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Do I REALLY need an attorney?
Do you have the right to an attorney? Do you really need one, and can you speak for yourself in court? These and other questions about when and how to deploy an attorney - and when you absolutely MUST have an attorney are the topics of this episode of the Modern Divorce Podcast. Modern Law family law attorneys Billie Tarascio and Ryan Claridge go into depth with suggestions about when you can and should "do it yourself," when to work with a mediator, and what to do if you're dealing with criminal accusations in a family court situation.
For anyone who has wondered how to survive a family court issue without breaking the bank, this episode has key details for saving money, saving your reputation, and keeping yourself out of trouble when it really counts.
Who controls the family business in a divorce?
If one spouse owns a business and the other works with it, then what happens when they split up? Or if both own it and one has to leave - suddenly without a job and an income?
So many questions are answered in this important podcast featuring Modern Divorce Host Billie Tarascio and Arizona attorney Darin Colburn who pick apart the strategies and possibilities when valuing and splitting up a business. They cover how to value the business, and whether it's good to pay an expert to do that (watch out for the gotchas!). Also, they talk about how a judge looks at tax returns and whether the deductions you take affect the valuation - and the judge's opinion of you!
This is a fascinating walk through the considerations of splitting a business and what that means for spousal support and more.
Rebuilding After The Later-In-Life Divorce
Getting divorced at any time is personal challenge, but after many years with a spouse, it's about finding out who you really are, and how you approach the world as a solo person. This episode of the Modern Divorce Podcast is a good-for-the-soul exploration of the things that happen when two people divorce following a longterm marriage and how to rebuild one's personal life.
Modern Divorce host Billie Tarascio, family law attorney, talks with divorce coach Raven of YourNextChapter.com who herself suffered a divorce as a 60-something woman. Raven shares her personal stories and tips, with a frank discussion about how to put yourself back together again after a big breakup.
What happens when someone reports you for child abuse?
Maybe it was your teenager getting out of line, and an unfortunate shoving match ensued. Maybe it was you leaving the kids home alone when your ex thought it was too dangerous. Or maybe it was a parent possibly using drugs and another relative calls to make a report. All of these scenarios may prompt the state Department of Child Services to get involved, which may throw you or someone you know into a whole lotta trouble.
In this episode of the Modern Divorce Podcast, family law attorney Billie Tarascio talks with former Arizona DCS case worker and Modern Law staffer Vanessa Adams. As someone who visited homes and tried to put families back together again, she gives her important perspective of the process, and what you should know about what happens when someone reports a presumptive child abuse.
If you are not familiar with the process of investigating child abuse through a state agency, this episode is a must listen for anyone who has kids, or who has ever considered reporting child abuse.
Unmarried Partner traps: The Surprising Rules That Can Cost You When You Break Up
Moving in together seems simple, right? Until someone moves out, that someone claims the rights that belong to "cohabitating partners" in that state.
In this episode, Modern Divorce's Billie Tarascio and Washington Family Law Attorney Michelle Dellino compare the high impact differences between splitting up in one state versus another.
Prepare to hear some critical traps and "gotchas" in this episode that make this a must-listen to anyone who is living with their partner without a marriage license. In fact, the idea that "we don't need a piece of paper" to make a relationship is exactly right - because the state you live in will make the rules for you, and it may not be pretty. And it's probably going to cost one of you waaaaay more than the other, unless you both decide for yourselves what the rules should be beforehand.
If you're in Washington, check out Michelle Dellino at Dellino Law in the Seattle metro area, and you can find Billie Tarascio at MyModernLaw.com.
When Do You File For Emergency Custody?
For anyone who has a child who is in danger - either emotionally or physically - when they are with a co-parent, this podcast episode of Modern Divorce, will give you the roadmap for when to file with the court for help. Modern Law Family law attorneys Billie Tarascio and Ryan Claridge talk about the different ways such requests with the court can play out, and whether to file in family court or not.
If you share custody with a parent who you suspect is putting your child at risk - for whatever reason - this is a must-listen episode packed with strategies and information about how you might approach this very sensitive situation and how to avoid the pitfalls that can make your legal position worse.
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.