“Divorce doesn't have to be a war that no one wins. Find out how to avoid the conflict and prepare yourself for a responsible and minimally impactful divorce. In this podcast, we, attorney-mediators Lani Baron and Jeanann Khalife, give you the truth about divorce. Having mediated over 1,000 cases, we have seen just about everything there is to see with divorce and we are here to share it all with you. Thinking about going through a divorce, but have questions that keep you up at night? Know someone who is going through a divorce? Listen here to have divorce demystified!
Leading an Intentional Family Focused Life with Kevion
For many people, family is the backbone of their lives. One of those people is Kevion, a luxury real estate broker and life style coach in the Orange County area. He sat down with us to talk about how his life experiences led him down the path of real estate and life coaching. He uses his experience to guide his clients that are going through a divorce to focus on themselves and ensure that these tough moments do not take over their lives.
Getting Back on Your Feet and into the Real Estate Market After Divorce with Eliisa Stowell
Sometimes it’s hard to see the solutions you are looking for when you are in divorce. Eliisa, Orange County Real Estate Broker and Philanthropist, sat down with us to talk about the unique solution that she and her former spouse found when dividing their real estate properties. For many people, it does make sense to sell the family home and split the profits, but there is not a cookie cutter way to approach divorce.
Growing Gratitude for Adversity with DB
The hardest part about the challenges we face is appreciating the lessons we learn from them. DB prompts us to ask ourselves: Why not? Why not be nicer to people? Why not be nicer to yourself? If it feels better, do it. DB breaks down how to ask yourself the same question when you are looking for things to be thankful for in the face of our greatest obstacles. “Adversity doesn’t change our drive and hustle--it just makes things more challenging.” No matter how deep the hole is, keep climbing.
Understanding Your Personal Finances After Divorce with Jen Fontanilla
Your relationship with money greatly impacts the decisions you make today. When people are going through divorce, they focus on specific assets as being more valuable than others. How do you know which to value more monetarily and make objective decisions? The truth is that you need to get into the nitty-gritty and understand the long-term implications financially. Jen brings to light many considerations that often go overlooked when dividing assets in the divorce.
Navigating Covid-19: Coparenting in a Pandemic with Dr. Lee Solow
Do you and your coparent have a Covid-19 parenting plan? Each person’s situation and family looks different. Consequently, everyone’s quarantine pod looks different. The goal of coparenting is to raise kids in the best environment considering you and your former partner are now separated. We sat down with Dr. Lee Solow PhD to talk about how he’s advising his clients on navigating these changes and how we can look beyond ourselves to manage the going number of cases.
Navigating Covid: Cohabitating with Your Kids with Maloree Beck
With Zoom education in full swing, Maloree Beck, an Orange County primary school teacher, dives into the new landscape of remote learning. The added anxiety of the pandemic and the elimination of the separation between school, work, and home, has provided a difficult learning environment for both parents and children. Maloree advises that practicing patience for children, for teachers, and for yourself, is the best way to cope with the transition to online education.
Full of help and hope!
This podcast is full of positive vibes to help you and your family through difficult transitions. It is a must-listen to anyone facing divorce.
Informative and Educational!
Jeanann and Lani are two of the strongest & hardworking women! They’re always pushing to educate others and it clearly shows through these well-thought out podcasts. Great work always and keep on shining.
Wonderful for so many reasons!
I have had the privilege of meeting these women and hearing their passion about mediation. This podcast is wonderful for so many reasons! I’m grateful it’s here to help with educating about divorce alternatives. It’s not an easy subject to navigate & these women allow their passion & empathy to present a heartfelt touch.
-Karissa (psychotherapist working with children & families)