For Better or Worse: Family Law Happy Hour
Episode 4: Pre-Nups & Depp v Heard Trial Wrap-Up
Tune in as Tenny and Shayda talk all things pre-nups! In this episode you’ll learn why you absolutely do need a prenup (even if you think you don’t) as well as some practical things to include in your prenup that you probably haven’t thought about! As promised, we go through some of the most infamous celebrity prenup clauses, from Jay-Z and Beyonce’s pay per baby clause to Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie’s fidelity clause and much more. And of course, if you are curious to learn more about what went down during the infamous Johnny Depp and Amber Heard trial last month you are not going to want to miss this episode as Tenny and Shayda cover it all!
Episode 3: Social Media & Celebrity Divorce Culture
Kim and Kanye, Kelly Clarkson, and Robert De Niro all have one really interesting thing in common: multimillion dollar divorces cases. In this episode, Tenny and Shayda tackle celebrity divorce cases and California law. Social media is so pervasive in today’s world that its growing impact on our day to day lives is becoming hard to ignore. The legal field is no exception. This week, we’ll go through some of the most common ways social media can be utilized in divorce litigation and provide some valuable insight on how to use social media responsibly while your case is pending. You’re going to want to listen to this one, especially if you’re Kanye West.
Episode 2: Divorce: Cost, Timelines & Alimony – Oh My!
In this episode, we answer your top family law questions about divorce! They discuss real world examples and factors that can contribute to the cost of divorce, as well as how long a divorce can take. You’ll also learn how alimony is calculated and why it’s important to know all this information prior to filing. To learn more about this topic or to ask a question, email email@example.com
Episode 1: New Immunization Laws & Shared Custody
In our inaugural episode, we discuss the new California immunization law and how that will affect parents who share custody and school enrollment. Tune in to find out how SB-276 will impact you and your child and what it means to co-parent during these times.