Women Winning Divorce with Heather B. Quick, Esq.

#62-Social Investigations in Modification and Relocation with Susannah Collins

Episode Summary

“ Social investigations, look into all of the social aspects for the child. It helps the court decide what’s in the best interests of the child.” – Susannah Collins. “ In my experience women care about the children, child interests, what the child needs… men focus on the stuff.”– Susannah Collins, Esq. Heather Quick, attorney and owner of Florida Women’s Law Group, is joined by Susannah Collins who is a Family Law litigator to discuss social investigations in modifications and relocations.

Episode Notes

About Our Guest

Attorney F. Susannah Collins is a Florida Family Law litigator dedicated to promoting and defending the rights of children, spouses and parents in all areas of Family Law litigation including complex and simplified Divorce proceedings, Paternity actions, Modification and Enforcement proceedings, Timesharing, Child Support, Alimony, Relocation of children, Stepparent and more."


Notable Links:

Official website: http://www.robinsoncollins.com/#

Facebook: http://www.robinsoncollins.com/#



"Women Winning Divorce" is a radio show and podcast hosted by Heather Quick:Attorney, Entrepreneur, Author and Founder of Florida Women’s Law Group, the only divorce firm for women, by women. Each week Heather sits down with innovative professionals and leaders who are focused on how you can be your best self, before, during or after divorce. 

In these conversations, we are looking at how women can win at life.  With our guests, we enjoy the opportunity to explore ways all women can win and enhance their life, no matter where they are in their journey, because divorce is just point in life, not the end and not what defines you, rather it can be a catalyst for growth. 


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This program was created to provide tips and insight to women with family law issues. It is not intended to be legal advice because every situation is different.