A podcast about family law in the state of Virginia.
Getting your Finances together for the end of the Year
Getting your Finances together for the end of the Year with Jamie Blum. Jamie is a divorce financial consultant and litigation support manager with Councilor, Buchanan and Mitchell, a CPA firm (CBM)
Episode 12: My Child has two homes - How to make the holiday‘s work the best for them and their parents
Episode 11 - Self Care / Self Improvement
With guest Alexandra Herrera (Licensed Professional Counselor, MA-ATR, L.P.C.)
Episode 10 - Military Divorce: Things to Consider
Leah Jones values her long-term relationships with clients. “I listen and understand my clients’ needs through every phase of life and am passionate about making sure we achieve their goals together,” says Leah. With almost two decades of asset and private wealth management experience, Leah recognizes that today’s world is fluid and she is always ready to help her clients adapt.
She is passionate about helping both her clients and their children to achieve their life goals. She believes financial literacy education can and should start at a young age.
Leah joined Hightower as Director of Financial Planning in 2015. Leah’s prior experience and knowledge in the financial industry was acquired while working at several different firms.
Leah specializes in developing and implementing complex financial planning strategies, managing investments including alternative investments and has a specialty in advising clients who need assistance with divorce financial planning.
Episode 9 - Accepting Your Child
Cyndi Turner has worked for almost three decades in both the public and private sectors, with a professional background that includes serving in clinical as well as supervisory roles. She is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW), Licensed Substance Abuse Treatment Practitioner (LSATP) and Master Addition Counselor (MAC). As co-founder and Clinical Director of Insight Into Action Therapy, she provides a wide variety of services to include mental health and substance use disorders therapy, clinical supervision, community education, and court-involved assessment and treatment. She is also the co-founder and Chief Executive Officer of Insight Recovery Centers, a Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Services licensed intensive outpatient program and outpatient program (ASAM Level 1.0 and 2.1 level of care) for those struggling with substance use disorders. With Craig James, she co-developed the Dual Diagnosis Recovery Program© used in both companies.
Episode 8 - The Emotions of a Family Divided
Working with individuals and couples going through life changes, including medical issues, is Phyllis Palombi's specialty. She has dedicated her career helping people make their relationships, marriage, healthier and happier learning about themselves and communicating needs and goals more effectively. Couples also come to her when they have already made a decision to separate and want to do it in healthy ways. She is part of the Collaborative Divorce Community in Northern Virginia where she team's up with attorneys and financial experts to help people find a more amicable way to divorce with more mental health support for the whole family.