Business, Divorce, and Entrepreneurship
with Wendy Jaffe
Wendy Jaffe is a former divorce lawyer, author, entrepreneur, and board member for the EO Los Angeles Chapter. Wendy Jaffe is a prominent attorney who has established herself as a leading figure in the field of family law.
Ms. Jaffe has focused her practice exclusively on family law, including divorce, child custody, child support, property division, and spousal support.
Wendy Jaffe is also the CEO of the hyperlocal daily deal websites ConejoDeals.com and SimiDeals.com. Conejo Deals was featured in the New York Times, Tribe Magazine, and EO Octane Magazine and won the award for 2012 Business of the Year.
Ms. Jaffe is a freelance writer. She currently writes a monthly column for Tribe Magazine and has written for the Los Angeles Times,Divorce.com, and several other websites and publications.
Ms. Jaffe is the author of The Divorce Lawyers’ Guide to Staying Married (Volt Press, 2006), the publication of which led to appearances on KTLA News, Good Day NY, CNN, NBC, and MSNBC and numerous radio programs, including the Leeza Gibbons Show and Satellite Sisters.
“put their kids first, no matter what that means”
The EO Wonder podcast’s episode on Business, Divorce, and Entrepreneurship by Wendy Jaffe, a former divorce lawyer, author, and entrepreneur.
She also talks about the unique challenges that entrepreneurs and business owners face during a divorce, including the valuation of a business, the distribution of assets, and the impact of a divorce on the company’s employees and customers.
Wendy Jaffe also discusses the emotional toll that divorce can take on entrepreneurs and business owners, and she offers advice on how to maintain focus and productivity during this difficult time.
She also encourages listeners to be proactive and seek out the help they need to navigate the challenges of divorce and entrepreneurship.
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