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Episode #19: How Are Holidays Handled by Divorced Households?
This week your hosts Jake & Brian discuss the timely topic of how holidays are typically handled between separated parents. listen as they explain what you can expect your holiday season to look like and the options you'll typically have for celebrating the holiday season.
Episode #18: How To Keep A Divorce Confidential
This week Jake & Brian discuss a topic that almost everyone who has gone through a divorce has probably asked themselves: what can I do to help keep my divorce case confidential?
Episode #17: Temporary Orders
Your hosts Jake & Brian sit down to discuss an important part of family law cases: temporary orders. Listen as they explain what temporary orders are, their importance, and what to do if you're not happy with the orders you received.
Episode #16: Social Media in Divorce
This week your hosts Jake & Brian discuss how social media can impact your divorce case. Listen as they explain the things you need to avoid posting, what can be used against you, and examples of social media changing the courses of court cases that they've seen during their years of practicing family law.
Episode #15: Jury Trials In Family Law
Deciding whether or not to do a Jury Trial is a difficult decision many people dealing with family law matters struggle with. That's why your hosts, Jake & Brian, are here to give you an idea of what you can expect if you chose a jury trial, and to break down the pros & cons of going in front of a jury as opposed to just a judge.
Episode #14: Child Custody with Special Needs Children
Child custody cases are never easy, but having a child or children who are special needs can add an extra layer of complexity. Fortunately, your hosts Jake & Brian are here to break it down for you. Listen as they explain how having a child with special needs can potentially impact a custody case, factors that you would expect to alter a case that actually might not, and steps you can take to help get the results you want in court.