Tuesday, March 31, 2020

Child Custody & Coronavirus: Sharing Custody When One Parent is Sick

As a family law attorney, I am getting more and more questions from parents who share custody and are struggling during this coronavirus pandemic. One of the dilemmas parents are facing is whether to send the child to a parent who is sick when they are sharing parenting time duties.

If you're in this situation whether you're the sick parent or the healthy parent I want you to go to the thing that I always tell you to go to and that is what is in the best interest of the children. That is always the guiding principle when making decisions about your kids. I'm confident that any judge in the nation and in the world at this point is going to tell you the same thing.

Saturday, March 28, 2020

Control What You Can: Tip #2 - Casting Your Vision

In my first video on tips to control what you can I talked about reading. Today I want to talk about casting your vision and I know that sounds a little crazy to some people but it's really important because it's very easy in times like this to get weighed down by the bad things that are happening or the past experiences that we've had in the past.

Wednesday, March 25, 2020

Control What You Can: Tip #1 Read To Feed Your Mind

"There are so many things in our life that we cannot control. There are things that are going to happen that there is absolutely nothing we can do to control it. This is the situation that we all find ourselves in right now. We can't control this pandemic so the best we can do is to control ourselves and our minds.

Sunday, March 22, 2020

Child Custody & Coronavirus: Sharing Custody When One Parent is Sick

As a family law attorney, I am getting more and more questions from parents who share custody and are struggling during this coronavirus pandemic. One of the dilemmas parents are facing is whether to send the child to a parent who is sick when they are sharing parenting time duties.

Thursday, March 19, 2020

How To Calculator Your Retirement Benefits Based Your Personal Earnings History

Use the Retirement Calculator in your personal my Social Security account to get personalized benefit estimates that are closer to what your actual benefit will be when you’re ready to start receiving them. You can also get a better understanding of how when you begin receiving benefits affects the monthly amount you can expect to receive. Learn more: http://ow.ly/5XTj50yMReK

Friday, March 13, 2020

Is A Good Divorce Better Than A Bad Marriage For Kids?

Media commentator and friend of the show John Caldwell joins us to talk about the question: is it better to divorce, than to stay together for the sake of the children?

Tuesday, March 10, 2020

How to Save Your Marriage (2020 Edition)

Hey, Brad Browning here… and in this video, I’m going to tell you exactly how you can save your marriage today, even if you’re the only one putting in the effort. I’ve covered this topic before on my channel, but since then, I’ve discovered some brand-new tips and tricks that will help you build a stronger and more resilient marriage.

Wednesday, March 4, 2020

The 3 Things Your Spouse Needs To Hear Every Day

It is every couple's dream to live together in forever after, and I believe that is absolutely possible. Would you like to keep the bond of you and your spouse happy and strong? In this video, I will share 3 tips on what your spouse may need to hear every single day. Stay tuned!

Sunday, March 1, 2020

Top Ten Tips For Divorce

Are you struggling because you don't where to turn, now that you are getting a divorce? Divorcing Divas offer their Top Ten Tips to help you get through the legal, financial, and emotional hurdles of divorce. Learn that you are not alone. Hear practical advice on where to go to get support. Remember: it's not the end... it's the beginning.

Thursday, February 27, 2020

Workers Compensation Insurance Explained

Unfamiliar with workers compensation insurance? Learn the basics of workers comp, what it is, and why you may need it.

Monday, February 24, 2020

Here's How the Great Depression Brought on Social Security | History

Explore how the Great Depression of the 1930s forced America to consider having a social safety net, leading President FDR to sign the Social Security Act into law via his New Deal programs. Learn how Social Security has changed over time.

Sunday, February 9, 2020

The Sacred Cows Of Marriage And Divorce

This talk was given at a local TEDx event, produced independently of the TED Conferences. Astro and his wife, Danielle, bring a fresh and startling perspective on marriage and divorce.

Thursday, February 6, 2020

Disrupting the Divorce Experience. Defining Your Next Chapter.

When faced with the life-altering reality of a marriage ending, everything seems dire. After encountering this herself, Sadie Bjornstad set off to understand why the divorce process is so isolating and clouded with negativity. What’s more, she seeks to establish clarity in how to shape life after divorce. Her research has led her to meet with women across the country and uncover common themes to their experiences. Now Sadie shares the foundation she’s created for navigating relationship transitions on a positive, connected path toward revival and renewal. Sadie is a veteran of healthcare marketing, with over 10 years of experience in professional pharmaceutical marketing. Sadie has supported brands that reach patients struggling with mental disorders such as bipolar disorder and major depressive disorder, and most recently, patients with IBD. Sadie is also the founder of the women’s network, XO Community, which focuses on bringing resources and community for those going through a transition in their relationship. Sadie graduated with a Degree with Distinction from University of Delaware, where she received a scholarship to play Division 1 volleyball. She later received her MBA from Roosevelt University in Chicago. Sadie is an avid beach volleyball player and yoga enthusiast. Sadie’s true joy comes from spending time with her daughter, working in the community, and being with her extended family

Monday, February 3, 2020

How To Win Child Custody

Winning child custody requires doing the opposite of what you expect. You are going through one of the hardest things you could ever face, and I have some advice that can drastically make things better, for you and your child.

Tuesday, January 28, 2020

Rebuilding A Relationship After A Separation

When people go through a separation, they often get sucked into a complicated dynamic that involves a lot of anger, sadness, and negativity. However, rebuilding the relationship can sometimes be crucial - especially if children are involved. In today's episode, we're going to talk about how this can be done successfully.

Saturday, January 25, 2020

Things You Should Do Six Weeks Before Your Child Custody Trial

In this CTC live replay, Wendy Hernandez, family law attorney, talks about things that you should be doing six weeks prior to your custody trial and answering your questions. Generally speaking this is what I do 6 weeks before a custody trial. However, remember deadlines differ from jurisdiction to jurisdiction. In part 1 I talk about checking your local rules, reading the judge’s minute entries, calendaring deadlines, and the difference between disclosing exhibits and exchanging exhibits.

Thursday, January 16, 2020

Phone Scammers Impersonating Social Security Administration

There is a new warning about a rapidly growing phone scam where criminals call pretending to be from the Social Security Administration. The FTC says they want your social security number and money. The scheme has already cost consumers millions of dollars. Anna Werner reports.

Monday, January 13, 2020

Helping Divorced Women Start Over: Applying What I Learned

It’s difficult for working mothers to manage a household and a career, which forces many to exit the workforce to focus on their families. This leaves them at a great disadvantage when they divorce. Their troubles are only magnified when child support and alimony issues arise. Oraynab Jwayyed discusses the obstacles that hold divorced mothers back and how they, and their community, can overcome them.

Tuesday, January 7, 2020

4 Habits of ALL Successful Relationships

ALL relationships face a similar set of hurdles. We all need to be equipped to get over the hurdles, so that our relationships don’t just survive, but thrive. Based on over 20+ years’ experience of working with countless couples, Dr. Andrea & Jon Taylor-Cummings share their observations of the 4 fundamental habits that all successful relationships exhibit.