Breaking Free: A Modern Divorce Podcast
Whether you are contemplating divorce or a breakup, in the throes of one now, still dealing with the aftermath, or thinking of jumping back into the relationship pool, this is the place for you to come to become educated, empowered, inspired and transformed. Divorce and breakups are right at the top of any poll on the most traumatic events people have to endure, yet we are all affected by them. In fact there is a new divorce filed every 13 seconds in the world. Yet, despite the prevalence of so much heartache, we are ill-equipped to handle it. If you are ready to hear other’s stories so feel like you aren’t alone, to learn from the top experts, and be given the GPS for your journey from transition to transformation, you are invited to join Rebecca Zung, Esq. and Susan Guthrie, Esq. each week on Mondays at 6AM EST, 9AM PST. Rebecca Zung, Esq. has been recognized and honored as one of the Top 1% of divorce attorneys in the United States. She is the author of the bestselling divorce book, “Breaking Free: A Step-by-Step Divorce Guide to Achieving Emotional, Physical and Spiritual Freedom (Get your free copy at www.breakingfreethebook.com), and has been featured in numerous national media such as Time, Forbes, Newsweek, Huffington Post, NPR, Good Day New York and CBS Los Angeles among many others. She shares her own personal divorce transformation story and lights the way for others take life by the tail and win. Susan Guthrie, a family law attorney and mediator for almost 30 years, is licensed to practice law in both California and Connecticut and was recently recognized as among the top 10% of family law and mediation attorneys in the United States by Lawyers of Distinction. Throughout her many years of family law practice, she has worked with thousands of individuals and families, helping them to navigate their way through the difficult process of divorce in order to move forward with their lives in the best way possible. For more than 10 years she was court appointed as a Special Master in the Connecticut Superior Courts to conduct settlement conferences with parties on the eve of trial and was known for her success in helping to resolve even the most difficult of cases.