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The Divorce Sucks! Podcast Hosted By Laura Wasser


Family Law Attorney Laura Wasser answers questions, shares anecdotes and chats with every-day-people, innovative thought-leaders and celebrities about breaking up, getting divorced and moving on. There's no way around it…divorce sucks…but it doesn't have to be that way!

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Divorce Sucks! Even For Family Law Attorneys

    

This week Laura and fellow Family Law Attorney Stacy Feinberg sit down to discuss Stacy’s stand up comedy, court house parking, online divorce and when you might need to hire an attorney.  The two attorneys discuss what to expect when you’re getting divorced and some of the ways spouses can save money when dissolving their marriages.  On the Sunny Side Up Report, Laura and Johnnie thank millennials for driving down the divorce rate, but how long will that last?

Divorce Attorney Stacy Feinberg is the head of the Family Law division at Cypress LLP in Los Angeles.  She brings 15 years of sophisticated civil litigation and family law experience to her firm in the areas of asset division, spousal support and division of complicated business entities. She’s recognized by Super Lawyers as a Rising Star for Family Law, she’s a published writer and a former stand-up comedienne.  She’s written for GalTime.com and her article about sperm donation laws has been featured on HuffingtonPost

Divorce Sucks isn’t just a fact, it’s also the name of this podcast. It’s true, we talk about getting divorced and breaking up with people on the show, but we believe the best is yet to come.  Yesterday is gone and tomorrow hasn’t happened yet. Today in the present is what matters, and today Laura Wasser is in the studio with California Divorce Attorney Stacy Feinberg.  One of the things we want you to come away with after listening to this download, is a better understanding of the divorce process so you can make the best decision when you’re deciding between paying an attorney to represent you or keeping your money and mediating your own dissolution.

As Ralph Waldo Emerson said, “…our greatest glory is not in never failing, but in rising up every time we fail

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