On Episode 31 of Inside Divorce Hindell speaks with Mark Magnacca, the CEO and Co-Founder of Allego, Inc. and a former client of Grossman & Associates, Ltd. about some lessons learned from his divorce process and what it takes to be a good parent and step-parent. Mark beautifully articulates the importance of being persistent and present when it comes to building relationships with your children and how proximity to and time with your children allow for that to happen. After all, what's important at the end of the day are the relationships you have with other people.
On this Episode of Inside Divorce, Hindell sits down with a colleague and friend, Ken Estridge.Ken is not only an author of a new book but he is an executive leadership coach. Ken talks about how his work actually ties into relationships within his real life. Ken talks about his past and current marriage and the differences of both. He also addresses how to have successful conversations with not only your bosses or colleagues but your significant others as well.Find Kens new book, "Inspire Accountability:The Breakthrough Workplace Transformation for 21st Century Leaders In The Age Of Millennials" on Amazon!
In this episode of Inside Divorce, Hindell is joined by Attorney Amy Lipman-White, to discuss the "gift" of bankruptcy. Amy has represented clients in complex disputes in bankruptcy, banking, civil litigation, evictions, probate matters and real estate. Although, the "B" word is scary, Amy is able to shed some light on how it can actually help in some situations. Amy has a law firm in Hanover, Massachusetts, where she works side by side with her husband.
In this episode of Inside Divorce, Hindell sits down with Bob Furlong of The Bulfinch Group to discuss the "dangerous" conversation that many couples sometimes forget to have. Hindell and Bob discuss the importance of finances and wealth management BEFORE and AFTER marriage. Bob also shares his candid experiences through his life and divorce.
In this episode of Inside Divorce, Hindell sits down with Attorney Jennifer Taddeo, an estate planning Attorney with Conn Kavanaugh Rosenthal Peisch & Ford, LLP. In this 27th episode, Hindell and Jennifer discuss the importance of tax issues and estate planning in the process of a divorce (during and after!).
In Episode 26 of Inside Divorce Hindell sits down with Stephen Melanson of Melanson Consulting. In this episode, Hindell and Stephen have a conversation based around Verbal Branding and what this means when going through a difficult time in your life, such as divorce, and how this can truly help you all the way through.
On Episode 25 of Inside Divorce, Attorney Hindell Grossman sits down with Attorney and Mediator, Justin Kelsey. Justin and Hindell discuss retirement assets and how they’re handled during a divorce. Justin explains division, the complications and the different types of retirement accounts that can be involved.
On this episode of Inside Divorce, Hindell is joined by Laura Sauter who is an empowerment coach helping individuals going through the process of a divorce. She not only shares her personal experience of being a mom going through divorce but what her job entails. Laura Sauter is the founder and creator of "Removing the Ring". She teaches individuals about self care, teachers tips on how to empower yourself and how to be COMFORTABLE without the ring.
Attorney Bill Coyne, who focuses on trusts and estate planning, joins Attorney Hindell Grossman to discuss how trusts are relative to divorces. Attorney Coyne founded the firm, Boston Legacy Planning in 2011.
This week on Inside Divorce we feature our very own Attorneys, Attorney Hindell S. Grossman, Attorney Nicholas A. Iannuzzi, Jr., and Attorney Cynthia Auckly-Barbuto. They touch base on two main topics: when to separate and the ramifications and the risks of filing or not filing the complaint for divorce. While listening to this podcast you'll hear about first hand experiences these Attorneys have faced and conquered!