Practical Strategies For Navigating, Saving, and Ending Relationships
Some couples grow together. Some grow apart. The Tracey Coates Show helps you take the next steps.
We tackle all things relationships–not just what to do when divorce is on the horizon but the practical tips, advice, and information you’ll need to possibly save your marriage, rekindle that spark and put your relationship back on track.
About The Tracey Coates Show
Get the emotional, financial and legal information you’ll need to begin your journey–no matter the destination.
We’ll help limit the overwhelm, frustration and worry so you can effectively prepare for the road ahead. Each episode will guide you to make informed decisions that will benefit you & your family so you can stop spinning your wheels and getting lost in the process.
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About The Host, Tracey Coates
Tracey Coates is a practicing attorney in the Washington, D.C. and Maryland areas. For nearly 15 years, she’s represented clients in all aspects of family law including divorce, spousal and child support, marital property valuation
When she’s not practicing law, she can be found hanging out with her family, whether cheering on her son at one of his many