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Oct 5, 2021

In this episode I have a conversation with divorce attorney Jim Siemens. Most people don’t do the endings of a relationship well. They usually leave a legacy of hurt and damage instead of one of healing and inspiration. We discuss the importance of ending a relationship or marriage in a healing manner. There are many lessons in endings. Your lessons come through the choices you make, and your choices create your character.

Jim is a divorce lawyer and life coach in Asheville, N.C.  He has extensive experience as a trial lawyer, mediator, and negotiator in family law cases.  Jim accepts family law cases throughout Western North Carolina.  Jim accepts coaching clients throughout the US and Canada.


“Divorce is not what people want but when it presents itself..., where are the gifts and opportunities now?” - Jim Siemens


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