FLiP Podcasts: Our Latest Episodes
At Family Law in Partnership we appreciate that life is busy and sometimes finding the time to sit down and read words on a screen can be the last thing you want to do. A couple of years ago, we started our very own FLiP podcast series. We have since recorded over 20 episodes. The idea was to provide guidance and sometimes just have a discussion on topics that sit within the wide umbrella that is family law. We hope that individuals can tune into episodes which they find interesting whilst going about their daily lives, whether that’s commuting to work, going on a walk or even doing the hoovering!
Since the podcast series was launched, we have been lucky enough to have experts join us to discuss various topics. You can find all the episodes in our podcast series here and below is a synopsis of our latest episodes with a link to each in the title. We hope you can find something relevant to you and, if you have any topics you would like to hear more about, or indeed something entirely new, do get in touch (E: firstname.lastname@example.org or T: 020 7420 5000).
- Domestic Abuse: Working with Victims and Perpetrators (listen here)
In this episode of the FLiP podcast, FLiP Director Helen Greenfield, leads a discussion with Chantal Hughes, Chief Executive at The Hampton Trust on the topic of domestic abuse and working with victims and perpetrators.
- Family Separation and Immigration Law Issues (listen here)
In this episode of the FLiP podcast, FLiP Associate Vanessa Sampaio, leads a discussion with Andrew Jones, Immigration Solicitor at Wesley Gryk Solicitors on family separation and the immigration issues that can be encountered.
- Divorce Diary: How Therapy Changed My Experience of Divorce (listen here)
In this episode of the FLiP podcast, Marcia Drummond, Associate and Chartered Legal Executive Lawyer, leads a discussion with a former client about his divorce journey and the powerful impact therapy had on his experience.
- Divorcing in Your 20s: A Podcast (listen here)
In this podcast Hannah Greene, a Senior Associate at FLiP is joined by Jo Harrison, in-house therapist at FLiP. Hannah and Jo discuss Monica Heisey’s debut novel ‘Really Good, Actually’ and what it means to get divorced in your 20s.
For more information with regards to any of the topics discussed in our podcast series, contact us below.