Speaker Lee Israch Wright
Lee talks about a solution that has worked well for her and her ex-husband for managing kids expenses jointly in a simple, transparent and very hands-off method. The idea with the shared bank account is that both parties contribute to it each month and both have access to all the transactions so there is complete transparency. They work together to determine when they need to add more to the account if expenses for the kids increase for certain unexpected expenses. There is no need to save receipts, chase each other down for re-payment or constant back and forth about who paid for what.
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is the settlement agreement that you come up
with to finalize your divorce


for you and your ex to make your life run
as smooth and easily as possible so there 


MSA and one of the things that worked 


so we agreed we would both contribute 


time and frustration on oh I paid for the braces
this month you owe me or trying to keep receipts 


we would just get low because we had unexpected
things hit the bank account and um I would just uh 


I did on choosing your battles I just always
let things like that go but um it works it’s 


 devise systems that will make co-parenting

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Hosted by Lee Wright
Certified Divorce Coach

Season EBB & Flow Podcast Be Isnpired

I am a Divorce Coach and I work with my clients and community in many different areas to continue to heal and grow through the divorce process and in the years post-divorce.

This Podcast will talk about every aspect that I believe is helpful for both men and women who are navigating the choppy waters of the divorce itself, the gentle waves of healing that must take place as the divorce storm subsides and then the beautiful horizon as you look at the sun setting over the horizon and define what you want your future to look like in this next season of