The Top 4 Divorce Podcasts for Men and Women

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Divorce is more common than people think. In fact, about 40-50% of marriages end in divorce in the United States. Although that statistic may seem damning, it also means that there are millions of divorced people in the world going through the same troubles as you.

One of the easiest ways to mend your broken heart and start preparing yourself for your new future is to heed the advice of people who have dealt with the same difficulties and obstacles that you are about to face. At this point, divorce podcasts can become more than just entertaining pieces to listen to. Rather, they will be guides for putting yourself back together again.

You can easily find divorce podcasts online, especially through app stores such as iTunes. They are typically free to listen to, and can easily be streamed or downloaded on smartphones, laptops, and tablets.

If you are looking for ways to build a strong foundation for your new life, consider the potential benefits of these 4 phenomenal podcasts:

1. Divorce and Your Money Show with Shawn C. H. Leamon (MBA) (yeah ok, I’m biased)

As the author of Divorce and Your Money: The No-Nonsense Guide, a book aimed at helping individuals cope with the financial stress of divorce, Shawn C. H. Leamon (MBA and Certified Divorce Financial Analyst) will guide you through the trials and tribulations associated with planning for divorce and show you how to emerge from it with strong finances.

You would be surprised at the sheer amount of pressure that money can put on you, especially when you are going through settlements with your ex-spouse. In order to make sure that you are prepared for the fight, you will need to get your finances in order. Shawn Leamon helps listeners find out how to protect their IRAs, their pensions, and even their personal checking and savings accounts.

When you are spending the majority of your time focusing on keeping yourself emotionally stable during your divorce, it can be difficult to worry about your finances. Therefore, the Divorce and Your Money Show can be a phenomenal resource. There are over 120 episodes, which guide you through everything from making your life hack-proof to cleverly hiding your cash from your ex-spouse.

The Divorce and Your Money podcast is renowned because it offers real-world advice that is practical and applicable to any situation. It helps pull you out of the burden of drowning in your feelings, and reinforces a focus on your financial future. After you have successfully separated from your spouse, this podcast will become your most important safety net.

2. Divorced, Happy, & Successful with W Marc Watts

For someone who is interested in gaining insightful advice and useful tips from someone who has dealt with the difficulties of divorce himself, Divorced, Happy, & Successful is a valuable resource.

Are you trying to gain insight into how divorce works, how it could affect you and your family, and what you can do to counter the inevitable emotional struggles? If so, there are over 269 episodes for you to take in.

The Divorced, Happy & Successful podcast was developed by W Marc Watts as a result of his divorce at the age of 35. He went through a time when he was confused and unhappy with where he was. When he noticed that it was starting to affect his son’s life, he knew it was time for a change. W Marc Watts transformed his own grieving process into something that can help you understand the aspects of divorce and learn what you can expect to deal with when separating from your spouse.

It is full of real-life advice, which you can take to heart and use as a personal guide for dealing with your own divorce.

3. The Divorce Field Guide with Ani Mason, Esquire

An interesting aspect of The Divorce Field Guide by Ani Mason is that it is developed for people who are on the edge of deciding whether divorce is right for them, are going through a divorce, or are healing after a divorce.

The main objective of the podcast is to create a comprehensive roadmap for navigating the reality of  divorce. Instead of dealing with the entire situation at once, break it down into several smaller pieces that are easier to digest. Ideally, you should then be able to make sense of what is happening, which will make the situation far simpler to manage.

Ani Mason is part of Mason Law & Mediation, LLC. They are professionals who regularly deal with couples going through a divorce. While listening, you will surely be able to appreciate their in-depth knowledge and advice and use it to your advantage.

With each episode of the podcast, you will learn more about the different aspects of divorce, such as 50/50 parenting, traveling with your children, filing taxes as a divorced individual, and hiring a divorce attorney.

4. Over Divorce with Adrian & Tom

Over Divorce is the perfect tool for helping you get professional advice from a variety of divorce specialists, including lawyers, divorce coaches, financial planners, and child psychologists. These experts are interviewed during the podcast, and they have the perfect advice for helping you cope with your divorce and plan for a stronger future.

With each episode, you will be taken through the journey of understanding the emotional and psychological difficulties that people face when they decide that it is time to live a happier life without their spouse. An interesting factor of the Over Divorce podcast is that it covers divorce, separation, and regular breakups.

Instead of focusing on the past, Over Divorce helps you move on with your life and pay attention to the things that are most important, such as learning how to use meditation as a coping tool, overcome loneliness, and thrive as a single person.

It Is Not Over Yet

Dealing with divorce is not something that you have to do on your own, especially when there are plenty of people offering sound, professional advice. With the convenience of podcasts, all you have to do is listen. Afterward, you can decide if their advice is right for you.

 

Shawn Leamon, MBA, CDFA is the host of the “Divorce and Your Money Show” and Managing Partner of LaGrande Global, with offices in Dallas, New York and Hanover, New Hampshire.

 

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Shawn Leamon, MBA, CDFA

Dallas, Texas

Shawn C. H. Leamon is Managing Partner of LaGrande Global, a firm that helps successful families manage large financial transitions like divorce, inheritance and selling a business.

He earned his Bachelor of Arts from Dartmouth College, double majoring in Economics and Philosophy, and his Masters in Business Administration at Spain’s IE Business School.

Before founding LaGrande Global, Shawn helped manage $1.1 billion in client assets at Bernstein Global Wealth Management. He also worked as a credit research analyst at J.P. Morgan. He is a Certified Divorce Financial Analyst, and he has been an advisor to numerous high-stakes divorce cases.

Shawn is the author of two well-received finance books: Managing Private Wealth: Principles, and Divorce and Your Money: The No-Nonsense Guide, both published in 2016.

In his spare time, Shawn is an ultra-endurance athlete and has competed in events as long as 24 hours. He is an Eagle Scout and a member of the Alumni Board of Greenhill School.