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The purpose of “A Year and a Day” is to provide information and tips for getting through a separation and divorce without destroying family relationships or the family finances. In the first episode, host Jaime Davis discusses issues related to co-parenting with Dr. Lori Thomas, a licensed psychologist with Wynns Family Psychology. Future episodes will include conversations with marriage therapists, financial planners, and private investigators, as well as discussions of topics such as mediation, parenting coordinators, alienation of affection and other hot topics in family law.

A Year and a Day: Divorce Without Destruction Jaime Davis

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The purpose of “A Year and a Day” is to provide information and tips for getting through a separation and divorce without destroying family relationships or the family finances. In the first episode, host Jaime Davis discusses issues related to co-parenting with Dr. Lori Thomas, a licensed psychologist with Wynns Family Psychology. Future episodes will include conversations with marriage therapists, financial planners, and private investigators, as well as discussions of topics such as mediation, parenting coordinators, alienation of affection and other hot topics in family law.

    Season 3 Episode 3: Navigating Child Custody and COVID-19

    Season 3 Episode 3: Navigating Child Custody and COVID-19

    Being separated or divorced and dealing with child custody is hard enough on a good day. Divorced parents often wish to avoid interacting with one another if possible, but the coronavirus pandemic is presenting new challenges and is requiring more communication. In this episode, host Jaime Davis and her law partner Carrie Tortora discuss tips for navigating child custody and child support during the COVID-19 outbreak.

    • 30 min
    Season 3 Episode 2: Introducing A Year and a Day the Book

    Season 3 Episode 2: Introducing A Year and a Day the Book

    In this episode, host Jaime Davis and colleague Lynn McNally discuss Jaime's newly released book entitled A Year and a Day which is based largely on this podcast. In 2017, Jaime created the podcast to provide tips and information for getting through separation and divorce without destroying family relationships or the family finances.  The book is geared toward divorce related professionals and individuals contemplating divorce or who may be dealing with child custody issues.  

    • 27 min
    Season 3 Episode 1: Can I Represent Myself in my Divorce Case?

    Season 3 Episode 1: Can I Represent Myself in my Divorce Case?

    People going through a separation often want to know whether they can represent themselves in connection with their divorce case. While the short answer to this question is yes, in this episode host Jaime Davis and fellow family law attorney Lynn McNally delve deeper into the issue and discuss times when it may be ok for you to represent yourself and other times when you should consider hiring a lawyer to help you.

    • 32 min
    Season 2 Episode 6: The Divorce Process

    Season 2 Episode 6: The Divorce Process

    Various claims arise from the dissolution of a marriage. One of those claims is equitable distribution. Postseparation support and alimony are two additional claims that arise.  Child custody and child support may also be at issue.  In Episode 6, host Jaime Davis and her law partner Meredith Cross discuss two ways to resolve these claims and what to do if you have just been served with a lawsuit.  

    • 32 min
    Season 2 Episode 5: Alimony and Cohabitation

    Season 2 Episode 5: Alimony and Cohabitation

    Alimony and cohabitation can be some of the more frustrating issues for family law clients.  There are many misconceptions about who is entitled to alimony, how it is calculated, and what constitutes cohabitation.  In this episode, host Jaime Davis and her colleague Melissa Essick discuss when a spouse might be entitled to receive alimony, whether there is a formula for calculating the amount and duration, and how cohabitation might impact a person's right to continue receiving spousal support.  

    • 31 min
    Season 2 Episode 4: Criminal law issues that can arise following a separation

    Season 2 Episode 4: Criminal law issues that can arise following a separation

    In most cases, when we talk about the issues arising from a couple’s separation, we discuss civil claims such as child custody, child support, alimony and property distribution. But there are some actions a spouse might take following a separation that can lead to criminal liability.  In this episode, host Jaime Davis discusses two of those issues- domestic criminal trespass and revenge porn- with attorney Maria Hawkins of the Miller Law Group.

    • 24 min

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