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Tips for Successful Co-Parenting

SOS_AlbumCvrOn this episode of Start Over Smart, Nicole Feuer & Francine Baras provide tips on successful co-parenting.

Parenting is definitely not an easy task. If you throw divorce into the mix parenting becomes even more complicated if it’s turned into co-parenting. To do this, you may need to put aside your anger, resentment or hurt and focus on creating a cooperative relationship that will be best for everyone, especially your children!

For more on Nicole and Francine and their book 37 Things I wish I’d Known Before My Divorce visit: www.SOSDivorceAdvisors.com.

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Ending An Affair

DSRwithSP_AlbumDavid Feder returns with The Anatomy of An Affair and discusses the thought process of whether you should end an affair and how you might go about doing so.

David Feder

David Feder

On the next episode, David is bringing on one of his clients to share her affair experience.

For more information on David Feder, visit: http://www.mylifeafteranaffair.com

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Financial Steps to take During Divorce

SOS_AlbumCvrOn this episode of Start Over Smart, Nicole Feuer and Nicole Baras discuss Financial Steps to take During Divorce

Divorce is often referred to as the No. 2 most stressful life event, second only to death of a spouse. And no wonder: Besides its obvious emotional impacts, getting divorced can also be a financial nightmare as you’re forced to deal with nagging details like separating your finances, acquiring your own health insurance and deciding who will claim the kids as tax deductions.

For more programs related to divorce and life after divorce, visit: www.DivorceSourceRadio.com. For more on Nicole and Francine and their new book 37 Things I wish I’d Known Before My Divorce.

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Surviving The Holidays

SOS_AlbumCvrOn this episode of Start over Smart, Nicole Feuer and Francine Baras provide tips to help get you through the holidays during or post divorce.

Topics include:

  • Putting your children first
  • Reinventing holiday traditions
  • Reaching out to family and friends for support
  • Dealing with holiday parties
  • Don’t be alone – making plans with friends or family
  • know that things will get better and that the first year is the most challenging.
  • And much more.

For more programs related to divorce and life after divorce, visit: www.DivorceSourceRadio.com. For more on Nicole and Francine and their new book 37 Things I wish I’d Known Before My Divorce visit: www.SOSDivorceAdvisors.com.

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Divorce – Help! I don’t Even Know Where to Begin!

StartOverSmartLogoWelcome to Start Over Smart, our new show featuring divorce and relationship experts Nicole Baras Feuer and Francine Baras.

This new series will guide you through all aspects of divorce whether you find yourself contemplating, going through or post-divorce

Episode #1 is titled “Help! I don’t Even Know Where to Begin!”   Nicole and Francine walk you through the steps you might need to take as you enter the divorce process.

Topics include:

  • How to protect your children
  • Your Divorce Process Choices – Mediation, collaborative, Litigation or Do-it-yourseelf
  • What you need to know about finances during divorce
  • The emotional toll od divorce
  • And much more.

For more programs related to divorce and life after divorce, visit: www.DivorceSourceRadio.com. For more on Nicole and Francine and their new book 37 Things I wish I’d Known Before My Divorce visit: www.SOSDivorceAdvisors.com.

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StartOverSmartLogoWelcome to Start Over Smart, our new show featuring divorce and relationship experts Nicole Baras Feuer and Francine Baras.

This new series will guide you through all aspects of divorce whether you find yourself contemplating, going through or post-divorce.

Nicole Feuer and Francine Baras

Nicole Feuer and Francine Baras

Meet our show co-hosts:

Nicole Baras Feuer, is a divorce and family mediator with advanced training in custody and visitation. In 2009, Nicole went through her own painful and complex divorce. This journey, coupled with her experience as a divorce mediator, lead to her desire to begin helping others and advising men and women at every stage of divorce.

Francine Baras, earned a master’s degree in social work from Columbia University and has an advanced degree in child psychology and parent guidance. Francine has had a private practice in Manhattan for 25 years, specializing in child and family issues and is also a trained divorce mediator.

Don’t miss an episode of Start Over Smart coming soon to Divorce Source Radio!

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Discovery During Divorce

Family Law Questions answered on Divorce Source RadioAttorney Henry Gornbein returns with another episode of Ask Henry to discuss the first legal steps to take during divorce.

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Topics include:

  • Filing a complaint or petition
  • Putting your husband or wife on notice – what to expect
  • Serving the divorce petition to your husband or wife
  • How to do it with the least amount of discourse.
  • How some lawyers “troll” or solicit for clients and how this can be harmful if domestic violence has been part of the marriage
  • Creating a checklist for the divorce process
  • Digital Discovery – Computers, cell phones, etc.

For more on Henry Gornbein, visit: www.FamilyLawForMichigan.com. For more programs related to divorce and life after divorce, visit www.DivorceSourceRadio.com.  Join our community and be notified of new programs by “liking” our Facebook page at: www.Facebook.com/DivorceSourceRadio.

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Affairs – Why Your Heart Can’t Be Two Places at The Same Time

DSRwithSP_AlbumIn episode 11 of The Anatomy of an Affair, David Feder discusses why your heart can’t be two places at the same time during an affair.

Comparing your partner to the affair partner is an unfair comparison that will either create more confusion for you or keep you stuck.  You will not discover why you are where you are.  Your heart cannot be in two places at the same time and your partner will almost always come up wanting in any comparison test.  Instead it will be more helpful if instead of directing blame onto your spouse, you focus on yourself and become more aware of your beliefs, values and needs.

David Feder

David Feder

The way a person feels when in an affair will almost always trump feelings had in a long-term relationship.  An affair is a fantasy built on a foundation of secrecy, exclusive focus and excitement.  Absent are the financial and childcare responsibilities that often distract committed partners from one another and robs the committed relationship of passion.  Hence, the affair will often appear more exciting and leave participating partners thinking that they finally met someone who truly understands.  But, do they?

For more information on David Feder, visit: http://www.mylifeafteranaffair.com

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The Four Aspects of Divorce

Family Law Questions answered on Divorce Source RadioThe nation’s premier family law attorney Henry Gornbein returns with a new program titled “The Four Aspects of Divorce.

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Henry describes the four aspects which include:

  • The Legal Divorce
  • The Psychological Divorce
  • The Economic Divorce
  • And The Religious Divorce

These topics are also included in Henry’s book Divorce Demystified available on Amazon.com.

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Happily After Laughter with Yakov Smirnoff

Being singleToday on Being Single with Steve Peck and Toni Morales, Yakov Smirnoff joins us to talk about his new comedy show, the Happily After Laughter Tour and explains how  laughter can effect relationships in a powerful way.

Yakov Smirnoff

Yakov Smirnoff

A mainstay in the entertainment scene since the late 1970’s, Smirnoff was a regular guest star on the award winning NBC sitcom, Night Court. He has been a popular guest of numerous national TV shows including the Tonight Show. You’ve seen him on HBO and enjoyed his humor on his critically acclaimed Showtime special. Yakov has also co-starred in movies with Robin Williams in Moscow on the Hudson, Tom Hanks in The Money Pit, Meryl Streep and Jack Nicholson in Heartburn and Richard Pryor in Brewster’s Millions. Yakov was invited to perform at the White House for several presidents and honored guests. President Ronald Reagan called Yakov a “national treasure.”

In his newest endeavor, “The Happily Ever Laughter Tour”, Smirnoff takes his comedy to a new level to showcase laughter’s effects on relationships and envisions a world where sadness and tears are replaced with love and laughter.

Yakov is passionate about helping people extend the honeymoon stage of their relationships and “fall in love and laughter all over again” and you’re going to LOVE this show!  For more on Yakov visit: www.Yakov.com.

For more information on Toni visit: www.YouRiseAbove.com.  For more programs on divorce and life after divorce visit: http://www.DivorceSourceRadio.com.  And don’t forget to join our Facebook community at: http://www.Facebook.com/BeingSingleRadio.

Feel free to write Toni and Steve at BeingSingleRadio@gmail.com.

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Naked Dating

Being SingleThere are shows and then there are shows.  THIS is one of those shows.  If you find yourself single and dating, you know this can be a difficult process.

Lisa Shield

Lisa Shield

On this episode of Being Single, Steve and Toni speak with one of the country’s most popular dating coaches, Lisa Shield. (www.LisaShield.com)

Lisa shares how she found her dream man after 100 dates and encourages us to not be afraid of the dating process, dip our toe in the water, and find the love we deserve.  This is s “Must Listen To” program for any of our single listeners.  And because we don’t have a time limit on shows, this one lasts two hours, but we bet you’ll be using your pause button and be coming back for the entire show.

DatingShow topics include:

  • What is “Naked Dating?
  • Do men and women and women want the same thing?
  • How we go about getting our needs met?
  • How important is physical attraction?
  • Do men seek sex for different reasons than women?
  • Male vs. female fantasies
  • Has women’s lib changed the landscape of relationships?
  • The importance of visualizing your perfect partner
  • The power of unconditional love
  • How to overcome the fear of dating
  • How to give and take in relationships
  • Knowing your boundaries
  • Why you may be attracting the same type of person you don’t want
  • Do you feel deserving of love?
  • Making the most of your dates
  • Should a new relationship be having problems?
  • Lisa shares how she met the man of her dreams
  • How to not take things our partner says so personally
  • How to support your partner during tough times
  • Encouragement to get out and begin dating
  • How to go about online dating
  • The importance of having a great dating profile
  • The three date rule. Does that really happen?
  • Is it right to be uncompromising and have the “must take me just as I am mentality?”
  • Can you suggest your partner make changes?

For more information on Toni visit: www.YouRiseAbove.com.  For more programs on divorce and life after divorce visit: http://www.DivorceSourceRadio.com.  And don’t forget to join our Facebook community at: http://www.Facebook.com/BeingSingleRadio.

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Have A Recovery Plan After An Affair

DSRwithSP_AlbumDavid Feder returns with episode #10 of The Anatomy of An Affair on Divorce Source Radio.

In this show, David helps those who have experienced an affair find the missing like in the recovery process.

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Topics include:

  • What people need in recovery after an affair
  • Dealing with the trauma and pain
  • Having a plan for therapy
  • Keeping hope alive after an affair
  • Regaining trust after an affair

Listener note: This is Part 10 of this series, and if you have found this program through our archive directory, iTunes or Stitcher Radio, it is advised you begin with program 1 and follow the podcasts in their original order.

For more information on David Feder, visit: www.MyLifeAfterAnAffair.com.  For more programs related to divorce and life after divorce, visit: www.DivorceSourceRadio.com.  Send any questions or comments you might have to DivorceSourceRadio@gmail.com.

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How to Make Divorce and Separation Fair and Affordable

Becky KourlisShared cusstody on The Smart DivorceIs it possible to go to court and make the process of divorce and separation fair and affordable, less acrimonious and actually helpful? Find out how with Deborah Moskovitch and Steve Peck as we discuss with our guest, Justice Rebecca Love Kourlis of IAALS, access to justice, and what it means for family court litigants. Judge Kourlis is the author of more than 200 opinions and dissents during her tenure as a judge, and also spearheaded significant reforms in the judicial system relating to juries, family law and attorney regulation. Her contribution to the justice system is significant and impressive.

IAALS, the Institute for the Advancement of the American Legal System, is busy working to make the process of separation and divorce more fair, dignified and affordable.  And, most importantly, preserve families in the most positive way they can be during a difficult time.

IAALS’ Honoring Families Initiative has successfully developed an interdisciplinary model for reaching out-of-court resolutions in cases of separation and divorce.  That model is now at work at the Resource Center for Separating and Divorcing Families at the University of Denver.   They are at work tackling the challenges of the in-court divorce process, identifying the issues and compiling research on a number of fronts.  That research will help IAALS along with some of the best minds in the country to suggest real solutions to improve the system.

We explore:

  • What does access to justice mean for family court litigants
  • What are some of the access to justice issues facing family court litigants today?
  • Is cost a significant issue in family court cases?
  • How are courts and individual judges dealing with these issues
  • And much more!

If you are contemplating divorce, in the throes of divorce and not sure what to do, then you won’t want to miss the valuable information shared by Becky Kourlis.  Empower yourself with information and knowledge so that you can divorce more holistically to avoid the pain and scars that can emerge!

Questions, comments, suggestions:

Robert.P.Thompson@du.edu or IAALS@du.edu

For more ideas on divorce reform and what you can do see Deborah’s article in the Huffington Post –Solving the Problem of Divorce, Have Your Say!

For more information on Deborah Moskovitch visit: www.thesmartdivorce.com.  And for more programs on divorce and life after divorce, visit: www.DivorceSourceRadio.com.

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Protect Your Children During Divorce

Shared cusstody on The Smart DivorceChildren_DivorceJanuary has been dubbed “divorce month” — and with good reason. It shows a higher number of divorce filings than any other month. Going through a divorce during the holidays can be emotionally draining, which is why many people don’t do it – they put it off until January. People don’t want to upset the status quo, rituals or routines over the holiday season; they want a peaceful Christmas, Hanukkah, festive season or happy New Year’s. They also don’t want their children to associate the holidays with their parents divorce – that certainly is putting their children’s best interest first.  And then after soul searching and reflection during this time, many realize that they don’t want to spend another year with their spouse, as soon as the holidays are over they make this life changing decision, and file.

Rosalind Sedacca

Rosalind Sedacca

Join Deborah Moskovitch and Steve Peck as we discuss with our guest, Rosalind Sedacca smarter ways to begin the divorce process, especially when you’ve got kids.  Rosalind shares with us information about International Child-Centered Divorce Month, which is commemorated every January. This month divorcing and divorced parents can access free coaching, books, video programs and other gifts – all free – from divorce experts around the world. Deborah offers something special there too!

Tune in to find out how you can take advantage of this very special offer.

And, there’s a bonus for The Smart Divorce and Divorce Source Radio Listeners.  Order now to receive 25% off the already low price.  Email Deborah  for more information and to place your order.  Click herefor more information.

For more information on Rosalind Sedacca visit: http://www.childcentereddivorce.com.  For more information on Deborah Moskovitch, visit: www.thesmartdivorce.com.  And for more program on divorce and life after divorce, visit: www.DivorceSourceRadio.com.

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Hope After Divorce

Divorce Source RadioDivorce is never easy, and most of us aren’t prepared to handle all that comes along with it.

hopelogo2How will you deal with being alone after years of marriage?  What do you tell your children and how can you be a role model to them during this very tough time?  How can you make ends meet with half the money you used to have?  And how will you pick up the pieces and move on to a new life with healthier relationships? These are just a few of the questions one faces when going through divorce.

On this episode of Single Again! Now What? Joanie Winberg and Steve Peck introduce you to a new website designed to help you survive your divorce.  It’s the Divorce Support Center at: www.HopeAfterDivorce.org.

HopeBookCo founders Lisa LaBelle and Amy Osmond Cook join us to introduce their new website, and most importantly, offer hope.

If you’re thinking the name Osmond sounds familiar and wondering if Amy is any relation to the famous Donny and Marie Osmond you’re spot on.  Amy Osmond Cook is their niece, and like Lisa, Amy has experienced divorce first-hand.

This is a program that’s both fun and informative and a must listen for anyone who has been there, doing, or done that.

For more on Lisa, Amy and Hope After Divorce, visit: www.HopeAfterDivorce.org.

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Women Embrace Shared Parenting

Shared cusstody on The Smart DivorceHave you heard about the new organization, Leading Women for Shared Parenting or LW4SP?  This is a group of prominent women who recognize that absent issues of abuse, neglect or abandonment, government policy and laws must be structured in such a way as to maximize the opportunity of all parents to contribute to the social, emotional, intellectual, physical, moral and spiritual development of their children.

According to Pew Research on the Huffington Post, there is yet another data point to add to the changing portrait of American parents: the number of single fathers has risen ninefold since demographers began measuring it more than 50 years ago.

Barbara Kay

Barbara Kay

Back in 1960 there were fewer than 300,000 households headed by single dads, according to an analysis of Census Bureau data released by the Pew Research Center. By 2011 that had grown to more than 2.6 million. That’s more than twice the rate of growth of single mother-led households, which quadrupled in the same period, to 8.6 million from 1.9 million.

Our guest, one of the exceptional Leading Women, Barbara Kay, a prominent Canadian journalist, shares with us her perspective on shared parenting.  “Without a presumption of equal shared parenting, the system will continue to fail children and non-custodial parents. Women are better placed to make this argument than men.”

In this episode of The Smart Divorce we discuss many issues such as:

  • What does LW4SP stand for, and what they want you to know
  • The difference between shared parenting and joint custody
  • What the current research shows about Equally Shared Parenting
  • Considerations when developing your parenting plan
  • Lots of great information about LW4SP

For more information and to find out more about Leading Women for Shared Parenting, visit http://lw4sp.org

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Having an Effortless, Extraordinary Life and Love After Divorce
Life after divorce

Laura Campbell

DSR_StevePeck_AlbumDivorce/Life Coach, Laura Campbell joins us to discuss how we can have an effortless, extraordinary life and love on Divorce Source Radio with Steve Peck.

Divorce is the dissolution of a profound and significant love relationship and while it feels like an end, is really the beginning of a journey towards attracting, creating, embracing and enjoying an effortless, extraordinary life and love.

Finding your ideal relationship can happen at any time and at any place.  However, if you are not living a life that allows you to interact with potential partners, it is going to be difficult to find one.

Topics in the program include:

  • How to go about finding an ideal relationship
  • Living a life of passion and purpose
  • The connection between healthy relationships with family and friends and your love relationships
  • The importance of being emotionally and financially healthy prior to entering into a new relationship
  • And much more.

For more on Laura Campbell and to receive her special offer for Divorce Source Radio listeners, visit: www.DiscoverTheDSpot.com

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Opposites Attract and Opposites Attack

Divorce Source RadioIt’s time for another fun and insightful program on Single Again! Now What? with Joanie WinbergLesley Hatfield, and Steve Peck!

In this episode, we discuss the adage, Opposites Attract.  However, in many such relationships, after the attraction, the opposite personalities can seem to attack.  Why do we tend to be attracted to others who are so different than us?  Do they fill the void of qualities we wish we had?  Even more interesting is how what we were once attracted to can later repel us.

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The Legal Process of Divorce Part 2 – Filing for Divorce

Family Law Questions answered on Divorce Source RadioFamily Law attorney, Henry Gornbein, continues his series, The Divorce Process.

In this episode, Henry addresses questions related to filing for divorce.  Some believe that it matters who files first.  You may be surprised with Henry’s answer.

Others feel they would be best represented by a firm that markets directly to men or women.  Henry dispels the need for a specialized law firm.

Filing is never an easy decision to make and shouldn’t be taken lightly.  Henry provides information and insight for anyone considering divorce in this important legal series.

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