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I’m Divorced… Now What? – A To-Do List – Men’s Divorce Podcast

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About This Episode

Executive/Managing Partner and CEO, Scott Trout, is joined by Senior Litigation Attorney, Chelsea Williamson to provide practical guidance and support for men seeking to rebuild their lives after divorce. During the divorce process, it can be difficult to think about what happens after. Often, men are left feeling lost and unsure of the next steps. From legal and financial considerations to emotional well-being and co-parenting strategies, we cover essential tasks that will set you on the path to success.

Tune in as Mr. Trout and Ms. Williamson guide you through updating legal documents, managing finances, rebuilding your support network, prioritizing self-care, and embracing personal growth opportunities. Their advice and insights will empower you to make informed decisions, lay a solid foundation for your future, and navigate the challenges of life after divorce with confidence and resilience.

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Cordell & Cordell
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Cordell & Cordell was co-founded in 1990 by Joseph E. Cordell and his wife, Yvonne, as a general practice firm with a focus on men’s divorce and family law.

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