Have you ever heard of a divorce attorney’s own journey through divorce? Without someone deciding to be vulnerable and share that story with us all, we can be quick to assume that a personal divorce would feel like standard practice for a professional. But that’s just not the case.
Dr. Elizabeth Cohen recently had a conversation with Susan Guthrie, a family and mediation attorney and owner of Divorce in a Better Way. Susan shared personal stories from her own divorce which beautifully paints the picture that everyone going through a divorce experiences the same emotions and seasons.
But Susan’s perspective has created a greater hope that you can have a better divorce. In my most recent episode of The Divorce Doctor, Susan and I discuss how to recognize when a marriage won’t work, what it’s like to get back to work if you weren’t working before the divorce, and how to care for yourself throughout the process. Susan shares a lot of great insight that you won’t want to miss!
Susan Guthrie is one of the top family law and mediation attorneys in the country. That's why I'm so excited to have her on the show today to discuss how you can avoid spending tons of money going to court as a divorced couple and do the right thing for your kids. For over 30 years, Susan has helped families and individuals navigate divorce, separation, co-parenting, and everything that comes along with divorce involving children.
In this interview with fellow family law attorney, Christina Previte, Susan discusses her role as a lawyer and disruptor in the field. Susan's passion for training other professionals in mediation and online skills has taken the dispute resolution field by storm and she and Christina cover it all and more!
In this episode, Susan Guthrie, a practicing attorney, litigator and mediator for over 30 years, explains her passion for family law and why she stopped practicing and created Divorce in a Better Way and How To Mediate Online.
Susan sits with Host, Rich Heller, to discuss the many benefits to couple and a family of mediating a divorce or separation and further, how that mediation can be conducted totally online!
In this informational episode, Ash sits down with Susan Guthrie, a lawyer, and expert on divorce and family law to discuss what a prenuptial is and whether you need one or not. If you are thinking of getting married, this is a must listen episode!
Is it possible to mediate a high-conflict divorce? This episode features Susan Guthrie, nationally recognized family law mediator and attorney, pioneer in online mediation, trainer, podcast host, and speaker. Susan shares that the key component of freedom in the context of high-conflict divorce is to accept that your (former) spouse will not change and to take responsibility for “your side of the street.”
The scariest part of divorce is that fight to the finish - the one where you're hoping to get everything you want, but the thought of having to negotiate and argue your way through it sounds as daunting as can be.
Enter Susan Guthrie, Esq, top family law attorney and mediator with over 30 years experience. It's her experience, coupled with her commitment to helping uncoupling couples work through "divorce in a better way," that makes her a stand-out in the divorce community.
And lucky for us, she's sharing her tips on making it to the divorce finish line - negotiations an all - as smoothly as possible.
You're going to love these tips, especially Susan's outlook on divorce being an opportunity - a good one
April was legal month on The Divorce Survival Guide podcast. In this episode with "one of my favorite people on the planet" Susan Guthrie joins Kate Anthony to talk about mediation and divorce. Susan is a nationally recognized Top Family Law and Mediation Attorney, and has been helping individuals and families navigate separation and divorce for 30 years.
Divorce can truly be the greatest gift that we can give ourselves. Many people going through it are so focused on what they think they’ve lost, that they are completely unaware of what they are gaining.
This leads to them focusing on the past and seeking some way to punish themselves or their soon-to-be ex, instead of looking forward to their next best chapter. It’s so critical to start to change the focus so that we come out on the other side happier and ready to create the life we want.
What is the difference between emotional reactions and practical responses? How do we set ourselves up for a less negative divorce process? In this episode, I’m joined by nationally recognized Family Law and Mediation Attorney and podcast host, Susan Guthrie. She draws on 30 years of helping clients and her own divorce experience, and shares the roadmap to getting through divorce.
Listen as Susan Guthrie, Esq. shares how mediation can and does work in high conflict situations. We talk about what you need to know, how to choose the right mediator, other professionals to add to your support team, and how mediation can be significantly less expensive and more beneficial than litigation. You will feel like you are ‘sipping from a fire hose’ as Susan provides an immense amount of valuable information and guidance.
Susan speaks with friend and podcast producer, Erica Glessing, on the many benefits of having a podcast, how she created her entirely online mediation and coaching business and how she shares her online expertise and trains other mediators and professionals how to move their practice online too!
Susan chats with Atara and Grace about how to support your children when you are going through a divorce. After all, you are divorcing your spouse - not your kids! This episode contains actionable tips and advice for making the process as easy as possible for your kids as you restructure your family.
Divorce And Beyond…Using On-Line Mediation To Resolve Parenting Disputes In The World Of COVID-19: Susan shares her experience as an expert in online mediation and talks with Dr. Debra Dupree about the challenges facing families in the era of social distancing and COVID-19 that we all find ourselves in and how co-parents can use online mediation to resolve disputes that arise while they do not have access to the courts, and more importantly, why mediation is a better option at any time!
Skills for a Better Divorce and a New Path Forward:
Susan joins host Ellie Newman in the thought provoking podcast, That Got Me Thinking. In this episode the conversation turns to mediation and the skills needed to stay together or successfully break apart. Click the picture to listen!
On the "Master Your Destiny" Episode, Celebrity Divorce Attorney, Laura Wasser, speaks with Susan and other divorce experts talking about narcissists, reclaiming your power and other divorce tips!
Susan Guthrie has been a divorce attorney for 30 years, and now calls herself a recovering litigator and helps people separate peacefully and respectfully with mediation. After living in California for a couple of years, she even offers a mindfulness track with mediation, breathing exercises and intention setting. Find out more in the video!
Divorce Diaries Welcomes Susan Guthrie, U.S. Top Family Law Attorney & Mediator, Co-Founder/Principal Breaking Free Mediation, Divorce a Better Way, she talks about being a divorce attorney, finding the positive in divorce through mediation, and she helps one of Michele's Exes in 'finding his way' even if he's reluctant to see it.
The episode features top attorneys, Susan Guthrie and Rebecca Zung, hosts of iTunes Top 10 Podcast, Breaking Free: A Modern Divorce Podcast who share the things you need to understand about divorcing a narcissist. Does cheating affect your divorce? What questions do you need to ask a potential lawyer? What are some examples of things tha
The episode features top attorneys, Susan Guthrie and Rebecca Zung, hosts of iTunes Top 10 Podcast, Breaking Free: A Modern Divorce Podcast who share the things you need to understand about divorcing a narcissist. Does cheating affect your divorce? What questions do you need to ask a potential lawyer? What are some examples of things that narcissists pull in court. Learn how to protect yourself and your children from a narcissist.
Susan Guthrie joins Jenn Butler, Host of "Divorce & Other Things You Can Handle" from Worthy.com to talk about how mindfulness can be brought into the mediation process, for the best chance at a win-win resolution. It is possible to step away from the fear and conflict that typically defines divorce. Click on the picture to listen!
Rob interviews Top Divorce Attorney in the US, Susan Guthrie, an online mediation specialist, co-host of a top iTunes podcast called “Breaking Free: A Modern Divorce” podcast and Divorce Innovation Specialist to discuss how she helps you resolve your matters peacefully. She has the only mediation service in the country that offers a mindfulness track and believes this to be the missing link to a much better result for the whole family as they restructure the future. Click the picture to listen!
Susan joins veteran podcast host Erica Glessing on her #1 iTunes podcast, The Erica Glessing Show discussing the top mistakes people make in their divorce as well as the role of mindfulness in helping them through the process. They discuss how to find peace of mind in divorce and how to move forward in a better way! Click the picture to listen!
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