Modern Girl’s Guide to Divorce

Producer: Katrina Turnbull
Genre: Entertainment
Host: Katrina Turnbull

Divorce rates are higher than ever during the pandemic. If you can’t spend another second at home with your spouse and feel like a failure because your marriage is over, don’t despair! Divorced mom Katrina Turnbull will show you how to live your best life after divorce.

Her team of guest experts will help you through every stage of the divorce process, from how to save money on divorce lawyers, to selling your marital home, and dating after divorce.

It’s not the end of the world. It’s just the end of your marriage!

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Episodes

Episode 1

Katrina Turnbull shows you how to live your best life after divorce with tips learned during her own divorce process. Guest expert and high-profile divorce attorney, Chantalle Sawision, shares her advice on how to save money on divorce lawyers and wrap up your divorce more quickly.

Episode 2

Real estate expert, John King, talks with Katrina about how to take advantage of the seller's market to get the most money out of your marital home. They also discuss what to look for as a newly divorced solo buyer to rebuild your equity in the real estate market.

Episode 3

Katrina chats with Linkedin trainer, Michaela Alexis, to find out how newly divorced stay-at-home parents can get back into the workforce and land their dream job after divorce.

Episode 4

Tax planner, Kody Wilson from GGFL meets up with Katrina and discusses how newly divorced singles can take charge of their finances and achieve financial independence on their own.

Episode 5

Katrina chats with dating matchmaker, Shannon Tebb, who gives a crash course on how to date after divorce. She shares how singles can find love at any age and how to become 100% date ready.

Episode 6

Divorce coach, Syeda Neary explains how to heal from the trauma of divorce and gives her tips on signs of a toxic marriage, how to co-parent with a difficult ex, and how to move on from your divorce.

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