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Dec 13, 2022

As real estate professionals, it’s important to have an understanding of the life events that motivate a transaction, including divorce. Because it’s an emotional time tied in with a huge financial decision, dealing with divorcing clients can be difficult. 


How can communicating effectively help us when it comes to working with divorce clients? Why is it so essential to treat both sides equally?


In this episode, President & Founder of the National Association of Divorce Professionals Liz Becker joins me to discuss professionals that touch on the divorce process, how to communicate in more than one way and how to create a win-win situation for your clients.



Three Things You’ll Learn In This Episode 


- How to make your communication versatile 

Why do we have to shift our communication style according to our clients? 


- How to ensure that your output matches your client's input

How do we understand our clients so we can have a better rapport with them? 


- The trifecta of good communication

What steps can we take to improve our client communication?



Guest Bio


Liz Becker is the President & Founder of the National Association of Divorce Professionals. Liz is also a Licensed Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP) Master Practitioner, Communications Skills Coach & Trainer. She has almost two decades of experience working with both divorcing clients and the professionals who serve them.


Realizing the absence of an association that unites and supports all professionals in the Legal, Financial, Mental Health, and Residential fields who serve divorcing clients, in 2015, Liz founded the National Association of Divorce Professionals.


Find Liz on Linkedin @Liz Becker or visit