mirabile talks about what questions you should ask your family law attorney during the first meeting and how to best prepare. Carolyn looks at frequently asked questions such as:

Who will be working on your case?
How much does the divorce cost?
What experience does the attorney have in your specific jurisdiction?
What types of experts might be required for the case and how much will that cost?

Learn more about what questions you should bring to your first family law appointment by listening to this podcast on your favorite app. Click the icon below to listen now and share this episode with others who may be interested.
Divorce Diary: A Real Life Experience of Divorce FLiP 18 In this episode of the FLIP podcast, Marcia Drummond, Associate and Chartered Legal Executive Lawyer, leads a discussion with a former client about her personal experience of going through the family courts in an effort to maintain her spousal maintenance.  She speaks frankly about the importance of strong legal advice and support, the financial and emotional impact of litigation and she offers advice to others who may find themselves in a similar situation. Marcia Drummond is an Associate and Chartered Legal Executive (FCILEx) Lawyer. She handles all aspects of private family law and has a broad range of experience across financial, divorce/dissolution and parenting matters. For further information: Marcia Drummond: https://www.flip.co.uk/profiles/marcia-drummond/  FLiP’s Website: https://www.flip.co.uk/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/family-law-in-partnership/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/familylawinpartnership Twitter: https://twitter.com/FLiPLtd
Travelling with Kids After Separation One of, if not the most, frequent calls that family lawyers get from a panicked parent comes when a vacation is days away and the other parent won’t sign the required consents or travel documents. That can mean that some pretty exciting trips to Disney World, or the Caribbean, or elsewhere are in jeopardy for the kids and travel insurance probably won’t cover the trip. Sometimes the other parent has legitimate concerns. But, more often that parent is bitter or jealous of the trip, or worried that it will give the travelling parent and “advantage” with the children. That often means that at least one of the parents is not making decisions based on what is best for the children, and, as a result, the children are losing out. That, “the children’s needs are secondary” approach in conflicts between parents is how children get harmed after separation or in divorce.
To avoid these difficult situations, in this episode of the Ontario Family Law Podcast, Certified Specialist in Family Law, John Schuman, explains the law around kids travelling after separation, how to avoid problems around travel, what consents, permissions or court orders are required, what to do when planning a trip for children after separation and, what steps a parent has to take when the other parent is being unreasonable about a proposed trip. A video version is available on YouTube.
If you found this episode helpful, check out these other episodes on similar topics:
60 - Should You Take Your Ex to Family Court?
59 - Why You Won’t Get Custody of the Kids
36 - Is Family Court Biased?
32 - How to Change a Support Order or Agreement
15 - Ontario Family Court, Step by Step - Part 2: From First Appearance to the Last Appearance Before Trial
14 - Ontario Family Court, Step by Step - Part 2: Starting and Responding to Family Court Proceedings
The Ontario Family Law Podcast is a companion to the book, Guide to the Basics of Ontario Family Law, which is available as a $9.99 Kindle eBook, Kobo eBook, or iBook for your iPad or iPhone and as a paperback from Amazon and better bookstores.

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Divorce & Business Valuations Russell Alexander hosts business valuation experts, Melanie Russell and Jason Kwiatkowski, to offer their expertise with tips and best practices as it applies to divorce & family law. In this episode, the panelists will cover the following topics:

• What is a business valuation?
• When would a valuation be required?
• Types of valuations and reports
• Costs
• Benefits
• Risks / Pitfalls
• How can two experts come up with different values?
• What assumptions are most likely to be attacked / different interpretations?
• Why does the court like 'hot-tubbing' so much?
• Top tips for business owners, spouses, and lawyers
Episode #46: Navigating Alcoholism and Divorce | Mental Health and Addiction in Family Law Litigation This is our final episode in our Mental Health and Addiction Series. This week, Brian and Jake talk about how Alcoholism can affect divorce proceedings. If there's a topic you would like to see us cover on the podcast, email us at podcast@waltersgilbreath.com.
Common Law Separations - Advanced Topics Russell Alexander, and our associate family lawyers, Bill Rogers and Adam Borer cover The Definition of Spouse, Spousal Support Revisited, Property Claims, Resulting Trust, Joint Family Venture, Constructive, Trust, The Home: DOS or Market Value, Pensions, Legislative Reform & Other Considerations, Tort & Damages.
Common Law Separations: Rights and Obligations 1. The Arrival of the toothbrush
2. Definition of Spouse
3. The Main Similarities to Marriage
4. How Common Law Couples are Different than Married Couples
5. Child Support
6. Spousal Support
7. Property
8. Joint Family Venture
9. Parenting Rights & Responsibilities
10. When Common Law Couples Separate
11. Limitation Periods for Common Law Partners
Press Conference Calling for Courts to Continue Remote Hearings Over 1,000 Ontario Family Lawyers signed a petition for remote court hearings to increase access to justice. The Ad Hoc steering committee created the petition and hosted a virtual press conference to educate the public, and the decision-makers of the Ontario court system.

The panel includes Russell Alexander and Nafisa Nazarali of Russell Alexander Collaborative Family Lawyers, Brian Galbraith of Galbraith Family Law, Ram Shankar of Shankar Law Office, and Gene C. Colman of Gene C. Colman Family Law Centre. This podcast episode is a recording of the virtual press conference hosted on May 10, 2022.
Marcia Drummond and Client Podcast FLiP 18 In this episode of the FLIP podcast, Marcia Drummond, Associate and Chartered Legal Executive Lawyer, leads a discussion with a former client about her personal experience of going through the family courts in an effort to maintain her spousal maintenance.  She speaks frankly about the importance of strong legal advice and support, the financial and emotional impact of litigation and she offers advice to others who may find themselves in a similar situation. Marcia Drummond is an Associate and Chartered Legal Executive (FCILEx) Lawyer. She handles all aspects of private family law and has a broad range of experience across financial, divorce/dissolution and parenting matters. For further information: Marcia Drummond: https://www.flip.co.uk/profiles/marcia-drummond/  FLiP’s Website: https://www.flip.co.uk/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/family-law-in-partnership/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/familylawinpartnership Twitter: https://twitter.com/FLiPLtd
Project Fire Buddies - Non-Profit Heroes - Sterk Family Law Group In December 2016, the seed for Project Fire Buddies was planted when firefighters and paramedics, from the Oak Forest, IL Fire Department, helped one child who was struggling with complications from cancer. The experience touched their hearts and they wanted to do more to help and Project Fire Buddies was born.
Through the efforts of volunteer firefighters and first responders, Project Fire Buddies brings joy to kids struggling with serious illnesses. Every critical illness a child is battling is a fight Project Fire Buddies gives their all to and they strive to ensure that each child they reach will stand with the support of our firefighters and our community.
We had the pleasure to speak with Project Fire Buddies Board Member Ryan Ballard, to learn about the wonderful acts of kindness that their volunteer organization provides to bring joy to children who have serious illnesses. Sterk Family Law Group, P.C. is honored to feature Project Fire Buddies as their June 2022 Non-Profit Hero for the extraordinary efforts that they provide for children and their families.
For more information about Project Fire Buddies visit projectfirebuddies.org or visit their Facebook page.
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.
************** This is a legal advertisement from Sterk Family Law Group, P.C. It does not constitute legal or medical advice and should not be construed as such. This podcast is for informational and educational purposes only.
#36 - Mediation and the importance of compromise SUMMARY:
Susan Chesnutt interviews a long time colleague Dawn Kirk who has been practicing family law for 30 years and mediation for 15 years. As a mediator Dawn’s primary focus is on the children, understanding the family dynamic to find an outcome in the child’s best interest.
HIGHLIGHTS:
[00:02:00] Dawn explains what it takes to become a mediator and the certification process. You do not need to be an attorney to earn your certification
[00:03:15] Susan and Dawn discuss the benefits of having legal experience and the importance of life experience to provide quality mediation
[00:05:00] How does writing a script pertain to mediation?
[00:06:00] Dawn and Susan explain the process of finding a mediator and what those steps look like.
[00:07:15] How long does mediation take? And guess what, it's not an event, it's a product.
[00:09:15] When in the mediation process, Susan and Dawn talk about the benefits of having the two parties separate versus together. Emotions and faces can be triggers for parties involved so what is the best strategy.
[00:11:15] Susan asks Dawn about mediation prep and the importance of the client coming with a wishlist of their priorities. The moral of the story is to come prepared.
[00:15:15] What are some of the barriers when it comes to mediation? What is appropriate and what is not appropriate.
[00:18:00] Dawn talks about the importance of coming to the table being open to the different possibilities available to both parties. She is a big advocate of encouraging the clients to think about other ideas.
[00:20:15] What does a restaurant menu have to do with mediation? Dawn uses the food analogy a lot today to help us understand the process. Get ready to hear her discuss what a temporary agreement can look like
[00:24:00] Dawn discusses getting to a partial agreement between the two parties.
[00:25:15] Susan asks Dawn to discuss the cost of mediation vs the cost of litigating. They discuss the ins and outs to help make an informed decision.
[00:29:00] Dawn and Susan cover what are the trends she is encountering right now. Times change and so does the approach to splitting assets, especially in this current market.
[00:31:00] He said, she said conversations about divorce terms, do they mean anything?
[00:34:15] Before they wrap up, Susan asks Dawn to talk about figuring out alimony and child support, they are 2 very separate things in a divorce agreement.
[00:40:30] Parenting plans. So much information to digest before they finish the podcast. This topic has a lot of details to unpack to create a parenting plan. This section will keep you on the edge of your seat for the next 10 minutes.
[00:52:45] Family traditions and coming to terms with honoring each parent’s perspective on special days and holidays.
QUOTES:
Susan Chesnutt: “It's an opportunity to have a neutral person come in and help you discuss the issues and figure out ways to solve them.”
Dawn Kirk: “And I, I don't think that people realize that your friends, your relatives, your lawn guy, I mean, everybody's affected one way or the other by this.”
Dawn Kirk: “So my role really is to help them write their own script.”
Dawn Kirk: “Forget about money for a minute, what's best for the child.”
RESOURCES:
Susan Chesnutt
https://www.thechesnuttlawfirm.com
https://www.thechesnuttlawfirm.com/child-custody
Dawn Kirk
http://www.dawnkirklaw.com/services.html
https://www.linkedin.com/in/dawn-kirk-5a6b056a/
Let's Talk End of the School Year Child Support and Custody Order As a child is set to graduate high school, when does the child support stop? Does a child turning 18 effect a custody order? Family law partner Lawrence J. "Skip" Persick discusses how to handle your child support and custody order following the child's 18th birthday and graduation from high school. In this podcast episode, Skip explains the termination of a child support order and how parents should handle the situation. If you have more than one child, parents should seek an adjustment to their support order as the cost for one child is often more than half the cost of two children.
Learn more about what you need to know if your child is graduating or turning 18 in this podcast on your favorite app.
Let's Talk What to Bring to Your First Family Law Appointment When you are going to meet with your family law attorney, what should you bring? Family law partner, Carolyn Mirabile discusses which documents can help your attorney gain a better picture of the marital estate for the divorce in this Let's Talk Family Law podcast episode. These documents include tax returns, liabilities and bank account statements. Learn more about what you should bring to your first family law appointment by listening to this podcast on your favorite app.
Episode #45: Histrionic Personality Disorder | Mental Health and Addiction in Family Law Litigation We are continuing our Mental Health and Addiction Series with this episode on Histrionic Personality Disorder. Tune in to this week's episode to learn how dealing with someone with Histrionic Personality Disorder can affect divorce proceedings.
Infant Children and Divorce FLiP 19 In this episode of the FLiP podcast, FLiP director Elizabeth Fletcher and our in-house counsellor Jo Harrison discuss the special considerations that parents might want to bear in mind if they are separating or divorcing and they have infant children. Elizabeth provides an insight into the legal considerations whilst Jo looks at the emotional and psychological impact. Elizabeth and Jo look at the anxieties that many parents feel as they transition from becoming new parents to becoming separated parents. They discuss how it is possible to successfully co-parent together as unified, but separated parents, acknowledging the long journey ahead for the parents of infants. Elizabeth Fletcher advises clients on how to manage the arrangements for their children and finances following the breakdown of their marriage, relationship, or civil partnership. She has particular experience in private law children arrangements including those with an international element as well as a breadth of experience in financial remedy proceedings following divorce. Elizabeth also practices as a mediator.  Jo Harrison is our in-house therapist. She is very experienced in working with individuals and couples who are separating.
How to Give to Your Kids But Not Their Spouses With the prices of everything going up, especially the costs of first time homes, but also care, furniture and even diapers, may parents of adult children may find it necessary to help out their kids as they “get started” and are having trouble making ends meet, making financial plans for the future, or getting that first home to get into the real estate market. While many older parents want to help out their kids financially, for a variety of reasons, they may not want to help out the spouses of their kids.
To help out parents, who want to help their adult kids, in this episode of the Ontario Family Law Podcast, Certified Specialist in Family Law, John Schuman, explores some ways that parents can help out their adult children without also giving it to their children’s spouses or partners. All parents who want to make gifts to their children should check out this episode BEFORE making their gift to make sure that gift goes where they expect.
A video version of this podcast is available on YouTube.
If you found this episode helpful, check out these other episodes on similar topics:
71 - How the Crazy Real Estate Market affects Divorce and Separation
68 - Will Your Ex Get Everything If You Die?
63 - What Can You Do With a Marriage Contract?
56 - Will My Ext Get My House If I Divorce?
44 - Can You Be Better Off Financially If You Divorce?
40 - How to Keep Your Money in Separation/Divorce
29 - Common Law Separation and Property Division
9 - How is Property Divided After a Divorce in Ontario?
The Ontario Family Law Podcast is a companion to the book, Guide to the Basics of Ontario Family Law, which is available as a $9.99 Kindle eBook, Kobo eBook, or iBook for your iPad or iPhone and as a paperback from Amazon and better bookstores.

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Pre-Nups & Depp v Heard Trial Wrap-Up Listen in as Tenny and Shayda dissect the importance of pre-nups and the Johnny Depp v Amber Heard trial. In this episode you'll learn why a prenuptial agreement is important even if you're not the top earner or don't have many assets (right now). We're also diving into the mechanics of the recent court case heard round the world (pun intended). We'll even fill you in on a few other celebrity pre-nup agreements - including the infamously rumored "sobriety agreement" one celeb couple included in their pre-nup. Tune in to get the scoop!
Social Media & Celebrity Divorce Culture Kim and Kanye, Kelly Clarkson, and Robert De Niro all have one really interesting thing in common: multimillion dollar divorces cases. In this episode, Tenny and Shayda tackle celebrity divorce cases and California law. Social media is so pervasive in today’s world that its growing impact on our day to day lives is becoming hard to ignore. The legal field is no exception. This week, we'll go through some of the most common ways social media can be utilized in divorce litigation and provide some valuable insight on how to use social media responsibly while your case is pending. You're going to want to listen to this one, especially if you're Kanye West.
#34 - Let’s talk about divorce. A real conversation on how to talk to your children about your divorce. Summary: Susan Chesnutt has a heartwarming conversation with Jackie Pilossoph on talking with your children about your divorce. What to say and who to say it to, will help guide you through the tough process. Jackie is an author, former journalist and the creator of Divorce Girls Smiling, a resource for men and women going through the divorce process.
HIGHLIGHTS:
02:49 Susan and Jackie dive into what kids are really afraid of when their parents are getting divorced. They talk about the importance of keeping the divorce attorney from becoming the therapist.
05:06 Change. Children and adults have a hard time with change. For example, if the former spouse gets a girlfriend, things can get dicey.
07:00 How do you shield your kids from all of the hard stuff. Tune in for great tips on those situations.
10:56 What are the kids scared about? What stresses them out going back and forth? Jackie will dive into everyday situations that parents and their children will experience.
13:13 I want to listen to you for as long as you need. Jackie talks about the importance of therapy for your children while going through divorce.
16:13 Susan and Jackie discuss how praying and having faith can help your kids and yourself through this difficult time. Jackie touches on her spiritual faith, not religion to guide one along.
18:20 Self esteem and the importance of “pumping up” your kids while going through the divorce process.
19:30 Getting angry? Whoa, yes. Parent’s and their children will get angry before, during and after the divorce. Jackie talks about some useful tools and the importance of expressing their anger.
22:00 Listen in on how to manage receiving legal advice in real time while your sweet kids are within ear shot. Envision being on the phone and receiving disturbing information about sole custody.
25:29 Susan and Jackie talk about the importance of always putting your kids first, especially when dating. Listen to her reaction after reading an article from a guy dating divorced women with children.
28:40 Reassuring your children they were the best decision you ever made is very important. Jackie and Susan talk about how speaking negatively about the other parent affects your children.
31:30 Susan asks Jackie about how her website Divorced Woman Smiling came about and how isolating divorce was for her. This was before social media and texting were a big way of communication. This site is for men too! The session wraps up discussing the many resources Jackie has now, at your fingertips!
QUOTES:
Jackie Pilossoph: “Number one was there's going to be lots of changes, but here is what is, isn't going to change my love for you. Dad's love for you. Both of those things are constant and are everlasting.”
Jackie Pilossoph: “ I want to listen to you for as long as you need. That's another thing you can say to your child.”
Susan Chesnutt: “And I don't know when we started asking our kids for permission on our adult decisions, that's not what we're supposed to do, where the adult.”
Jackie Pilossoph: “if two people don't respect that the kids come first, then it's never going to work.”
Susan Chesnutt: “when you say something negative about the other parent, you're telling your child something negative about themselves because they are half of that person.”
RESOURCES
Susan Chesnutt:
https://www.thechesnuttlawfirm.com
Jackie Pilossoph
https://www.linkedin.com/in/jackie-pilossoph-0851814/
https://www.divorcedgirlsmiling.com
#35 Grandparent’s Rights & Child Custody, An Alternative Perspective SUMMARY: Susan Chesnutt and her special guest Martin Kofsky talk about his recent article that focuses on the rights of grandparents. Martin has been litigating and working in family law for 30 years. Sit back and settle in for some good information and food for thought.
HIGHLIGHTS:
[00:01:45] The discussion begins with Martin describing his experience with offending and non offending parents and what that means for the rights of the child.
[00:03:00] Martin gives an example of a case where the maternal grandparent’s rights of the child were being threatened. The child was cared for by them for 5 years and then the other grandparents attempt to assert control.
[00:05:15] What happens when a set of grandparents has never tried to have a relationship with the child? What does the law say or not say in these circumstances?
[00:06:15] Susan asks very important questions about the child’s constitutional rights because of the death of a parent and in the care of a grandparent.
[00:08:00] Martin and Susan deep dive on a Florida statute as it relates to when a reunification happens and its narrow minded pitfalls.
[00:17:30] Martin explains the deployment statute and all that it entails to soldiers and sailors who are parents; the phrase “equal protection” comes into play. Tune in for the intriguing perspective.
[00:24:30] Relocation situations are typically never in the child’s best interest. What is the best solution when a former spouse is married to someone in the military and relocation on one side is necessary. You will want to hear more about this topic.
[00:26:45] Martin goes through a tough case that will give you context on what the court needs to show when a parent relocates and the other parent wants the children to stay where they are as the primary residence.
[00:32:45] Susan asks Martin a hypothetical, if he could write a grandparents right statute, what would it entail?
QUOTES:
Martin Kofsky: as it pertains to grandparents rights in Florida “The rights are limited when there is a parent who's deceased. There can be some room for a grandparent to have a relationship with the child, but still this, the rights of the surviving parent remain paramount.”
Martin Kofsky: “It's easy to identify bruises. It's easy to identify cigarette burns. It's easy to identify strap marks from a belt. It's much harder to identify and quantify the emotional scars that might've been caused by, years of emotional or psychological abuse”
Susan Chesnutt: in regard to dependency statute in Florida: “When you said that the statutes were hypocritical, is that the dependency statute on the grandparents rights goes so far to say that the grandparents should be able to show affection and give gifts and letters from the grandparents or other family.”
Susan Chesnutt: “I've read a statistic today that 7% of the children in the United States live with a grandparent or grandparents…To me, that's a big number of kids who are not with their parents, for whatever reason.”
Susan Chesnutt: “This has been fantastic. I will say hands down, totally honest, the best conversation I've had about grandparents' rights since I've been a lawyer.”
RESOURCES:
Susan Chesnutt
https://www.thechesnuttlawfirm.com
https://www.thechesnuttlawfirm.com/child-custody/
Martin Kofsky
https://www.linkedin.com/in/martin-kofsky-55679412/
https://familylawfla.org/wp-content/uploads/2022/04/Fam-2022-Spring-Issue-3_WEB-FINAL.pdf
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