Select Page

You’ll be able to attend this session only if you have registered. To register, click here. If you have already registered, click here to log in.

Things to know about divorceFaculty Member: Robert Stevens, Family Lawyer

Facilitator: Dan Couvrette, CEO and Publisher of Divorce Magazine and

Before you begin the divorce process, it’s important to understand the various issues you may face and steps you need to take. While not all divorces can be amicable, considering the 10 things discussed in this podcast will allow you to go through a more civilized process. More 

Robert (Bob) Stevens has been a practicing family law attorney for more than 30 years. Bob has been a Fellow of the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers (AAML) since 1993, and he is president-elect of the AAML’s South Carolina Chapter. In addition to being an attorney, he is also a Certified Family Court Mediator and a Certified AAML Matrimonial Law Arbitrator.

What you will learn from this podcast: “10 Things You Need to Know About Divorce”

divorceThis session will:

  • discuss whether or not you should wait until the kids have left home to divorce
  • outline reasons not to post details about your divorce on social media
  • address what can make an amicable divorce turn ugly
  • list the main issues couples fight about during the divorce process
  • explain the qualities one should look for in an attorney
  • examine the pros and cons of mediation, arbitration, and litigation
  • advise viewers on how to plan for the divorce process and the steps to take before breaking the news to your spouse
  • offer advice to ensure that your children aren’t badly affected by the divorce
  • discuss how long a typical divorce process takes.

Related Sessions

property-division-alimony_john-grubb-cProperty Division and Alimony in High-Net-Worth Divorce Cases

This session looks at how an experienced lawyer can help business professionals secure assets, property, and income – or how the non-monied spouse can be sure they’re getting the property and support (alimony and/or child support) they’re entitled to receive.  More


child abuse allegationsChild Abuse Allegations – From Both Sides

This family lawyer examines what determines child abuse, explains how a parent can gain access to the records at the Divison of Child Protection and Permanency, discusses the best way to defend allegations of child abuse, advises parents on how to keep the children safe, and much more. More


highnetworth-client_veralynnmorris-cDivorce and the High-Net-Worth Client: Issues and Opportunities

As someone with a high net worth going through divorce, it’s important to work with a financial professional who has experience in working with high-net-worth clients. Learn about the issues and opportunities that you may come across during the divorce process that will affect your financial future. More


usingadivorcecoach_pegottycooper-cUsing a Personal Divorce Coach to Help You Make the Best Choices

When going through a divorce, it may be beneficial to hire a Certified Divorce Coach who can help you figure out how to take more effective actions in moving forward through the divorce process. Pegotty Cooper discusses what a CDC is and the role they play in a divorce. More