Monthly Archives: August 2022


Is Real Estate in Your Portfolio? (Ep. 5)

With real estate, there are different ways to get into the market and various points to consider before investing.

In this episode, Stephen Rosen talks about the strategies, preferences, and relevant factors he takes into account before investing in property and how he uses it to expand the portfolios he manages. Stephen also provides important details about the current market for rental properties and how different segments have shifted the demand in the last couple of years.

Stephen discusses:

  • The benefits of real estate investment
  • Why he prefers investing in private funds rather than the publicly traded REITs
  • The tax benefits that exist in real estate
  • Investing in properties for growth and/or income
  • And more

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How To Best Support Your Kids During The Divorce Process With Jill Kaufman (Ep. 9)

Figuring out the right things to say to your kids when you are going through a divorce can be extremely challenging. What they are ultimately looking for is some reassurance that everything is going to be okay. 

In this episode, Leah Jones is joined by Jill Kaufman, a licensed therapist, divorce coach, author and co-parenting expert. Oftentimes with divorce there are blurred lines as to what details to share with your children and how to approach the tough conversations that need to be had in order to move forward. Thankfully, Jill Kaufman has all the answers, saving you from repeating common mistakes that can lead to a child feeling isolated and unheard.

Jill discusses:

  • What details to uncover in the first divorce conversation with your children
  • When is a good time to check-in on your kids post-divorce 
  • What details you should avoid discussing to save your children from picking sides
  • And more

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About Our Guest:

Jill Kaufman: In addition to being a Divorce Coach, Licensed Therapist, and Parent Educator, Jill is also a trained Divorce Mediator, was on the Speaker’s Bureau of Parents Anonymous and founded Female, a support and advocacy group for mothers. She has worked with many people who are going through a divorce. Jill has taught the Redirecting Children’s Behavior parenting class for over 20 years.  She is an experienced and sought after speaker. ​

JIll Kaufman is warm, supportive, non-judgmental and motivating. With compassion and understanding gained from experience, she helps clients get through difficult and overwhelming situations and discover new ways to resolve a variety of challenges created through divorce and bring more happiness and peace into their lives.