Well we’re not spelling it out like Tammy Wynette did, nor are we endorsing it, but we are talking about it from a practical perspective.
Imagine sitting on the bench day after day hearing divorce cases. I never gave it a thought until I met Judge Susan Sexton, a prosecutor-turned-judge-turned-author and screen writer. Drawing from her knowledge of U.S. law and years of experience on the bench, Judge Sexton released a handy booklet called “Five Steps to Hiring the Right Divorce Lawyer.”
The judge from Tampa was in Philly this week and dropped by the Cucina Chatter Radio studio to discuss her practical guide and her soon-to-be released book, “The Divorce Dance.” The latter is sure to provoke laughter, as Susan tells all. The former is not only a practical guide for hiring a divorce lawyer but for hiring any lawyer.
If you do not know what you are getting into, the costs could be devastating. Check out her guidebook, it’s available in e-format only and you can download it for less than $3 at Amazon and Smashwords.
On the podcast, you’ll also hear about Susan’s other projects, bench experiences, and her blog, Better Judgment, on Psychology Today.
The Cucina Chatter Panel:
Keeping with the theme of the show, Jim Vanore offers a humorous perspective on the phrase “for better on worse.”
Chef Dominic Condo is in the Upstairs Kitchen preparing for his favorite time of the year, Oktoberfest & Pumpkin everything!
Rhonda Fink Whitman shares a disturbing bit of news out of Michigan State University that did not get much play in the mainstream. Click here to read the ADL’s press release about the hate-filled attack of a Jewish student.
Focus on Philly features Chef Jacquie’s review of the Springsteen concert plus an auditory peak at what she’s doing in her kid’s school (in other words, we won’t really see it but we’ll hear it). Wow, she’s a sneaky little chef!
Mangia & Enjoy!