Lisa Arends works as a math teacher and a wellness coach. After using her own sudden divorce four years ago as a catalyst for positive change, she now helps people navigate their own divorces and transform stress into wellness. She loves to lift heavy weights and run long distances, and she is still learning how to meditate. She tells the story of her own divorce in her book, Lessons From the End of a Marriage.
Hi! I’m Linda Dixon. I’m a work-from-home mom of two lovely boys. I’m guilty of asking Mr. Google for almost everything and bugging my mom when the boys do something weird for the first time. I’m also one of those moms whose posts my friends hide from their social media feeds because I rave about my children ALL THE TIME. Haha! But what can I do? I’m a mom!
Leah Zitter is a scientific researcher and writer who uses her Master’s degree in Philosophy and Logic and her academic training in counseling, psychology and scientific research to help her and readers achieve what they want in life.
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Kelly Dodd is a partner at Stafford Rosenbaum LLP in Milwaukee, Wisconsin where she practices exclusively in the area of family law.
John Grass is a zealous blogger and passionate about writing articles on lifestyle, family and divorce. He’s been writing articles and blogs since 3 years and has written for many websites. In his free time, he loves to play football, Cricket and he loves to listen to music.
Ms. Jennifer Broussard was licensed to practice law in 1985 and has limited her practice to family law litigation since that time. In 1999 she became aware of the concept of Collaborative Law, then being practiced only in Minnesota and California.
She joined a group of Texas lawyers committed to changing the way family law was practiced in Texas. She founded the Alliance of Collaborative Family Law Attorneys and became a Trustee of the Collaborative Law Institute of Texas (now, Collaborative Divorce Texas [see www.CollaborativeDivorceTexas.com]), where she served for five years.
Jamie Kupkovits is a school psychologist who works with families affected by divorce and family change. She is the author of Relational Aggression in Girls, a curriculum focused on teaching girls healthy relationship skills while helping to reduce the incidences of relational aggression/social bullying.
She has taught college-level professional development courses and is a Love and Logic parent trainer. Jamie’s most significant role, however, is her role as a single parent to her two children who constantly keep her on her toes and who inspire her, daily, to keep learning and growing as a parent.
Gregory Lehville is a resident of Ohio, where he lives with his wife and three children, two boys and one girl. He seeks to help families through Smart Divorce Network by sharing his experiences from his childhood family difficulties. This is in a bid to help them cope as best as they can in their respective situations.