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Why It Is Important to Tell Your Divorce Attorney Bad Facts – Men’s Divorce Podcast

Cordell & Cordell Executive/Managing Partner, CEO Scott Trout and Nebraska Litigation Attorney Christopher Johnson discuss the importance of informing your family law attorney any bad facts that may be used against you in a divorce or child custody case.

Mr. Trout and Mr. Johnson emphasize the vitality of transparency and how attorneys can use these facts, in order to help their clients, so long as they know about them ahead of time.

Cordell & Cordell continues to produce monthly virtual town halls and frequent podcasts, answering your questions and addressing your concerns about how the virus is impacting family law.

Click the link above to listen to the full episode. Also make sure to subscribe to the podcast on iTunes or whichever podcast app you prefer.

Kelly L. Burris Talks Divorce, Support Modification During COVID-19 on FOX 26 Houston

Cordell & Cordell Partner Kelly L. Burris was interviewed by FOX 26 in Houston, Tex., discussing how divorce has been navigated during the COVID-19 pandemic. She highlights what a paying parent of spousal or child support can do, in order to find the financial relief that they are seeking, in the face of the financial ramifications of the pandemic.

Ms. Burris emphasizes the importance of patience during this tumultuous time, as well as why it is vital to file right away. With the courts being virtual, she offers tips on how to handle a virtual family court hearing.

Ms. Burris also broke down how child custody exchanges have evolved during the course of the pandemic and how the current order is the one that should be maintained, as emphasized by the United States Supreme Court.

Watch the interview below.

What to Expect During Your Initial Consultation With a Divorce Attorney – Men’s Divorce Podcast

Cordell & Cordell Executive/Managing Partner, CEO Scott Trout and New Mexico attorney Camille Pedrick highlight what to anticipate when going to an initial divorce consultation with an attorney.

Those heading into an initial consultation need to educate themselves and make the necessary preparations, prior to the meeting. Mr. Trout and Ms. Pedrick dissect the complexities of the meeting and how a productive initial consultation can benefit your case.

Cordell & Cordell continues to produce monthly webinars and virtual town halls and frequent podcasts answering your questions and addressing your concerns about how the virus is impacting family law.

Click the link above to listen to the full episode. Also make sure to subscribe to the podcast on iTunes or whichever podcast app you prefer.

Strategies in Filing for Divorce First – Men’s Divorce Podcast

Cordell & Cordell Executive/Managing Partner, CEO Scott Trout and Georgia attorney Jarvis Johnson highlight strategies involved in being the first to file for divorce.

Whether it is to freeze assets, in order to prevent a spouse from taking out money from an account, or to change the characterization of an order of protection, there are advantages to being the first to file for divorce.

Cordell & Cordell continues to produce monthly webinars and virtual town halls and frequent podcasts answering your questions and addressing your concerns about how the virus is impacting family law.

Click the link above to listen to the full episode. Also make sure to subscribe to the podcast on iTunes or whichever podcast app you prefer.

How to Maximize Your Parenting Time – Men’s Divorce Podcast

Cordell & Cordell Executive/Managing Partner, CEO Scott Trout and Arizona Litigation Attorney Jessica America break down how to maximize your parenting time after a divorce.

They emphasize the importance of creating memories, while still maintaining some semblance of a routine for children. Ms. America highlights why it is vital for dads to focus on their children during that time and avoid any distractions.

Cordell & Cordell continues to produce monthly webinars and virtual town halls and frequent podcasts answering your questions and addressing your concerns about how the virus is impacting family law.

Click the link above to listen to the full episode. Also make sure to subscribe to the podcast on iTunes or whichever podcast app you prefer.