Free Podcasts and Videos: 10 Days Left to Access The Divorce School’s Spring Semester

There are only 10 days left to access free expert advice for your divorce before The Divorce School closes for the summer.

By Divorce Magazine
Updated: July 14, 2016
The Divorce School offers free podcasts and videos

On June 30, The Divorce School’s three-month-long spring semester will officially come to an end. But it’s not too late to sign up and take advantage of the numerous free podcasts and videos available to visitors 24/7. As a visitor, you will receive tips and advice that will leave you feeling more informed and prepared as you go through the divorce process.

The Divorce School podcasts and videos feature some of North America’s top divorce professionals – including family lawyers, financial professionals, coaches, therapists, parenting coordinators, mediators, and more – as well as Divorce Magazine’s editors, publishers, and even two adult children of divorce who discuss their experience with their parents’ divorce. Sessions cover a variety of divorce-related topics, including legal, financial, emotional, recovery, children’s, co-parenting, remarriage, and stepfamily issues.

Here’s a look at just five of the 27 videos and podcasts that are available on The Divorce School until June 30:

Property Division and Alimony in High-Net-Worth Divorce Cases

From how to secure assets, property, and income to what happens when a business is involved – family law attorney John K. Grubb outlines what business owners and professionals with a high net worth should keep in mind during a divorce. In this podcast, Grubb also looks at how non-monied spouses can ensure they receive the assets and support they are entitled to.

Using a Personal Divorce Coach to Help You Make the Best Choices

In her podcast, Pegotty Cooper – a certified coach and president of Divorce Coaching, Inc. – discusses the benefits of hiring a divorce coach and the role they play in a divorce. She also offers tips on how to choose the right divorce coach, including what credentials to look for.

Legal Issues Pertaining to Children During and After Divorce

Nissa M. Ricafort, a parenting coordinator and a family law group partner, discusses what parents should keep in mind when faced with various legal issues pertaining to their children. From child custody and support to visitation, Ricafort addresses some of the most common concerns parents have during a divorce.

The Benefits of Working with a Parenting Coordinator

Parents who are going through a divorce may find themselves working with a parenting coordinator. In her video, experienced family law attorney Vera Bergermann addresses the main objectives and goals of a parenting coordinator and the benefits of using one during the divorce process.

Property Division and Bankruptcy Issues in Florida

Family law attorney Ginger L. Dugan outlines what couples should be aware of when dividing property and when bankruptcy is involved in a divorce. Podcast listeners will gain a deeper understanding of the difference between marital property and separate property, what happens when a spouse moves out of the marital home, how to stay protected against mortgage debt post-divorce, and more.

Regardless of the issues you are facing before, during, or after your divorce, there is a video or podcast for you. Sign up today!

Don’t forget to stay tuned for the next semester of The Divorce School, which will begin on October 1, 2016 and will include brand-new sessions covering various divorce-related topics.

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By Divorce Magazine| June 20, 2016

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