March 11, 2024

Be Your Own Lawyer During Your Custody Case with Leslie Alexi

Be Your Own Lawyer During Your Custody Case with Leslie Alexi
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The Aftermath of Divorce, Family Trauma, Custody Battles and The Healing Thereaf

In this episode of the podcast, we delve into the complex world of family law with Leslie Alexi, a seasoned family law attorney. With over 250 family law trials under her belt, Leslie has extensive experience in navigating the intricacies of post-dissolution custody battles and parental alienation cases.

Leslie sheds light on the challenges faced by individuals in family court, where exorbitant attorney fees often lead many to represent themselves, known as going pro se. She emphasizes how legal battles can extend throughout a child's upbringing, draining financial resources and leaving parents financially vulnerable.

Moreover, Leslie discusses the prevalence of parental alienation and its prolonged impact on families. She highlights the court's role in exacerbating conflicts through emergency motions and ex parte orders, often depriving individuals of due process.

With a mission to empower individuals navigating the legal system, Leslie has developed a comprehensive program aimed at providing foundational legal knowledge. Accessible through platforms like YouTube and Spotify, her program aims to equip individuals with the tools needed to represent themselves effectively.

To find out more about Leslie and her services, visit

Hosts, Mick Smith and Kindra Riber, want to make sure you are not alone during divorce, parental alienation, and custody battles. They bring real people and real stories to you so you can be equipped to heal yourself, your children and recover from the aftermath of family trauma and drama.

If you find yourself entangled in a high-conflict divorce or experiencing the heart-wrenching alienation from your children, we encourage you to share your story with us. Reach out to us at and let your voice be heard.

This has been a Mediacasters Production.