Surviving the Modern Divorce means taking on equal parts warrior and saint. You need all the support you can get. If you're going to remake your life, you're in the right place to learn how to create the new and better you, both legally and psychologically. Brought to you by Arizona Divorce Attorney Billie Tarascio of Modern Law and IDoOver.life where you can tap into low cost divorce help, learning and therapy to help you redraw that new you.
The heartbreak of leaving your marriage and your church behind
When Sarahanne was growing up, her future as a wife and mother was already decided for her. It was part of her family life as a child, and it's something she embraced as an adult. But when her marriage fell apart after more than 20 years, she found herself without a home, and without the support of her beloved church.
In this heartbreaking episode of Modern Divorce, host Billie Tarascio has a frank talk with divorce survivor Sarahanne Lawson who found herself wholly unprepared to be virtually homeless, penniless and starting over at age 50. But in getting help for her predicament, she found a team at Modern Law who welcomed her talents and abilities, giving her a new professional career and a new start.
This is a must-listen for anyone who found their core beliefs and church relationships thrown into turmoil after a divorce, no matter what religion you are.
Relationship co-dependence and how you can fix it
TedX Speaker Shawn Bradford (Thank You Divorce) talks with Modern Divorce podcast host Billie Tarascio in this insightful episode about minding your most important relationships and how to avoid forcing intimacy in a new relationship, or out of habit.
Surprise, it could be you who's pushing things, says Bradford, who gives a roadmap for figuring out the issues - something she's done for herself. A yoga teacher who found release through meditation and yogic practices, Bradford shares her methods for solving a common problem whether divorced, married or single and searching.
You can find Shawn's fascinating TedX talk here and see more about her on her website at breatheandwork.com
The No-Fail Recipe for Happiness
Going through a divorce is one of the most gut-wrenching, horrible things one can experience. It often leaves people bitter, unhappy, and awash in toxic emotions. Wouldn't it be great if there was something we could do to fix that?
There is. In this episode, you'll find welcome relief when Modern Law's host Billie Tarascio talks with Dr. Happiness, Elia Gourgouris, who has a no-fail seven step plan for finding and keeping long-lasting happiness. You'll learn the exact process he teaches to cut out toxic relationships - whether from your ex or others - and what to do to position yourself to live the life you've always wanted.
You can find Dr. Happiness on his website at dreliagourgouris.com to learn more about his amazing and simple process.
Empowering Single Parents With A Behaviorist Plan
What is a behaviorist and how can it help you survive as a single parent?
In this episode of the Modern Divorce Podcast, host Billie Tarascio introduces us to Kimball Lewis, whose website empoweringparents.com is filled with tips and tools for helping parents deal with the challenges of raising a child. You need a plan to help survive the trials you'll experience as a single parent.
When a child has two different households, it's even more difficult to make rules and stick with them. But in this special episode - longer than our usual podcasts - you'll get a ton of good ideas and methods you can use to be an effective parent raising a successful child. Here's a hint: Don't blame your spouse or your ex for your child's behavior. Once you have that down, then you're free to set up your own rules, your own way.
Why Women Get Less In Divorce and How To Stop It
In this episode of the Modern Divorce Podcast, Billie Tarascio takes the mic on her own to lay out the important hard truth of why women get less in divorce, why so many women accept this as normal, and why the law won't help you if you don't take steps beforehand stop it.
It's a subject that she sees come up too many times in her own law practice, and it leaves her angry for her clients as she works to advocate for them..
Truth is, marriage is an"at will" contract which can end at any time, and often does. When that happens, many women find themselves without financial and emotional support. It doesn't have to be that way.
Deploying collaborative law for a cleaner divorce
Would it be possible to lower the cost of divorce and keep the divorcing parties from attacking each other?
Turns out, yes, it's possible, with collaborative law. In this episode of the Modern Divorce Podcast, family law attorney Billie Tarascio talks with her Modern Law colleague, Christopher Torrenzano, who explains how the collaborative process works in divorce, when you can use it, and when you can't.
This is the perfect listen for anyone anticipating divorce and the expenses and anguish that can so often be a part of the process.
Personality disorders that affect your Divorce
This episode was very informative, in fact it confirmed so much of what i researched on narcissitic personnality disorder. i really appreciate Kris explaininng that as a non professional. it is important to focus on the behaviour rather than diagnosis of the ex partner.
One of the hardest and transformative times of life, Billies team
At Modern Law and Modern Divorce addresses so many aspects of this process, so much more than just filing some papers at court
Billie Tarascio is truly an attorney who gives back to the community by providing so much information based on her incredible skill set and expertise. Her passion for helping all is clear as is her compassion, knowledge and advocacy.