Our mantra is simple: “The Only Thing Worse Than Failing at Your Marriage is Failing At Your Divorce.” This begs the question: What is a successful divorce? With your help, we’re going to find out! Every week, we’ll have cutting-edge guests on the show, as well as legal experts to answer your questions. Stay tuned for details on how you can get your divorce paid-for!
If you’d like to be a part of the show and bring your ex into the conversation to show how you have a successful divorce OR if you want to improve how your divorce is going, call the toll free number or send us an email. The information is confidential, your real name will never go out on the air and you control the information you want to share.
I went through a divorce about six years ago and it cost me just about everything; job, financial security, etc. Through trial and error, drama and many, many dollars, my ex and I seem to have a working relationship — yes, relationship– and we have found a way to work together.
I’m not out to make this a show about the whining of wounded, vengeful parents and ex’s pointing the finger of blame at the other. I want to find what is considered a good divorce. I want to find practical things anyone can do without losing face since that seems to be a big motivator with divorcing and divorced couples.
I want to find little things that fighting parents can do to make their lives easier, less stressful and most importantly, to defend their children against the ravages of divorce. A recent study reveals that most–if not all– of the negative aspects of divorce for children can be negated if divorcing parents get along.
Arkansas has the second-highest divorce rate in the U.S., only slightly behind Nevada. So we really have a problem here but it’s a national problem that arguably is nibbling at the fabric of our society.
The ExFactor Radio Show currently airs in Little Rock, Arkansas every Saturday at 3PM Central Time on KARN-FM 102.9. Each show can also be downloaded as a podcast right here on this website, or on iTunes.