Mar 15
Navigating The Legal and Emotional Challenge of Divorce
Regardless of gender, age, years of marriage, children and resources, facing a divorce is a difficult and complex journey. Whether you wanted the divorce or resisted it, divorce demands important decision making at a very emotional time. It is a journey that no one should take alone.

On this show, Attorney Ralph Hockberg draws upon his 40 years of practice to provide listeners with important guidelines and considerations for navigating the challenges of divorce. In his back and forth with host, Dr. Suzanne Phillips, he answers questions about finding an attorney, when to use a mediator, decisions about children, the differences between legal, residential and joint custody, ideas for resolving impasses, the timing of dating again, the pressure of sharing assets and the need to prevent children of any age from becoming the collateral damage of divorce. This show is an important resource for listeners.

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