Divorce Hub brings you interviews and information about family law, parenting, families and how you can thrive beyond divorce
Saddling up the Divorce Horse
Author and speaker, Lucy Bloom talks with specialist family lawyer Jennifer Hetherington about the real questions people want answered, when they are separating. Jennifer and Lucy share personal and professional experiences and lots of practical information for anyone going through divorce or as Lucy puts it "Everything you need to know to saddle up the divorce horse".
Hope during difficult times
Hope is not a word you commonly hear when divorce is being discussed.
In this episode, Bob Merlin talks with Jennifer Hetherington about how important hope is during challenging times, how lawyers can be peacemakers and practical tools to get through difficult moments.
In this episode, Chrissy Leontios, Specialist Domestic Violence and Family Lawyer, talks with Jennifer Hetherington about the increased risk factors during COVID19, options available for victims to find help or escape an abusive relationship. They also talk about how family, friends and neighbours can help.
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Online Divorce Options
Isolation and Stay at Home orders don't mean you can't work out your family law issues.
Mediator and Collaborative Divorce Coach Shelby Timmins talks with Jennifer Hetherington about how online options are making it possible for partners to divorce (even whilst in isolation in the same house) and reach agreement about their children.
They also discuss creative ways parents might adapt parenting arrangements during what may be a prolonged period of isolation and physical distancing.
Coping with COVID-19 Coronavirus
Social Worker Leanne Bamford joins specialist family lawyer and mediator, Jennifer Hetherington to discuss ways parents and children can cope during the isolation brought by the COVID-19 Coronavirus pandemic.
Leanne and Jennifer offer practical solutions, applicable to anyone feeling overwhelmed or lonely, especially anyone separate from their children during this time.