Thursday, March 05, 2009

Podcast Interview #5: Natasha Phillips, Divorce Manual

Today I am speaking to Natasha Phillips, author of the Divorce Manual blog. Natasha is not a practising lawyer but does have a legal background which, she says, gave her a ‘slightly unusual insight’ into the divorce process, when she went through it herself. Her blog has been described by The Times as “packed with resources for families going through the Family Courts in the UK.” We talk about how she became interested in family law, her blog, her work to improve the family justice system and other things, including a remote controlled arachnid! The podcast can be found on Family Lore Focus, here.

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