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More Listener Questions! How to Split a Toaster • Season 9 • Episode 912

More Listener Questions!

In this listener question episode of How to Split a Toaster, Seth Nelson and Pete Wright tackle some of the most pressing issues faced by those navigating the complexities of divorce. From the potential pitfalls of divorce coaching to the challenges of running a business with your ex-spouse, Seth and Pete provide insightful guidance and practical advice to help you navigate your unique situation.

Throughout the episode, Seth and Pete delve into a wide range of topics, discussing the importance of seeking mental health support during a high-conflict divorce, the nuances of maintaining a business partnership with an ex-spouse, and the factors that can influence custody arrangements. By addressing these key themes, Seth and Pete aim to equip listeners with the knowledge and tools they need to make informed decisions and protect their interests during the divorce process.

Listener Questions we answer in this episode:

  • Is divorce coaching a good idea in a high-conflict case?
  • How can couples separate their marriage but keep their business together?
  • Can the age of a child alone justify changes in custody arrangements?
  • What can you do if your ex refuses to accept a fair settlement offer?
  • What are some less obvious things to include in a parenting plan?

Key Takeaways:

  • In a high-conflict divorce, it’s best to avoid divorce coaching and opt for confidential mental health counseling instead.
  • When maintaining a business with an ex-spouse, a solid partnership agreement and transparency are essential.
  • Age of the child alone is not typically considered a substantial change in circumstances warranting custody modifications.

Whether you’re considering divorce coaching, grappling with the challenges of running a business with your ex, or concerned about the impact of your child’s age on custody arrangements, this episode of How to Split a Toaster offers a wealth of valuable insights. By tuning in, you’ll gain a deeper understanding of the legal and emotional landscape of divorce, empowering you to make the best decisions for yourself and your family during this challenging time.

Links & Notes

Seth Nelson is a Tampa based family lawyer known for devising creative solutions to difficult problems. In How to Split a Toaster, Nelson and co-host Pete Wright take on the challenge of divorce with a central objective — saving your most important relationships with your family, your former spouse, and yourself.