Constructive Uncoupling Podcast

a podcast devoted to amicable divorces

Paul A. Samakow, A Divorced Divorce Lawyer’s Wisdom

Paul A. Samakow is divorced, was a divorce attorney, is now a personal injury attorney extraordinaire, and hosts a podcast called The Legal Merry-Go-Round.  Paul will share his wisdom as an attorney and discuss how clients should work with attorneys for the best representation and results in their cases, point out the control clients have in their legal relationships, and share his own experiences going through his divorce.  Paul will also address what his childhood was like with parents who he thinks should have divorced but didn’t.

 

Men’s Divorce Coach, Noam Raucher

Noam is a Men’s Divorce Coach as a result of going through his own divorce.  Noam also saw the underserved needs of divorcing  dads, as a divorcing dad himself, and wanted to reach out and address those fears and concerns.  And as a Rabbi, Noam started a podcast called The Jewish Divorce Project to specifically discuss the personal and religious issues of Jewish men going through divorce.

8 Ways to Ruin a Good Mediation

You will learn the most common ways to derail a simple and potentially good mediation, along with the 8 remedies to reverse course and succeed. Part of the mistakes people make are behavioral by not understanding how to communicate in a negotiation, and part of the mistakes come from preparation.  You will learn all of the most common mistakes and how to reverse course to end up amicable and successful.

Custody Rights and Non-Biological Parents

“Custody Rights and Non-Biological Parents” today on Constructive Uncoupling podcast with Attorney Matthew Smurda and Amicable Divorce Expert and host, Judith Weigle. Attorney Smurda will discuss a growing trend in blended families and divorce: Custody Rights vs Visitation, mandatory vs voluntary child support, StepParent Rights, and Presumed Parent. @MatthewSmurda. Listen Here: https://judyweigle.podbean.com/e/custody-rights-and-non-biological-parents-wattorney-matthew-smurda/

Courage and Divorce

Courage and Divorce on Constructive Uncoupling podcast today with The Amicable Divorce Expert and host Judith Weigle. Divorce is one of the most fearful experiences of our lives. It takes courage to discuss divorce, tell our children about the divorce, discuss settlement terms for the divorce, and live as single people again. I will show you how to identify the areas in which we need courage, and the importance of communication with our spouses in order to use divorce as a positive event for a new beginning.

The Divorce Tango with Australian author, Cheryl Duffy

Learn how to gracefully navigate through the divorce filing and settlement with empowering techniques to help you communicate with your spouse to create a successful co-parenting schedule that accommodates small children and teens, rebuild self-worth and self-confidence, and shift to a positive mindset that is future-focused and healthy.

Mindfulness with Joana Pancada, Psychotherapist

Joana will explain Mindfulness and how to practice it.

Mindfulness can alleviate anxiety and fear while opening the door to a less stressful emotional environment from which to make decisions regarding the divorce settlement.

SubTopics discussed will be Expressing Emotions, Balancing Emotions with our Physical Bodies, and Living in the Present Moment as a Way to Heal.

Judy Graybill, StepParent Coach

Graybill’s approach to blended stepfamilies starts with the communication about parenting styles and parenting rules between the biological and new stepparent first, then transitions to a family Mission Statement that includes the children.

 

Graybill also discusses how bringing the loss experienced from the divorce has to be acknowledged and dealt with as the biological, newly divorced parent enters another relationship that includes a blended family.

 

Terrie Vanover, Divorce Strategist

Strategies from a Divorce Strategist

  1. The Legal Process cannot provide Emotional Justice
  2. Goals for an easier divorce: Avoid legal, financial, and emotional devastation
  3. Focus on the settlement
  4. Communicate effectively for a balanced settlement