The Decoding Divorce Podcast is a hosted by Divorce Attorney and Certified Divorce Coach Zeppy Attashian. If you’re contemplating divorce, in the middle of a divorce, or attempting to rebuild your life after divorce, this podcast is for you. We talk about the law, understanding the legal process, emotions and how to manage your emotions going through the divorce process. We help you take back control of your life, no matter where you are in the process. The Decoding Divorce podcast is for you if you need help understanding, managing and surviving the emotional rollercoaster, the heartbreak, fear, overwhelm and confusion brought on by a breakup and divorce. The Decoding Divorce podcast is for you if you’re having second thoughts about leaving, or feeling guilt over your desire to leave. The Decoding Divorce Podcast is for you if you’re certain about your choice to leave, but don’t know where or how to start the process. We help you understand the legal basics, while giving you tactical and actionable tip and tricks, that will help you get through your divorce thriving, finding clarity, confidence, and finding a new you, a new happy. Decoding Divorce is your guide to freedom, so that you can do your life, your divorce, your way.
In today’s episode, divorce coach Zeppy Attashian addresses the self-discovery process, and how it can drastically affect the outcome of your divorce.
Knowing yourself is one of the most useful tools you can have at your disposal to help you navigate the difficult decisions, negotiations, and discussions that you will encounter.
In our last episode of the three-part series How to Get Divorced Without Going Broke, our divorce coach and family law attorney Zeppy Attashian provides more real-life examples of Melissa’s, Shannon’s, and Steve’s divorce budgets.
Zeppy does a deep dive into how each of these clients used spot advice and an online divorce course, like Decoding Divorce Academy, to complete his or her divorce as independently as possible.
Today, in part two of the three-part series How to Get Divorced Without Going Broke, our divorce coach Zeppy Attashian addresses the question- how do I negotiate the terms of my divorce?
We provide you with a breakdown of the various routes you can take to negotiate, as well as an explanation of when these particular methods may apply to you.
In today’s episode, our divorce coach Zeppy Attashian hosts part one of a three-part series that will do a deep dive into how to get divorced without going broke.
Zeppy discusses the importance of creating a budget for your divorce to empower you to be your own decision-maker and arm yourself with knowledge so that you can design a process that you know you can afford.
In today’s episode, our divorce coach Zeppy Attashian approaches the topic of acceptance- accepting yourself, right where you are emotionally in your divorce process.
It can feel overwhelming and frustrating to not be able to identify as the person you once were as a spouse, a parent, or a friend. However, it is absolutely possible to move forward in a new direction and set yourself up for success.
In today’s episode, our divorce coach Zeppy Attashian provides valuable insight about when to seek out and consult with an attorney, and how to find the right one for you as you begin your divorce.
In today’s episode, our divorce coach, Zeppy Attashian discusses identity crisis and divorce and drops some powerful truth bombs. Women often feel frustrated, stripped of their various titles and identity due to divorce. They often struggle to remember who they once were, let alone set out on a path to rediscover themselves.
But the truth is, you are so much more than your marriage.
On today’s episode, our divorce coach and attorney Zeppy Attashian gives insight on the different routes you can take to either pause, end, or unwind your marriage.
In today’s episode, our divorce coach Zeppy Attashian discusses the ever-elusive topics of self-care, self-love, and self-respect when going through a divorce.
Disclaimer: The information in this podcast is provided for general information and entertainment purposes only and may not reflect the current law in your jurisdiction. Calling into the show or otherwise communicating with Zeppy does not create an attorney-client relationship, and information provided is not legal advice, nor is it intended to be a substitute for legal counsel. All listeners should seek legal advice on the specific facts and circumstances at issue from a lawyer in their state. People and circumstances discussed are general or fictitious in nature and any resemblance to actual persons or situations is purely coincidental. This may be considered attorney advertising.