Stacy Phillips is known across the nation for her incredible work as a Family Law Specialist Attorney. She is counsel to a wide variety of high-profile and celebrity clients as they go through the difficult changes involved in divorce and custody issues.
She is a sought-after speaker, writer, and philanthropist known for her skilled persuasion negotiation, aggressive advocacy, and compassion. She is the author of the book Divorce: It’s All About Control-How to Win the Emotional, Psychological, and Legal Wars and has been recognized as one of the best lawyers in America, and one of the 500 most influential people in Los Angeles. She’s also been named one of the 50 Most Powerful Women, and the list goes on of incredible accomplishments and recognitions.
I think you’ll be amazed by this interview. Enjoy!
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“I’ve learned probably in the last five years that some things I just know, and then, I’m not going to compromise. I’m not going to change my mind. Most of the time I am very open but when my intuition is really kicking it hard, I’m sticking with it.” – Stacy Phillips
- How “fractures” (recessions and elections) in society affect couples and their relationships.
- Details about her most difficult case to date. (It left me literally speechless – you hear a moment of silence during the podcast.)
- Her dial-it-down strategies.
- The ONE thing she calls upon for EVERY decision.
- How to make social change as a lawyer.
- Her stand on domestic violence and her take-charge actions steps to protect victims. Find out what the “juice” (no pun intended) was that got the bill passed.
- The advice she wishes someone would have given her early on.
- Why you should say NO more often.
“I love putting matches together, whether it’s romance, business, or friendship. I think I do that because it fills my soul, because being a divorce lawyer is really hard.” – Stacy Phillips
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“One of my favorite judges many years ago wrote on a stack of post-its, one after another ‘No!’ ‘No!’ ‘No!’… it sits on my desk.” – Stacy Phillips