Family Law Now is hosted by Russell Alexander and features a guest speaker with whom he presents a meaningful review and analysis of family law issues. Russell has developed a remarkable understanding of family law throughout his 20+ years’ experience helping families resolve their legal issues. He is eager to share his jewels of wisdom with the listening public.
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Family Law Now has been such an enjoyable collaborative experience from speaking with fellow professionals in the family law industry to hearing the response from our listeners. The podcast serves as an effective medium to provide the public with credible information on all aspects of family law. The podcast series has received tremendous feedback, so […]
Family Law Now | Episode 9 Runaway Train: How to Derail High Conflict Court Cases Using Collaborative Practice
On this episode, Russell Alexander is joined by Wylita Clark and Jarret Johnston to educate individuals involved in a current family law case about their options. Often times, going to Court is the default decision because all the client hears is, “All aboard the self-represented litigants”. We are sharing our insight, experience, and success with this process to help you get on the right track.
On this episode, Russell Alexander is joined by two family lawyers, Nafisa Nazarali and Jason Isenberg to share their experiences with trials and provide the public with knowledge and clarity. When will my trial occur? What should I wear? Will my children testify? Why do trials cost so much? To learn the answers to these questions and more, tune in to Family Law Now.
On this episode, Russell Alexander is joined by Adam Borer to answer your questions about case conferences and help you prepare for your day in court.
On this episode, Russell Alexander is joined by children’s lawyer, Jarret Johnston to discuss aspects of the collaborative process that might surprise you.