In this episode, Kate is joined by Relationship & Family Coach, Nichole Farrow to discuss professional help during a separation or divorce.
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In this episode, Kate is joined by Liz Hancock to discuss EFT coaching and how it can help in the context of divorce or separation.
In this episode, Kate is joined by The Midlife Mentors, Claire and James Davis, to discuss building self-confidence post-separation & divorce.
In this episode, Kate is joined by Mustafa Faruqi from Tesco, James Hayhurst, founder of The Positive Parenting Alliance and The Parents Promise and Jimi Odel from OneplusOne to discuss separation and the workplace.
In this episode, Kate is joined by Daniel Copley from Zoopla and Shreepali Chauhan-Tufail from amicable to talk about property and divorce.
In this episode, Kate is joined by Joshua Rozenberg and David Hodson to discuss whether 50/50 is a fair way to divide money and property during a divorce or separation.
In this episode, Kate is joined by Christina McGhee, an internationally recognised divorce parenting expert, speaker, and author.
In this episode, Kate is joined by Jack Gillis from the single-parent charity, Gingerbread, to discuss child maintenance.
In this episode, Kate is joined by sex and relationship therapist, Ian Kerner.
In this episode Kate was joined by Verity Glasgow, CEO of the relationship charity, Oneplusone to discuss friends and family in the context of relationship breakdown.
In this episode, Kate was joined by financial planner, Louise Oliver and Divorce coach, Tosh Brittan to discuss adjusting to a new lifestyle post-separation.
In this episode, Kate was joined by Jessica Fostekew - a comedian, actor and writer.
In this episode, Kate was joined by Paul Huntingford to discuss how therapy helped him through his divorce journey.Paul is an integrative therapist working in private practice.
In this episode, Kate was joined by Nadia Beckett to talk about arbitration and separation.
In this episode, Kate was joined by Katherine Woodward Thomas to talk about conscious uncoupling.
In this episode, Kate was joined by Hayley Weston from Farewill and Siân Ford from amicable to talk about wills and how they are impacted by relationships.
In this episode, Kate was joined by Tom Nash, Mr Divorce Coach to talk about healing from infidelity and affairs.
In this episode, Kate was joined by Nav Mirza to talk about his experience of divorce, what happens when the system fails and why he founded Dads Unlimited. Dads Unlimited is a men’s mental health charity working wit
In this episode, Kate was joined by Victoria Benson, CEO of the Single Parents Charity, Gingerbread.
In this episode, Kate was joined by Angela Lally who is a qualified solicitor specialising in Family Law to discuss cohabitation when a relationship ends.
In this episode, Kate was joined by Ed Bassett, well-being entrepreneur, Dad, and rugby fan to discuss his divorce and journey of self-growth.
In this episode, Kate was joined by Louise Oliver, a Certified Financial Planner and Chartered Wealth Manager to discuss financial planning and divorce during a cost-of-living crisis.
In this episode, Kate was joined by Julian Deane, a comedian and writer, to talk about navigating ending relationships and blended families.
In this episode, I am joined by Tash Bloom from LiveMore and Audrey a LiveMore customer to talk about funding life after separation.
In this episode, Kate was joined by Marcie Shaoul, Director of The Co-Parent Way, to discuss managing strong emotions and inflammatory language as well as her new co-parenting course.
In this episode, Kate was joined by Mat Megens, founder and CEO of HyperJar, to discuss budgeting during divorce and separation.
In this episode, Kate was joined by Siobhan Baillie, Conservative MP for Stroud, to discuss family policy reform and its impact on people separating and divorcing.
In this episode, Kate was joined by Divorce Specialist, Anthony Syder to talk about keeping the cost of divorce low.
In this episode, Kate was joined by Jo Middleton to talk about solo parenting.
In this episode, Kate was joined by Co-Parenting Coach, Jen Gallagher, to discuss her tips on approaching co-parenting for younger children.
In this episode, Kate was joined by Michelle Hoskin a financial abuse specialist, to discuss financial and economic abuse during a divorce.
In this episode, Kate was joined by Yuri Sinata to share her experience and tips around being a single working parent.
In this episode, Kate was joined by journalist and comedian, Ellie Gibson to discuss relationship struggles and how to make a marriage work in the wake of a separation.
In this episode, Kate was joined by Mark Kozminski to talk about his divorce and the impact it had on his mental health which led him to create the Blue Mind Approach, to help other men going through divorce and separation.
In this episode, Kate was joined by Helen Adam and Kate Stanley to talk about language and divorce.
In this episode, Kate was joined by Scottish actor and comedian, Wendy Wason, to talk about her divorce and navigating life after separation.
In this episode, Kate was joined by Mark Groves to discuss self-growth and healing following breakups, separation and divorce.
In this second myth-busting episode, Kate was joined by Tracey Moloney, known to many as The Legal Queen on Tiktok and other social media platforms.
In this episode, Kate was joined by James Hayhurst and Adam Colthorpe to discuss Dads and divorce or separation.
In this first myth-busting episode, Kate was joined by Tracey Moloney, known to many as The Legal Queen on Tiktok and other social media platforms.
In this episode, Kate was joined by Dr Angharad Rudkin a clinical psychologist with over 20 years experience of working with children and families to discuss divorce and separation from the perspective of children.
In this episode, Kate was joined by comedian, actor and broadcaster Samantha Baines to discuss her divorce.
In this episode, Kate was joined by Sara Davison, to discuss navigating the emotional process of divorce, separation and breakups.
In this episode, Kate was joined by author and journalist Rosie Green to discuss her journey from heartbreak to happiness.
Today marks the introduction of No-fault divorce. In this episode, Kate was joined by Clive Coleman to discuss the change in law, the media narrative around it and future reform in the divorce space.
In this episode, Kate was joined by Louise Oliver to discuss sorting out your finances when you get divorced and the value a financial planner can add to this process.
In this episode, Kate was joined by Laura Friedman Williams and James Preece to discuss sex and dating after divorce.
In this episode, Kate is joined by Hatti Suvari to discuss the upcoming change in divorce law to a no-fault system.
In this episode, Kate was joined by Professor Lisa Doodson to discuss stepfamilies following on from separation and divorce.
In this episode, Kate was joined by Clare Reilly from PensionBee and Anna Dunne from amicable to discuss pensions on divorce.
In this episode, Kate was joined by Helen Thorn, a comedian, author and co-host of the podcast – The Scummy Mummies.
In this episode, Kate was joined by Toby Hazlewood to discuss co-parenting and nesting arrangements post-separation and divorce.
In this episode, Kate was joined by Haifa to discuss bouncing back after divorce, separation, and break-ups.
In this episode, Kate was joined by Joe David, founder of Myna, for a deeper understanding of the implications of cryptocurrency on divorce financial settlements. Joe is the U.K.'s leading cryptocurrency accounting expert.
In this episode, Kate is joined by Denise Evans and Suzanna Kingsford-Smith, to discuss no-fault divorce implementation in Australia and New Zealand, and what we can expect from the rollout of no-fault divorce on the 6th of April 2022 in England and Wales.
In this episode, Kate is joined by Kathryn Colas, to discuss menopause and its impact on relationship breakdown. They explore what menopause is, how it can impact relationships and the importance of separating the impact of menopause on relationships from other causes of relationship breakdown.
Today is the three-month count down until no-fault divorce is introduced in England & Wales. Kate is joined by Isabel Syred from Her Majesties Courts and Tribunal Services (HMCTS) with an exclusive no-fault divorce update on exactly what will change when the new law is introduced this April.
In this episode, Kate is joined by Ash Pugh and Dan Martinez to discuss cryptocurrency and divorce. They explore how the cryptocurrency space is developing and its impact on divorce financial settlements.
In this episode, Kate is joined by Marcie Shaoul and Anthony Syder to discuss co-parenting at Christmas from two different perspectives; a co-parenting coach and a child of divorce. Kate, Marcie and Anthony discuss common co-parenting pitfalls around the festive period, how to navigate blended families, what to do about presents and former traditions and the role of extended family. Marcie and Anthony also give their top tips for co-parenting around Christmas.
Dr. Leyla Hussein went through her own Islamic divorce over 15 years ago, and has since spoken out about her marriage, her difficult divorce, finding happiness after divorce and ‘divorce parties’. In this episode, Kate and Leyla discuss the challenges surrounding her divorce, given her Somali and her husband’s Kenyan heritage as well as why she thinks society should change the narrative around divorce through education and the promotion of healthy relationships. Leyla also discussed why she has chosen to host divorce parties as a form of celebration for her friends.
In this episode, Kate and Harriet Hadfield discuss the challenges that come with co-parenting from different countries, as well as some helpful tips to help co-parents cope with this, and separation in general. Harriet Hadfield is a broadcaster and journalist who’s covered notable news stories for the BBC and Sky News over the past 15 years.
In this episode, Kate is joined by Cecilia Corbetta and Judah Racham from Place2Be. Place2Be is a children’s mental health charity with over 25 years of experience working with pupils, families and staff in UK schools. Its mission is to improve children and young people’s mental health. Place2Be's vision is for all children and young people to have the support they need to build lifelong coping skills and thrive.
In this episode, Kate and her guests discuss the impact of divorce and separation on individuals' mental health. They explore how the feelings of anxiety and overwhelm manifest themselves and what can be done to help manage these feelings. They also discuss useful tools to help individuals mental health when going through a divorce or separation, and when an intervention such as therapy or counselling may be needed.
In this episode, Kate and her guests discuss their retrospective journeys within family law and their transition from divorce lawyer/ mediator to divorce coach. They also explore the various options open to couples when they divorce, and how to decide which may option may be best for you and your family.
Helen Lederer is a comedian, writer and actress. In this episode, Helen and Kate discuss her divorce, being a single mother, the power of rejection and how to 'get back on the horse' after a breakup.
In the UK, almost half of all households have pets, with the pet population at around 54 million. That’s a lot of furry friends. And with so many of us owning animals, around 50% of separating couples are faced with the difficult question: who gets to keep the pet?
Dr. Amy Baker is a researcher, author and a nationally recognized expert in parent child relationships, especially children of divorce. She is the author or co-author of 8 books and over 115 articles on parental alienation, co-parenting with a toxic ex, and helping teenagers navigate their parent’s divorce.
Carl Donnelly is an award-winning stand-up comedian, writer, and podcaster. In this episode, Carl talks candidly about divorcing in his early 30s and how it affected his mental health.
Rosie Wilby is an award-winning comedian, author and podcaster. During this episode the stories behind her books; 'The Breakup Monologues' and 'Is Monogamy Dead'?
Zemar Dajani is a break-up coach and author of 'From Breakup to Empowerment'. Zemar shares how she re-invented herself after her divorce as well as her adivce for people going through a break-up.
Lucy Fry is an author, writer and speaker. In this episode, Lucy shares how she and her wife co-parent their son and how they've achieved an amicable split, even with bumps in the road.
Kate is joined by two Relate therapists who share advice on how to end a relationship if one person doesn't want it to be over.
Dan Betts is an influencer and blogger, Dan is a co-parent to his beautiful four year-old, Evie, and is loved by his followers for sharing a raw view of the ups and downs of separated parenting.
The Parents Promise is a new campaign launched by a collection of organisations. The Parents Promise asks couples to discuss what would happen if they have children and break-up and to commit to certain principles.
Holly Bell is an award-winning blogger, author and a finalist of the Great British Bake-Off.Holly is divorced and has three sons and recently released her book, “I know I don't know you, but... True stories, reflections & advice on divorce" after experiencing many women reaching out to her for advice and support.
Tamsin Caine is a financial planner specialising in helping people who are navigating a divorce or separation. In this epsiode, Tamsin shares her advice on how to keep control of costs and your future whilst separating.
Get to know your host, Kate Daly, a little better. In this solo episode, Kate shares her journey and why she created The Divorce Podcast and amicable. It's short but sweet and we hope you enjoy it learning more about Kate.
Ulrika Jonsson is a television presenter and writer. During this episode, Ulrika talks honestly and openly about each of her three divorces and how she and her exes have navigated co-parenting and blended families for over 25 years.
Sue Atkins is the Parenting Expert for ITV’s ‘This Morning’, BBC Radio, Disney Junior, Good Morning Britain and India’s Education and Parenting World. Topics covered include; back to school anxiety, common questions from separating and separated parents, journalling and how it can help children through their parents' divorce or separation.
Ian Soars is CEO of Dad Info. Kate and Ian discuss the role of Dads, the most common topics and questions asked on the site, the impact COVID-19 has had on shared care and visits, how parents can avoid damaging their kids mental wellbeing when they divorce and separate.
Advice from Rachael Lloyd eharmony's relationship expert and James Preece, the UK's top celebrity dating expert and dating coach on how to get back into dating after divorce.
In this episode, Kate is joined by mental health expert Petra Velzboer and HR specialist, Gareth Jones who discuss what can be done in the work place to look after people's mental health generally and when navigating difficult life moments like a break-up.
Sophia Rantzau is a qualified counsellor and has worked with many parents, children and blended families. Having her very own blended family, Sophia honestly shares her “wins” and “mistakes”.
This conversation is dreaded by parents who have decided their marriage is over. Divorce coaches, Sara and Rhiannon share advice on how to get this conversation right.
Bob is the founder of OnlyMums and OnlyDads and shares his view on being a Dad and separating.
Meet specialist family law barristers Samantha Woodham and Harry Gates who founded The Divorce Surgery. Samantha and Harry share insights and advice for couples who are about to embark on their divorce or separation, including how to avoid the common obstacles.
Anthea Turner is a TV personality and author of many books include 'How to Survive Divorce'. Anthea shares her experience of divorce and what it was like for such a private moment to be so public, what led Anthea to write her book and her advice for couples who are facing their separation journey.
During this episode, you'll learn more about when couples in England and Wales will be able to use No-Fault divorce and what will change when the laws are introduced.
Aruna Bansal is the founder of The Asian Single Parents Network. Hear Aruna's story and how the network is supporting single Asian parents across the UK.
In this episode, Kate and John delve into mediation; what it is and how it can helps couples with divorce and separation.
Kate is joined by Zoë Desmond, the founder of Frolo. Frolo is the online community for single parents, hear how and why it has grown so quickly in this brilliant episode.
Claire is a Bristol based Divorce Coach who helps people to navigate the divorce process. Find out what divorce coaching is and if it may be right for you and your ex. Claire also shares her own divorce journey and how it impacted her career and outlook on life.
We are living in the most extraordinary times and all having to adjust to a new way of living. For co-parents, amicable or not, this is a challenge period of our lives. Co-parenting expert, Marcie Shaoul shares advice on how to navigate this challenging time.
Nigel Shepherd, Head of Family Law at Mills and Reeve and David Leckie, Glocal Director of The Divorce Hotel discuss the current ways that couples can divorce and how each balance (or don't balance) the legal process and emotional journey.
The guests discuss divorce and parenting and the challenges couples face when transitioning from parent to co-parent, as well as the skills and knowledge parents need to enable a positive co-parenting relationship
Internation Family Laywer, David Hodson, joins Kate to discuss the current divorce laws in England and Wales and if they are fit for purpose.
Jeremy Gordon, Rabbi of New London Synagogue, Thomas Pascoe, Campaign Director at the Coalition for Marriage, and Isabel Russo, Head of Ceremonies at Humanists UK, join Kate for this inaugural episode of the Divorce Podcast. In this edition, they discuss divorce in our society, and whether, as society changes, divorce laws should change too; the current system of divorce, and how it affects couples looking to separate; whether No Fault divorce serves to help or hinder the most vulnerable people in our society; and the role of religious institutions and their leaders.