“Top 5 Mistakes Divorcing Parents Make” with Trey Ishee

Doctor Trey Ishee of Southeast Psych joins the podcast this week to discuss common mistakes divorcing parents make. Trey shares personal anecdotes from his career as well as a number of strategies to overcome these common mistakes and/or avoid them all together. While openly embracing pop culture and superheroes, Trey provides psychotherapy to children, families, and parents. His training, research, and …

What a Private Investigator Can Do for You with PI Jan Barefoot

Suspected infidelity, child custody actions, divorce actions, and domestic violence are just a few of the reasons a person may consider hiring a private investigator. In this episode, your host and guide, Charlotte Family Law Attorney Leigh Sellers, sits down with Private Investigator Jan Barefoot, founder of Barefoot Professional Investigations. Based in Charlotte, North Carolina, Barefoot Professional Investigations has been providing …

“How to Divorce a Narcissist” with Breta Collins

Breta Collins of Dilworth Counseling is back to discuss the unpleasant task of divorcing a narcissist. The Mayo Clinic defines narcissistic personality disorder as a mental condition in which people have an inflated sense of their own importance, a deep need for excessive attention and admiration, troubled relationships, and a lack of empathy for others. In this episode, Breta helps you formulate …

“Where Will I Live?” with Real Estate Broker Diane McDermott

Purchasing a home after a divorce can be an overwhelming process. Adding stress to the process, this is often the first time a person has bought a home by themselves. Struggling with this process after her own divorce, Diane McDermott has focused her Real Estate business on being a resource and a guide for women during the home buying process. Diane has also authored …

Financial Pitfalls in Divorce with Beth Gregg, Certified Divorce Financial Analyst

One of my goals when working with a divorcing client is to help them create a positive financial future for themselves after divorce. I do that by collaborating with professional Financial Analysts like Beth Gregg. Beth is a Certified Divorce Financial Analyst with Fairview Strategic Partners and has been providing financial consulting for more than 20 years in Charlotte, North Carolina. You …

How Do We Tell the Kids? With Breta Collins, Marriage & Family Therapist

For some parents, the prospect of telling their children about the decision to divorce can be among the most difficult parts of the process. What do we tell them? How much do we tell them? Are there things we shouldn’t say? Do we talk to them together or individually? How do we discuss this in a way that is developmentally appropriate …

What a Private Investigator Can Do for You with PI Jan Barefoot

Suspected infidelity, child custody actions, divorce actions, and domestic violence are just a few of the reasons a person may consider hiring a private investigator. In this episode, your host and guide, Charlotte Family Law Attorney Leigh Sellers, sits down with Private Investigator Jan Barefoot, founder of Barefoot Professional Investigations. Based in Charlotte, North Carolina, Barefoot Professional Investigations has been providing …

Divorce, Debt, & Bankruptcy with Attorney Heather Culp

While many people are familiar with divorce stemming from infidelity, abuse, addiction, or growing apart, what’s not often discussed is the toll that financial stress can take on a marriage. Job loss, illness, disability, student loans, poor financial planning, and changes in the economy can all lead an otherwise happy couple down the path of separation and divorce. Click here to call …

Co-Parenting: What Is It and How Do You Achieve It?

Co-parenting is a concept where both parents continue parenting the children in much the same way as when the family lived under one roof. When both parents are committed to the process, co-parenting can provide a far more rewarding and enriching life for your children than any scenario a court could choose for your family. In this episode, your host and …

Should I Hire a PI?

In divorce situations, private investigators are often called upon to help build a case and establish certain facts that are important to a client. However, what many clients don’t know is that not all private investigators are created equal. Depending on what you’re trying to prove (unreported income, extramarital affairs, drug/alcohol abuse), very specific private investigators may be necessary. In this episode, your …