How to Split a Toaster

How to Split a Toaster episode 515

What’s the Scoop with Prenups? Understanding Prenuptial Agreements

May 24, 2022

Seth and Pete talk about the world of prenups, better known as prenuptial agreements. But there’s also postnups. What’s the difference? And do prenups really equate to a higher chance of getting divorced?

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How to Split a Toaster - episode 514

Finding Love Again When Your Picker’s Broken with Matchmaker April Davis

May 17, 2022

April Davis, matchmaker extraordinaire and owner of LUMA – Luxury Matchmaking – joins Seth and Pete today to talk about finding that connection after you’re done with your divorce.

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How to Split a Toaster: Brittany and the Blisstones

Surviving Your Last Marriage’s Half-Life with Brittany Bliss & Reid Givens from Brittany and the Blisstones

May 10, 2022

Brittany Bliss and Reid Givens, the musical couple behind Brittany and the Blisstones, join Pete and Seth to discuss their experience navigating dual divorces, family separations, and how they rebuilt their lives and identities together – after building lives for nearly two decades with other partners came to an end.

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How to Split a Toaster, guest Karen Covy

It’s Not an Oil Change: Using Divorce Road Map 2.0 with Karen Covy

May 3, 2022

Pete & Seth are joined by divorce professional Karen Covy to talk about her Divorce Road Map 2.0 and the challenges of turning the emotions during a divorce into an intellectual focus. It’s all about using your divorce lawyer more smartly.

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How to Split a Toaster, season 5 episode 11

Divorce in the Military with Attorney Paul Phipps

April 26, 2022

Seth and Pete are joined by fellow attorney at Nelson Law Group Paul Phipps, a former US Army Military Policeman, to talk about divorce in the military.

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How to Split a Toaster: Aviva Pinto

Navigating Financial Infidelity with Wealthspire’s Aviva Pinto

April 19, 2022

Infidelity is never a word someone wants to hear when it relates to their own marriage, but did you know that could apply to the bank accounts too? Today, we talk with Aviva Pinto, a Managing Director and member of the Advisory Committee at Wealthspire Advisors, about financial infidelity. We also dig into rebuilding your credit and alimony as well.

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How to Split a Toaster: Mary Joye

Codependent No More! with Licensed Mental Health Counselor Mary Joye

April 12, 2022

Seth and Pete look at co-dependency in relationships today with their guest Mary Joye, licensed mental health counselor and Florida Supreme Court Certified Family Mediator. What happens when support in a marriage turns unhealthy? How can co-dependent behavior impact the marriage process? And the divorce process? And why don’t we start calling it pathological altruism, which is what it is?

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How to Split a Toaster – Cherie Morris

De-Escalating Conflict with Divorce Coach Cherie Morris

April 5, 2022

Seth and Pete are joined this week by divorce coach Cherie Morris to talk about de-escalating conflict. What part of the divorce process is most ripe for conflict? How do you learn to let go of control and accept things as they are? And how do you figure out if your’e the one causing high conflict?

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Check Your Local Jurisdiction with Courtney Shepard

So Similar Yet So Different: Check Your Local Jurisdiction with Courtney Shepard

March 29, 2022

We say it in pretty much every episode – “Check your local jurisdiction.” But what does that really mean? Why are there such diverse differences from state to state? Family law specialist Courtney Shepard joins us from so we can dig into why laws are so different from jurisdiction to jurisdiction and how you can navigate them in your own divorce.

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How to Split a Toaster episode 506: Michael Lundy, opposing counsel

Two Sides to Everything: Duking It Out with Opposing Counsel Michael Lundy

March 22, 2022

You always hear about the notorious ‘opposing counsel,’ but are they like you’ve seen in the movies and TV? Michael Lundy has been on the opposite side of the table from Seth, so we invited him on this episode to help us all better understand what to expect from the other side and why you don’t want to go to trial.

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