The Divorce Well Podcast is the podcast for navigating a healthy and efficient separation. We've all heard the stories about the divorce battle but that is not the only story and it doesn't have to be your experience. Together we will explore the many tools and services available to help you divorce well. Hosted by Christina Vinters, a Chartered Mediator, gratefully non-practicing Divorce Lawyer, and Author who is dedicated to inspiring and facilitating healthy family transitions.
29 - Gabrielle Hartley, Author of The Better Apart Method
Gabrielle Hartley is a leading divorce attorney, mediator, & author of The Better Apart Method; The Radically Positive Way to Separate (Harper Collins), which combines the wisdom of mindfulness, meditation and yoga with practical advice & legal wisdom to get the reader through their divorce.
Gabrielle maintains a private law, mediation and coaching practice in Northampton, Massachusetts and in New York City. Contact her at www.gabriellehartley.com.
Find out more about us at www.modernseparations.
28 - Parenting Plans for Infants & Toddlers, with Counselor Alyson Jones
Alyson Jones is a Registered Clinical Counsellor who is passionate about families & children. Through her work as a Parent Coordinator, Mediator, Collaborative Law Divorce Coach & Child Specialist Alyson advocates for the best interests of the children & encourages parents to do divorce better. She assists in conflict management & working towards a healthy resolution for the entire family.
Find out more about Alyson: https://www.alysonjones.ca/
Connect with us at: https://www.modernseparations.com/
27 - Domestic Violence Family Lawyer, Chrissy Leontios
Trigger Warning: This episode deals with domestic violence. Chrissy Leontios is an award winning family lawyer in Australia specializing in representing survivors of family violence.
We have a difficult but important discussion about what it can be like going through the family court system as a survivor of family violence and some tips for safety planning, choosing a lawyer, and recovery.
Find out more about Chrissy: https://www.cleonlegal.com.au/
Connect with us: https://www.modernseparations.co
26 - Successful Co-Parenting with Differing Parenting Styles, with Una Archer
Una Archer is a psychologist who helps separated parents raise emotionally secure, well-adjusted children. Listen to our interview for her tips on managing differing parenting styles when you are in a co-parenting relationship!
7 Reasons We Love E-Mediation
Legaltech is a promising pathway to increased access to justice. At Modern Separations, we specialize in e-mediation because we have found it to be one of the key contributors to healthy family transitions for separating couples. Watch to find out why!
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24 - User-Friendly Tech for Divorce, with Hello Divorce founder Erin Levine
Interview with my friend Erin Levine about her innovative platform, Hello Divorce, where you can have your needs assessed and get assistance that is tailored to maximize your benefit, lower your financial exposure, and empower you to embark on a fresh start. Because, as Erin says, if you’ve got to be thrown into the court system just to exit a relationship, might as well make it as simple, easy, high quality, convenient and cost effective as possible.
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Great resource for anyone going through a divorce
Christina is so knowledgeable about the divorce process and brings on guest with great insight for anyone contemplating getting a divorce or going through one right now. Divorce is definitely tough but having this podcast as a resource makes it a bit easier to get through. Great job Christina!
recommend to those beginning divorce
I just finished the 1st episode, and am so glad to say, as a divorce mediator/lawyer, that it's a resource I will share with clients over and over again.
This episode talks about one of the most important missteps I think one can make when starting down their legal divorce path: getting into the slippery and seductive adversarial system. Newly separated folks: this episode is a great place to start before you call a lawyer!