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!
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In Episode 19 of Inside Divorce Hindell speaks with Bradley Stern of Chestnut Hill Appraisal Services located in Newton, Massachusetts. Hindell and Brad discuss the property appraisal process during divorce, and how to address differences in appraised values. Brad provides residential real estate appraisals as well as testifying as an expert witness in contested divorce cases.
In Episode 18 Hindell speaks with Kelli A. Adams, CFP®, EA and Margaret (Meg) Gaisford Welborn, JD, Counselors at GW & Wade, an independent, fee-based financial advisory firm providing comprehensive investment, tax, retirement, and estate planning services to individuals and corporate executive management teams. Kelli and Meg co-lead GW & Wade’s Women and Wealth program and in this podcast discuss how they help their female clients take more control of their finances and attain financial empowerment.
On Inside Divorce Episode 17, Cynthia Auckly-Barbuto, Senior Associate Attorney at Grossman & Associates, speaks with Ben Stich, LICSW, M.Ed., a Family and Divorce Mediator in Natick, MA (www.benstich.com). Ben specializes in separation and divorce mediation, parenting, modification, decision-making & communication, as well as martial issues. Ben also mediates elder issues like estate planning and end of life planning. Ben specializes in interest based facilitated mediation. In this episode Ben talks about different strategies he often uses in high conflict cases to best reach resolution in the mediation process. Ben is also an instructor for the Commonwealth’s only mandated High Conflict Parenting Education Program at William James College. The course is 9-weeks and focuses on conflict resolution & skill development.
In Episode 16 of Inside Divorce, Hindell speaks with Ellie Marshall of Intrepid Business Advisors. Ellie is an award winning certified business and executive coach who helps clients achieve better business success by utilizing strategies to reach their goals. In the podcast Ellie explains how she helps business executives, leaders and private business owners stay focused on business during the divorce process and whether staff and colleagues should be told a divorce is ongoing.
In Episode 15 of Inside Divorce Hindell speaks with Alan Huberman, CPA and Partner at Blum Shapiro, the largest regional accounting firm in New England servicing high net worth individuals and business owners to help them navigate the new tax laws. In this episode Hindell and Alan talk about the new Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 and the resulting impact on alimony and divorce agreements executed after January 1, 2019. Especially of note is that alimony will no longer be deductible by the paying spouse and no longer includible income to the recipient spouse.