How to Split a Toaster

How to Split a Toaster episode 612: Steven Petrow

Marriage Equality and Divorce Equality with Author Steven Petrow

September 27, 2022

Award-winning journalist and best-selling author Steven Petrow joins Seth and Pete on the Toaster today to discuss divorce between same-sex couples. The law is the law is the law, but there’s a lot more to it than just that. We’ve got a lot to talk about in this episode and we know you’ll enjoy it, so tune in!

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How to Split a Toaster episode 611

Navigating Disagreements Over Vaccinations and More with Lisa Zeiderman

September 20, 2022

Lisa Zeiderman joins Seth and Pete to talk about the challenges when you change over time. It can lead to divorce. It can also lead to difficult situations like arguments about whether to get your child vaccinated. People change, but it makes things complicated during divorce and we’re here to talk about it.

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How to Split a Toaster ep 610

De-Escalating Conflict in the Divorce Process (and Beyond…) with Doug Noll

September 13, 2022

De-escalating conflict is a hard skill to master but even more challenging when you’re going through a divorce. Doug Noll, the de-escalation expert, joins Seth and Pete on the show today to give you some understanding about why you’re losing your head, how to recognize it, and how to de-escalate.

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How to Split a Toaster episode 609

Behavioral Change Before, During, and After the Divorce Process with Kurt Nelson

September 6, 2022

Joining Seth and Pete in today’s episode, we have behavioral scientist Kurt Nelson joining in to discuss the challenges of changing behaviors, particularly during the divorce process. How does this affect you? Tune in!

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How to Split a Toaster episode 608

What the Hell Are QDROs and How Do I Deal With Them in My Divorce? with Matt Lundy

August 30, 2022

What do you do when your divorce involves a QDRO? Do you even know what that means or who to reach out to? Luckily, our guest on today’s episode has the inside scoop. Join Seth and Pete as they talk with Matt Lundy about QDROs and how to navigate the world of sorting out money in your various retirement accounts.

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How to Split a Toaster episode 607

Helping Your Children Deal with Grief from the Divorce with Sara Hadgraft

August 23, 2022

Sara Hadgraft joins Seth on today’s show to talk about the complex process of helping your children deal with grief as you go through your divorce. They talk about seven ways to help your children grieve your divorce along with many other topics.

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How to Split a Toaster episode 606

Violence in the Divorce Process with Sabrina Osso from Osso Safe

August 16, 2022

Sabrina Osso from Osso Safe joins Seth and Pete to talk about violence in the divorce process, how to recognize when you’re being abused, how to talk to your lawyer about your abuse, helping friends who are being abused, and more.

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How to Split a Toaster episode 605 • Judge Wesley Tibbals

A Judge’s Perspective on Divorce Court: Chatting with Judge Wesley Tibbals

August 9, 2022

May it please the court! We’ve got a special guest today who knows a thing or two about the workings of divorce court, and that’s because he’s a judge! That’s right, we figured it was about time that we had an actual judge on to make sure we’re not just making stuff up. Judge Wesley Tibbals talks with Pete and Seth today about life behind the bench in divorce court.

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How to Split a Toaster • Season 6 • Episode 4 • Neale Godfrey

Figuring Out the Finances for You and the Kids: A Chat About Financial Empowerment with Neale Godfrey

August 2, 2022

Time for another talk about money! On today’s episode, New York Times #1 Best-Selling author Neale Godfrey joins Seth and Pete to talk about the struggles with finances post-divorce, how to deal with kids and finances, gray divorce, and more.

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How to Split a Toaster episode 603: Sarah Armstrong

Keeping Kids as the Focus: Successful Co-Parenting with Sarah Armstrong

July 26, 2022

Sarah Armstrong, author of “The Mom’s Guide to a Good Divorce,” joins Seth and Pete to talk about doing what’s best for the kids when you’re going through a divorce. From scheduling to logistics to counseling to first right of refusal, it’s a conversation full of information to help you out.

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