If you, a friend or family member is facing a divorce or similar family law matter, then this show is for you. Here is where we share our experience and knowledge to help others navigate a challenging phase of life. This show is a re-broadcast of a Radio Show sponsored by Meriwether and Tharp, a law firm with over 40 lawyers focusing on divorce and family law matters.
Debunking 21 Divorce Myths
After taking countless questions over the years, Leh and Todd identified several misconceptions, or myths, the people often have about divorce. So, they decided to tackle 21 divorce myths that they often hear from people considering a divorce.
Why are the Gates and more older people divorcing?
With Leh and Todd today are Carol Hughes and Bruce Fredenburg for a repeat appearance are the authors of the book: Home Will Never Be the Same: A Guide for Adult Children of Gray Divorce. Carol and Hughes discuss the Gates divorce, what may have lead up to it, and what kind of advice would they give to their adult children if they came to them for counseling.
The 4 Truths That Exist in Every Courtroom
In this show, Leh and Todd talk about the Four Truths that exist in every courtroom in a divorce or family law case. And, they break down the 6 things you can do to make sure that your truth is the one that is the one that the Court accepts.
Answering More of Your Family Law Questions
Leh and Todd answer more of your family law questions, including What do I do to get this situation handled and get this woman away from me? Can I get my domestic violence charges dropped since it's been seven years ago and I've never been convicted of any of them? Can copies of medical records left behind by ex fiancé be used in a domestic violence protective order proceeding? A judge told me that I was going around the system and holding it for another judge in a different county, what do I do?
Answering Your Family Violence Questions
In this show, Leh and Todd dedicate a whole show to family violence questions like:
If I filed a TPO but haven't heard from courts yet, do I have to respond to the abuser?
Can I get a TPO if I do not know my husband's current address?
Why would a divorce judge ignore a TPO?
If I reside in Georgia and the other parent resides in California, can I get a TPO in Georgia on him?
What can I do if my wife had TPO put on me and she has shown up at different family homes i was staying?
Answering Child Custody Questions
In this show, Leh and Todd take on more child custody questions including: Can I leave GA with my 2 kids to get away from my emotionally and mentally abusive husband? What is the most likely response from a superior court judge when a temp order has been broken during a divorce? How likely can a divorce by publication that gave me sole custody be reversed? Can a custodial parent move kids to another state after the divorce in Georgia? How can I get custody of my niece if she's in an unfit home?
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Wow. Thank you from someone trying to navigate a messy divorce. Just thank you.
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I’ve listened to innumerable hours of podcasts, but this is the first time I’ve ever written a review. As someone in the midst of a very messy divorce, the Divorce Team Radio podcast is one of my most valuable and utilized resources. I’ve spent more time with these guys than I have my own (very good, but very expensive) attorney, which has saved me money, time, and angst.
They do a great job explaining the whys and hows of family law litigation, often giving real-life examples which helps make things both more understandable and relatable.
There are a lot of good family law podcasts out there, but in my opinion this one is by far the best because it is both comprehensive and detailed, and applicable to every step in the litigation process. Oh and did I mention they have transcripts of each show available too?
Seriously, just subscribe. You won’t regret it!
Useful info, fun to listen to these two!
These guys are experienced and knowledgeable about divorce and custody law. Not to mention it's actually an enjoyable listen! Which is rare for attorneys, (no offense) but these guys have fun with it, while making difficult-to-understand topics easy to grasp.
I'm super grateful to have found this podcast during my emotionally draining custody battle.
PS you guys should list your website in the description of each episode so we can visit directly from the podcast! And maybe even the guests that come on, if you find that to be appropriate.
Anyway, thank you so much for sharing your knowledge and experience with people like me who have zero idea of how to navigate this vast legal universe!!
Thanks again, I sincerely appreciate you both for sharing your time and educating me about law. -allee