Board certified family law attorneys Craig Robertson and Matt Easterling run one of the most successful boutique law firms in Mississippi. Listen to this groundbreaking podcast for deep discussions about marriage, parenting, divorce and post-divorce recovery from former clients, mental health professionals and others who work in and around the legal system. You will hear informative, refreshing and inspiring real life stories and practical advice from the hosts and their guests. Whether you are seeking to enrich your marriage or begin the next chapter of your journey through divorce, this creative podcast will arm you with the information you need to live healthy and whole.
Jamie Walley: Pain is Never a Reason Not to Love
Join Craig as he talks with Jamie Walley, pastor of First Baptist Church of Florence, about his family's remarkable journey through adoption. The Walley's choice to parent and love a child, who was biologically someone else's, was a deliberate, selfless act that not only changed his future, it saved his life. You will learn how one family's desire to bring love to those needing it the most, actually revealed more to them than they could ever imagine.
Tray and Melody Lovvorn: Grace Awakening
In this Easter episode, Craig with co-hosts Eva and Roane Hunter from LifeWorks Counseling meet with Tray and Melody from Undone Redone as they share about their journey through sexual addiction and infidelity to redemptive grace. Tray and Melody openly share their road to healing and how they were able to break free. They discuss how working through heartbreak and pain of divorce led them to a reconciliation later. Tray and Melody are now able to assist others through the brokenness and messiness of life.
Chris Tipton: Financial Clarity, Complexity and Alignment
Matt and Craig sit down with financial advisor, Chris Tipton, to discuss obstacles that plague many families' financial dreams: lack of clarity, complexity and lack of alignment. Chris dives into these topics and outlines the importance of creating a plan to ensure long-term financial success. Similar to divorce, the decisions made at the end are what one lives with forever. Listen in as Chris provides insight into how staying engaged and involved can make an enormous difference in one's financial life.
Mark and Ellen: The Unusually, Beautiful Crazy Journey of Redemption
In this special Valentine's Day edition of the R+E podcast, Craig and special co-host Roane Hunter of LifeWorks Counseling have a conversation with married couple Mark and Ellen, who vulnerably share their journey through addiction and codependency on the road to eventual marital restoration. Mark and Ellen tell our listeners that wise counsel not only saved their marriage, it probably saved their lives.
Cynthia Speetjens: No Girlz Allowed
Join Craig and Matt as they meet with top rated criminal defense attorney, Cynthia Speetjens, to uncover what it was like breaking into a male-dominated industry. Speetjens, one of a handful of females admitted to The University of Mississippi School of Law at the time, explains how her upbringing impacted her future. Cynthia’s journey from new prosecutor to an award-winning defense attorney is not one to miss. Listen as Craig and Matt talk to Speetjens about the impact she has made.
I’ll Be Home for Christmas and in Therapy by New Years (Part 2)
In this last episode of 2020, divorce attorneys Matt Easterling and Craig Robertson finish talking with marriage therapists Roane and Eva Hunter about marriage and divorce during the holidays. Roane and Eva reflect on their journey through divorce and the lessons they learned. They explain how honesty is necessary to protect an individual from the holiday season. The conversation finally touches on codependency, leaving the listener with tips about simplicity, connection, asking for help and limit setting.
Who knew that family law attorneys could be pro-family? Matt and Craig are for their clients. They want what’s best for you. If that means having you work harder to stay married, they’re for it. If it means fighting for your rights as a parent, they do it. If it means having difficult conversations to expose irrational thought processes, they have them. These guys are interested in the person that walks in the door not the check book in their pocket. I appreciate the time they spent with me. They help me understand my options and how they would potentially affect all parties involved. Thank you R+E
This show is so helpful and good! Great work!