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Family Law Group Chair Leanne Townsend is the proud host of Divorcing Well, a podcast focused on sharing legal and other helpful information for those who are going through separation and divorce, and The Dish on Divorce, a YouTube show where she chats all things divorce with Mediator Jennifer Barkin.

Here’s what you might have missed from the past month:


Divorcing Well Podcast

The 4 Relationship Seasons with Allison Villa

In this week’s episode of Divorcing Well, Leanne was joined by Allison Villa who is a psychotherapist, relationship expert, creator of The 4 Relationship Seasons, and host of the Couplehood podcast.

They discussed what the 4 Relationship Seasons are, why every couple goes through them, and why naming them is empowering and provides clarity for couples. Allison provided helpful information for couples who are married, separated and even divorced.

Identifying these seasons and how they affect your relationship helps provide direction for moving forward. To contact Allison, please visit: www.allisonvilla.com.

How to Coparent a Child With Behavioral Problems With Kimball Lewis

In today’s episode of Divorcing Well, Leanne chatted with Kimball Lewis of Empowering Parents about how to coparent a child with behavioral problems.

Coparenting after divorce can be challenging enough.

However, when you and your ex-spouse don’t get along, perhaps parent differently and you have a child with behavioral problems, the challenge of coparenting can be extremely difficult.

Kimball provided some tips and great advice on how to best navigate this extremely challenging situation

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