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Religion and Divorce – Men’s Divorce Podcast

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About This Episode

Join our host, Scott Trout, the CEO and Executive/Managing Partner of Cordell & Cordell, and his guest, Matthew Branson, Cordell & Cordell Litigation Attorney, as they explore the crossroads between divorce and religious beliefs.

In this episode, Mr. Trout and Mr. Branson delve into the topic of divorce and religion, exploring the intricate ways these two aspects intersect and their implications. They examine the influence of religious values on the decision to divorce, the impact on child custody arrangements, and the emotional complexities that arise.

During this episode, the pair will shed light on various aspects, including the intersection of religious doctrine and divorce laws, potential conflicts between religious principles and legal requirements, and the role of religious institutions in divorce proceedings. They provide guidance on navigating these sensitive dynamics and offer strategies for finding a balance between religious beliefs and the legal aspects of divorce.

If you are facing divorce and not sure where to turn, contact a Cordell & Cordell divorce attorney.

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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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