Getting SplitReady Episode 29.2: Ways to Stay Grounded During Your Divorce Through Meditation

No matter how amicable a divorce may be, there is still stress. Add some conflict and the stress can go off the charts. Unfortunately, sometimes people can turn to destructive means for stress management. What if there was another way to cope? Well, there is. The power of meditation is amazingly effective and it can even help with post-divorce growth.

Join us for a discussion on the power of meditation during divorce with Patrick Kalscheur from Kalscheur Conscious Family Law.

Also joining the panel are Freddy Zental Weaver and Dr. Elsbeth Meuth, co-founders of the TantraNova Institute, and Theresa Beran Kulat from Trinity Family Law PC.

Patrick Kalscheur

About Patrick

Before opening Kalscheur Conscious Family Law, Patrick’s experience working for one of Chicago’s most respected high net worth family law firms and one of the country’s largest general litigation firms taught him a great deal about what is right and wrong about the family court system. Today, he uses that knowledge to help his clients avoid the pitfalls and move through their divorce with dignity and respect.

A leader in the Chicago Collaborative Law community, Patrick is also active in both the Illinois State Bar Association and Chicago Bar Association, and has been recognized by his peers as a Super Lawyers Rising Star, Leading Lawyer and Emerging Lawyer. In his spare time, Patrick enjoys bike riding and taking trips to beautiful places with his two boys and his wife, Anviksha.

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