Media Coverage2021-10-13T16:07:26-04:00

Since June 2010, when the Washington Post first featured Regina and her approach to family law cases, she has routinely appeared in the media as a legal commentator on a variety of matrimonial issues.  Her former tv show, “Making It Last” for MMCTV focused on helping families tackle major issues using local experts and resources in the  MD area.  She has appeared on ABC tv, Sirius XM and Good Morning America, as well as countless articles and blogs across the country, and was cited as a relationship expert in Ellen McCarthy’s “The Real Thing” and Wendy Paris’ “Splitopia.”

Tips For Thriving Post-Divorce

February 16th, 2021|Categories: Media Coverage|

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.

Exiting A Toxic Relationship

February 2nd, 2021|Categories: Media Coverage|

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.

Don’t Just Survive, But Thrive Post-Divorce

January 17th, 2021|Categories: Blog|Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , |

Divorce sucks, regardless of whether it was mutual, you initiated it or the decision was made for you. Legal experts can help you separate your assets and financial obligations, [...]

What Does Post-Separation Abuse Look Like?

January 9th, 2021|Categories: Blog|Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , |

For most unhappy couples, the tension between them dissipates once they are in separate residences or soon after their legal issues are resolved either by agreement or in court. [...]

Leaving a Narcissist and Post-Separation Abuse

January 8th, 2021|Categories: Media Coverage|

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.

Forgiveness in the Divorce Process with Regina De Meo

December 22nd, 2020|Categories: Media Coverage|

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.

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