Speaker Damon Weiss
Lee sat down with Damon to chat about things to think about when choosing which Divorce attorney to hire and how to avoid ending up in an endless litigation process that costs way too much money. They also cover best practices on how to best communicate with your attorney and use their hourly rate effectively. Lee shares a bit about her personal divorce experience.
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managing partner of the law firm in Maitland,
Florida, called Weissgreener and Barnett


everyone may have skeletons. Not everyone has
skeletons. But certainly there’s things


That kind of thing. Or what percentage is mommy
going to pay versus Daddy going to pay? Right. 


financial expert sometimes who’s going to help us
talk about your alimony needs or your ability to  pay alimony


be in your best interest to help end the divorce.
Correct. I feel like my ex’s attorney wanted us 


everything is going somewhat smoothly. And in the
beginning, I know that my ex kind of felt like 


everything is going somewhat smoothly. And in the
beginning, I know that my ex kind of felt like  he got screwed in mediation


and it had been a 27 year marriage, and there was
essentially no assets. These people have lived on  every dollar


and I say, you should take it. You should  probably get a second opinion.


you’re going to save yourself a ton of money.
Yeah, that’s why I try to help a ton of money. 


There are lawyers in town who only prefer  to do collaborative and there are lawyers who  only prefer to do litigation.


lot of sense. People come into me all the time and
they say, oh, is this good for collaborative?


lawyers a lot of times use whoever they like and  don’t get along

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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