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.
This podcast series delivers useful commentary and insights into timeless and trending family law issues. Family Law Now is a convenient resource for busy individuals to get answers to their legal questions on-the-go and keep up with Family Law Now.
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Episode Info On this episode, Russell Alexander provides insight for parents seeking child access over the holidays with special guests Adam Borer and Nafisa Nazarali. Listen in as three family law lawyers discuss reasonable expectations, ideal circumstances, and alternatives to dispute resolution. This podcast episode is here to help newly separated parents, parents with an agreement, […]
Episode Info On this episode, Russell Alexander interviews Richard Harris, Brian Walters, and Brian Galbraith to reveal their number one marketing tips. Topics include target audience, client persona, seo, and networking for introverts. Tune in to Family Law Now 🎙 Tune in on SoundCloud or Apple Podcasts. Show Notes FamilyLLB.com Google My Business Twitter Facebook Business Page […]
Episode Info On this episode, Russell Alexander interviews Law Student, Stephanie Brooks, to find out if her experience has been as glamorous as it is portrayed in the movies. Stephanie opens up about her young thoughts of becoming a lawyer. She talks about her very first time in court and face-to-face interactions with a judge. Tune […]
On this episode, Russell Alexander is joined by Brian Galbraith to share the beneficial financial approach to your transition.
On this episode, Russell Alexander is joined by Jonathan Paynter to define his role as a Family Professional in the collaborative process. His primary purpose is to reduce the amount of stress during the transition by improving communication and focusing on the mental health of each party individually, the children involved and the family.