New podcast: Breaking Good - Rethinking Separation and Divorce
Introducing Breaking Good, the new Forsters' podcast. Comedian Marcus Brigstocke teams up with leading family lawyer Jo Edwards and members of Forsters' Family team to demystify the divorce and separation process. An informative and entertaining guide to modern family law.
In the first episode of our new podcast series, Marcus and Jo are joined by top family lawyer Rosie Schumm to talk about common misconceptions about family law, divorce during COVID and the lure of Ally McBeal...
Co-hosts Marcus Brigstocke and Head of Family, Jo Edwards are joined by up-and-coming family lawyer Jamie Gaw to talk all things no fault divorce, set to take effect in 2021. They dissect all that's wrong with the current divorce system, the arguments that led to change, how the new law will operate in practice and some rather unusual behaviour particulars (one spouse cooking another spouse tuna casserole every night being one)…
Co-hosts Marcus Brigstocke and Head of Family, Jo Edwards are joined by preeminent family lawyer Simon Blain to talk about how to prioritise children’s needs during separation and divorce. They explore how parents can best work together to protect children from any fall-out, the different and creative child arrangements they have seen, how to take account of a child's wishes and the kindness of surrogate mothers.
Co-hosts Marcus Brigstocke and Head of Family, Jo Edwards are re-joined by family lawyer Rosie Schumm to talk all things nuptial agreement-related. From debunking some common myths, to sharing tips on how to broach the subject with your other half, and discussing why they aren't as unromantic or as new a concept as you might think – it's all here.
Co-hosts Marcus Brigstocke and Head of Family, Jo Edwards are joined once again by Rosie Schumm to talk about going to court to sort out money issues on divorce. They explore when involving the court is the right thing to do, the process, what powers the court has and why it's usually not as melodramatic as movies would have us believe….
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Coming to a decision to separate or divorce is difficult and often distressing. For many, the process that lies ahead is a mystery and it is assumed that it will be confrontational and drawn-out. However, there is in fact a wide range of forward-thinking, constructive approaches to resolving the issues flowing from your divorce or separation.