Family Law

Colorado LLP Program Implementation Update with Maha Kamal | Episode 121

September 18,2022

A lot has happened since our episode on the Limited License Paraprofessional’s program (LLP), a program that will authorize paraprofessionals to help solve simple divorce cases. So today, we are joined, once again, by Maha Kamal to update us on the program’s developments. As you may remember, Maha is the founding attorney of the Colorado Family Law Project and […]

Enforcing Court Orders without Filing for Contempt with Halleh Omidi, Esq. | Episode 120

September 17,2022

The most frequent types of complaints we receive from clients are issues of non-compliance. Filing for contempt of court is a common approach when dealing with non-compliance; however, this leads to rising tensions that make dealing with future issues and co-parenting difficult.  In today’s episode, Halleh Omidi, a family lawyer from Denver, discusses options to enforce […]

Navigating Divorce, Setting Boundaries, and Co-Parenting with a Narcissist or Difficult Ex with Karen McMahon | Episode 119

September 16,2022

Figuring out a co-parenting plan can be difficult enough in a divorce, but when your ex-spouse is a narcissist, it can make it even more complicated. This week, we are revisiting our conversation with divorce coach Karen McMahon about issues that can arise when co-parenting with a narcissist or a difficult ex. Karen has been a divorce […]

Psychological Testing in a Custody Battle with John Zervopoulos | Episode 118

September 15,2022

The subject of parental responsibilities evaluators (PREs) and child and family investigators (CFIs) have been touched on in our podcast before. Today we welcome back John Zervopoulos to do a deep dive on these areas of psychological testing and important things lawyers need to know about them. John does a great job of contextualizing the comparing of […]

Co-Parent Coaching with Jackie Deam | Episode 117

September 14,2022

Divorce can cause a lot of harm to children, but it doesn’t have to. Joining us today is someone who knows the ins and outs of this topic from a personal and professional perspective. Jackie Deam is a lawyer, mediator, and co-parent coach, who went through 5 divorces between both of her parents when she was a […]

Forensic Accounting & the Divorce Money Guide with Tracy Coenen, CPA | Episode 116

September 13,2022

If you’ve found yourself asking the question, “Where did my money go?” this episode is for you! Our guest, Tracy Coenen, is a no-nonsense forensic accountant whose job is to look at bank statements, loan statements, credit card statements, and the like, to determine whether there are any improper expenditures being made.  During this episode, Tracy […]

Take the High Road with Andy Heller | Episode 115

September 13,2022

Joining us today to talk about the book his own divorce journey inspired, is Andy Heller, a real-life “Eric Wolf” who’s reached the other side and aims to help others through the process. Andy is a successful businessman with two real estate books under his belt, and who had neither the need nor intention to write […]

Calculating Net Spendable Income with Boris Sobolev | Episode 114

September 07,2022

Determining financial support in a divorce can be emotionally draining and overwhelming, but it does not have to be. Today, we talk about everything maintenance, to help listeners navigate the process and provide insight to ensure you get the best agreement possible. We have covered this topic before in Episode 77, but today we take a […]

Navigating a High-Conflict Divorce with Dr. Les Katz | Episode 113

July 13,2022

No divorce is easy, but some are a lot more challenging than others. Exceptionally difficult divorces are referred to as high conflict, and in today’s episode, we are joined by an expert on this topic, Dr. Les Katz. Les is a psychologist who spent many years as a therapist working with families, and who now […]

Measuring Value in Trust Interests and Expert Witnesses on Trusts with Gerard Deffenbaugh, Esq. | Episode 112

July 13,2022

Determining the value of an estate during divorce proceedings is incredibly complex, requiring experts to effectively and fairly evaluate such aspects. In the context of divorce, calculating interest from a trust can be particularly challenging. Today’s expert is Gerard Deffenbaugh, whose practice focuses on estate planning/administration, and trust administration. He often serves as the consulting expert […]

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