Get the action steps and support you need to not suck at getting divorced. Hosted by Morgan Stogsdill, a top family law attorney and Andrea Rappaport, a social media personality and comedian. New experts on each week!
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This podcast is a must listen if you are thinking about divorce. Save yourself the headache and get the information upfront to protect and prepare yourself. These ladies deliver great information in a way that is easy to understand and very entertaining. That truly care and it shows.
I would be lost without this podcast and I’m so glad to have stumbled upon it.
It keeps you open minded and to actually look at things differently or shed a new light on a matter.
Newly joined and have found this dynamic duo to be very helpful as well as entertaining! They give levity to a very painful process!
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How Not To Suck At Divorce launched 2 years ago and published 89 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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