64 episodes

Board certified family law attorneys Craig Robertson and Matt Easterling run one of the most successful boutique law firms in Mississippi. We are now in our 5th season of production of The Robertson and Easterling Podcast, with over 12,000 downloads. 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.

We are excited to continue our partnership with Kelly Engelmann, the founder of Enhanced Wellness Living, Mississippi’s leading Functional Medicine Clinic. Her team’s food-first approach to healing along with a variety of lifestyle and regenerative treatment options sets you on a journey to take control of your health and live life well.

We are also sponsored by our producers, Blue Sky Podcasting. At Blue Sky Podcasting, they realize you want to be a confident and modern communicator. In order to do that, a successful podcast is almost mandatory. The problem is you’re unclear about the process or just too busy to run a podcast by yourself. Blue Sky wants you to be heard. They have helped lead 100’s of brands to success over the last 10 years.

New to the podcast this year is Adam Black. Adam is a mortgage specialist. “Should I Stay or Should I Go” is not just a classic song by The Clash, it is the internal dialogue of our clients, especially in the early stages of the divorce process which entails both the physical structure of the home and the more intangible relational dynamic. Adam is a real estate collaboration specialist with a focus on divorce mortgage management, who can help you break down the challenges of the post-COVID housing market, featuring low inventory, high prices and both inflation and interest rates on the rise. This fast-paced show will highlight the importance of working with a mortgage professional early in the process and familiarize the listener about the current real estate market.

Finally, we are excited to work with Rocks to Rivers. Rocks to Rivers is an adventure based coaching organization that helps you become AWAKE, AWARE and ALIVE.

The Robertson and Easterling Podcast Craig Robertson and Matt Easterling

    • Society & Culture
    • 4.8 • 25 Ratings

Board certified family law attorneys Craig Robertson and Matt Easterling run one of the most successful boutique law firms in Mississippi. We are now in our 5th season of production of The Robertson and Easterling Podcast, with over 12,000 downloads. 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.

We are excited to continue our partnership with Kelly Engelmann, the founder of Enhanced Wellness Living, Mississippi’s leading Functional Medicine Clinic. Her team’s food-first approach to healing along with a variety of lifestyle and regenerative treatment options sets you on a journey to take control of your health and live life well.

We are also sponsored by our producers, Blue Sky Podcasting. At Blue Sky Podcasting, they realize you want to be a confident and modern communicator. In order to do that, a successful podcast is almost mandatory. The problem is you’re unclear about the process or just too busy to run a podcast by yourself. Blue Sky wants you to be heard. They have helped lead 100’s of brands to success over the last 10 years.

New to the podcast this year is Adam Black. Adam is a mortgage specialist. “Should I Stay or Should I Go” is not just a classic song by The Clash, it is the internal dialogue of our clients, especially in the early stages of the divorce process which entails both the physical structure of the home and the more intangible relational dynamic. Adam is a real estate collaboration specialist with a focus on divorce mortgage management, who can help you break down the challenges of the post-COVID housing market, featuring low inventory, high prices and both inflation and interest rates on the rise. This fast-paced show will highlight the importance of working with a mortgage professional early in the process and familiarize the listener about the current real estate market.

Finally, we are excited to work with Rocks to Rivers. Rocks to Rivers is an adventure based coaching organization that helps you become AWAKE, AWARE and ALIVE.

    Adjusting Perspectives: Exploring Wellness with Dr. Ryan Miller

    Adjusting Perspectives: Exploring Wellness with Dr. Ryan Miller

    In the latest episode of the Robertson and Easterling podcast, we delve into the world of chiropractic care with special guest Dr. Ryan Miller from Madison Chiropractic & Wellness. Tune in as Craig discusses holistic approaches to wellness, the benefits of chiropractic adjustments, and practical tips for maintaining a healthy lifestyle. Gain insights into Dr. Miller's expertise and discover how chiropractic care can contribute to overall well-being.
     


     

    • 41 min
    Your Guide to Choosing the Right Attorney with Craig Robertson and Matt Easterling

    Your Guide to Choosing the Right Attorney with Craig Robertson and Matt Easterling

    Divorce involves legal, emotional, and financial complexities. In this episode, we discuss the crucial role your choice of attorney plays in shaping your case. We also explore the process of understanding your unique needs and the key factors for finding the right legal advocate for you. Plus, get a sneak peek into the initial client meeting, one of the most important first steps in any legal journey.Divorce involves legal, emotional, and financial complexities. In this episode, we discuss the crucial role your choice of attorney plays in shaping your case. We also explore the process of understanding your unique needs and the key factors for finding the right legal advocate for you. Plus, get a sneak peek into the initial client meeting, one of the most important first steps in any legal journey.

    • 1 hr 15 min
    Jody Schmelzer on Men's Groups: No Comfort in the Growth Zone

    Jody Schmelzer on Men's Groups: No Comfort in the Growth Zone

    Pinelake's Oxford campus pastor, Jody Schmelzer, is an expert in cultivating Christian men's communities. During his college years at Ole Miss, Jody was introduced to the powerful practice of men regularly gathering to share their life experiences. This simple yet transformative exercise has become the foundation for health, wellness, and spiritual growth for Jody and the numerous men he has guided throughout his 18 years of professional ministry.
     
    Men's community serves as a guiding light on the often challenging path of navigating work, marriage, and parenting. In this show, Jody provides an introductory course to this life-giving, ancient tradition. Join us as we explore the profound impact of building meaningful connections and fostering personal development in the company of other men. It's a journey toward a more fulfilling and spiritually enriched life.

     
     

    • 46 min
    Preston and Jennifer Crowe: Some Call it Chaos but We Call it Family

    Preston and Jennifer Crowe: Some Call it Chaos but We Call it Family

    In honor of National Adoption Month, Craig and a special guest have a conversation with Preston and Jennifer Crowe, who have both biological and adoptive children, and who have fostered dozens of infants throughout their marriage. Preston is a pastor who works vocationally in mental health, and Jennifer is a high-energy fitness instructor, homeschool teacher and mom. Together, they talk about their marriage, foster parenting and fitness, plus they tell their own adoption story, which was only made possible by opening their own home to the temporary placement of children waiting for forever families.

    • 1 hr 3 min
    Healing Hands with Massage Therapist DeSheila Hughes

    Healing Hands with Massage Therapist DeSheila Hughes

    Living Waters Massage Therapy Clinic helps clients understand self-care is necessary to maintain overall wellness in mind, body, and spirit.  After a session with a LWMT therapist, you will have a clearer understanding of your body needs. Craig Robertson sits down with LWMTC founder, DeSheila Hughes, who has been a National and State Licensed Massage Therapist since 2005. Although not her first choice of careers, she talks about how God’s Plan is the best plan. About her work, Desheila says, “When I can see the physical, mental, and emotional change in my clients, I am overjoyed.” She is best known for deep tissue massage, trigger-point therapy, acupressure, plus foot and hand reflexology.

    • 41 min
    Complicated Compound Bereavement - 20 Years Later

    Complicated Compound Bereavement - 20 Years Later

    In this moving episode, Craig sits down with Alex, who lost his parents to a murder/suicide when he was only 3. Raised by his maternal grandparents, Alex gives his perspective on the tragic end to his parents' divorce, and it's surprising positive impact on his life. 
    In this show we discuss suicidal and homicidal thoughts and ideation. If that subject is too confronting, perhaps skip this show. If you are struggling, please raise your hand and reach out for help. You can call SAMHSA’s National Helpline at 1-800-662-HELP and if you are experiencing suicidal ideation, know you’re not alone. We encourage you to call the Suicide Prevention Hotline at 1-800-273-TALK.

    • 42 min

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
25 Ratings

25 Ratings

Mitty gees ,

Who knew?

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

Sir Case ,

So good!

This show is so helpful and good! Great work!

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