In this episode of Inside Divorce, Hindell interviews Christina Pavlina, co-founder of the Massachusetts-based non-profit organization Jane Does Well. The goal of Jane Does Well is to connect and empower women who are going through or have been through a divorce. Christina speaks about the history of Jane Does Well and the type of events they host. Hindell and Christina also discuss the recent report that Jane Does Well submitted to the 2020-2021 Massachusetts Child Support Guidelines Task Force with seven recommendations for how to improve child support calculations. More information about Jane Does Well can be found at janedoeswell.org.
In this episode of Inside Divorce, Hindell and Attorney Lisa Zeiderman discuss the intersection between divorce and mental health. They talk about warning signs of mental health issues that may come up early in a relationship. They shed light on commonly used terms such as narcissism and gaslighting. They also describe how they sometimes use mental health professionals as resources in their divorce cases. Attorney Zeiderman is the author of the Psychology Today blog “Legal Matters: Understanding Mental Health Issues as They Apply to Divorce and Child Custody” and can be found at mzwnylaw.com.
In this episode of Radio Entrepreneurs, Hindell and Jeffrey talk about emotional intelligence in the workplace as it relates to hiring and training new employees. They discuss how to invest time and energy into training employees to reflect the brand of the company. Jeffrey also asks Hindell a few questions about how she reads people and figures out what questions to ask during depositions.
In this episode, Hindell and Mediator Ellen Waldorf discuss how mediation can help divorcing couples collaborate to create an agreement that works for both spouses. A mediator is a neutral facilitator who promotes communication and problem solving. Hindell and Ellen also talk about the role of attorneys as advisors in the mediation process. Ellen’s contact information can be found at www.ewaldorfmediation.com.
In this episode of Radio Entrepreneurs, Hindell and Jeffrey Davis discuss some of the negative perceptions people may have of women in leadership positions. Hindell suggests combatting criticism with strength and humor.
In this episode of Inside Divorce, Hindell speaks with Love Coach and Dating Expert Lisa Copeland about the ins and outs of dating after 50. Lisa shares her secrets for women over 50 about how to understand men and find love. Hindell explains why she does not recommend dating during a divorce and how divorce can lead to another chance at happiness. They also touch on the topic of how the pandemic has affected the dating landscape. You can find a free copy of Lisa’s e-book “The 5 Little Known Secrets to Finding a Quality Man Over 50” at www.findaqualityman.com.
In this episode of Radio Entrepreneurs, Hindell and Jeffrey Davis discuss dynamics related to money, power, and psychology for couples going through divorce. For instance, a “traditional” marriage in which the man is the primary breadwinner may create an imbalance of power (and potentially resentment on both sides) when negotiating a divorce. They also talk about the increasing number of female entrepreneurs, as well as marriages in which both parties hold executive-level jobs.
In this episode of Inside Divorce, Hindell speaks with Rhoda McVeigh, Regional Director for KMA Human Resources Consulting. Rhoda speaks about how HR can connect employees going through divorce with resources such as EAPs (Employee Assistance Programs) and affinity groups. Of course, human resources will also eventually need to get involved with logistics such as changes in health insurance and taxes. Hindell and Rhoda also touch on the topic of how Covid-19 has affected employees working from home.
Radio Entrepreneurs: “Discussing Divorce Modifications, Contempts, & Litigation In The Times of COVID”Podcast released on August 18, 2020
In this episode of Radio Entrepreneurs, Hindell speaks about some of the effects COVID-19 has had on divorce cases. Changes in people’s circumstances seem to have led to an increase in modification and contempt matters. At the same time, it has become more difficult to access the courts, as hearings are being rescheduled frequently. Interviewers: Jeffrey Davis – MAGE LLC, Mark Furman – Tarlow Breed Hart & Rodgers, & Marc Zwetchkenbaum – Marc Z Legal Staffing
in this short interview, Hindell discusses with Jeffrey Davis important qualities of leadership during the pandemic.