Regina DeMeo, a top family law attorney in Maryland and DC interviews Ken D'Angelo, the founder of Target Investigations, which is based in the DC Area and specializes in assisting law firms and individuals with surveillance and gathering evidence for cases involving infidelity, custody, or claims of addiction. Ken explains tactics used as well as common mistakes clients should avoid.
Regina DeMeo, a top family law attorney in Maryland and DC interviews Sandra Radna, an experienced matrimonial lawyer in NYC, who recently authored the book "You're Getting Divorced... Now What?" They discuss the importance of having a plan and controlling one's emotions, as well as what to expect from judges and your attorney. Having the right expectations is key, including understanding that it's a long game, not a short game.
In this episode, Leah Jones, Director of Financial Planning for Hightower Bethesda, talks to Regina DeMeo, a family law attorney. Regina has worked with family law issues for 22 years, serving her clients to make divorce easier and more cost-effective as they work towards a resolution. She shares what an amicable divorce looks like and the difference between mediation and a collaborative approach. She also discusses how the COVID-19 pandemic has affected the process.
Regina DeMeo a divorce attorney in Maryland and DC interviews Dr. Elizabeth Cohen aka the "Divorce Doctor" in NYC. Dr. Cohen explains the difference between working with a divorce coach and a psychologist. Therapists are able to not just focus on crisis management, but can help you take a deeper look into your behaviors and the past in order to focus on what you really need to thrive. Accepting the marriage is over, and moving forward is ultimately the only logical way forward. Together, they share some dating tips, including checking on past tax liens, divorces or criminal records for any potential new partner. Know what it is you need, and hold out for the love you deserve.
Regina DeMeo, a top family law attorney in MD and DC with over 20 years of experience, interviews psycho-therapist Robin Tucker, who provides 6 key indicators you are in a toxic relationship and explains the importance of no-contact after you exit. To help you heal and move forward, Robin provides several resources.
Regina DeMeo, a top divorce attorney in Maryland and DC, interviews Tina Swithin, founder of One Mom's Battle and author of Divorcing a Narcissist. Together they discuss the tactics people with a high conflict personality use post-separation to abuse those that leave them, especially when there is a custody battle. People need to document the harassment, stalking, financial abuse and any parental neglect as part of a long-game strategy and be prepared for attempts at isolation and on going legal abuse.
While divorce may be triggered by anger, holding onto anger in the form of resentment can lead to a longer, more expensive divorce that is more painful for the children as well as everyone involved. Regina explains how forgiveness can save us time, money, and energy in the divorce process.
Regina DeMeo, a top divorce attorney in Maryland and DC interviews Rich Heller, a parenting coach who shares tips for parents that are separated or plan to separate after the holidays. Together, these professionals provide parents with insight into major pitfalls to avoid for the sake of the children.
Regina DeMeo, a top divorce attorney in Maryland and DC, interviews Evan Schein, a top family law litigator in NYC. Together, they discuss the impact of COVID on cases involving custody or divorce, including the backlog that courts are experiencing and tips for streamlining the process.
Financially Ever After – Learning how to forgive to achieve a better outcome in your divorce proceedings
Regina DeMeo is a top matrimonial attorney and mediator and has regularly appeared as a legal commentator on TV, radio, and print. For over 2 decades she has been helping families with a variety of legal issues. She joins Stacy Francis today to help listeners as she shares the secret ingredient to preserving family wealth, goodwill, and relationships.