Judge Lynn Toler,  8 p.m. to 9 p.m.

Book:  My Mother’s Rules: A Practical Guide to Becoming an Emotional Genius

Bio:  http://www.huffingtonpost.com/lynn-toler

Divorce Court:  http://www.facebook.com/home.php#!/divorcecourt

Judge Lynn Toler is the host of the longest running television court program, “Divorce Court” and author of two books including My Mother’s Rules: A Practical Guide to Becoming an Emotional Genius.

“Divorce Court” is nationally syndicated and airs in Louisville on My58 at 10:30 AM & 4:30 PM weekdays

Topics to be discussed, time permitting:

  • 1. Why are we seeing an increase in divorce among older couples?
  • 2. When do you think this trend picked up steam?
  • 3. Did the increase in divorcing couples have to do with the recession?
  • 4. Compared to 5 years are you seeing an increase in fighting couples older in age?
  • 5. Is the advice you dispense to older couples different than to younger divorcing couples?
  • 6. For the most part, do older couples “divorce well”? Is it because a greater sense of maturity? Or is it the opposite?
  • 7. Can you share some of the changes viewers can expect on this new season of Divorce Court?
  • 8. I understand, for the first time ever, you are giving financial support to some of your litigants – can you provide some examples of how you are helping?
  • 9. For the first time ever your program is welcoming non-married couples into your courtroom – why was this the right time for this?
  • 10. If I am a first time viewer, why should I tune-in to Divorce Court this season?
  • 11. There are many other court shows on TV, what sets this one a part?

Related Links:

FastStats:  Marriage and Divorce

U.S. Divorce Statistics

Wikipedia:  Divorce in the United States

Wikipedia:  Lynn Toler

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Attorney Louis Winner                                8-9 PM

website: http://derbycitylaw.com/attorneys/louis-winner.shtml

Attorney Louis Winner has been practicing law in Kentucky for the last ten years.  He is licensed in Kentucky, Texas, and New York States, and he is a Partner at the law firm of Seiller Waterman, LLC.  The primary focus of Mr. Winner’s practice is family law including divorce, child custody, domestic violence, maintenance, business valuations, and relocation cases.  Mr. is the past chair of the Family Law section of the Louisville Bar Association and in 2006 was picked as one of the Top Attorneys under 40 by the Judges in Louisville Magazine.

Likely topics:

  • 1. What are the most common reasons for divorce?
  • 2. What percentage of family law cases go to trial?
  • 3. Are the family courts biased against men or women?
  • 4. What are some of the more bizarre things you have witnessed as a family law attorney over the last ten years?
  • 5. Why did you decide to go into family law?

Related Links:

LouisvilleFamilyLaw.com  Divorce

LouisvilleFamilyLaw.com Child custody & visitation

LouisvilleFamilyLaw.com Maintenance (Alimony or Spousal support)

LouisvilleFamilyLaw.com Property division

LouisvilleFamilyLaw.com Child Support

LouisvilleFamilyLaw.com Father’s rights


Dan Koffman,  9 p.m. to 10 p.m.

website: www.LifeInTheUSMilitary.com, www.SimplePleasuresforSpecialSeniors.com, www.ArtWithaSmile.com, www.PeaceFlag.org, www.TheMenAndTheElephant.com, www.GoldenRuleActivist.com

Book: Life in the US Military: Images for Reflections & Reminiscence for Veterans with Memory Loss

Dan Koffman is a creative communicator. Throughout his more than 45 year career, he has communicated as a graphic, commercial and fine artist, designer and marketer of consumer products, community activist and, now as the creator of the Simple Pleasures for Special Seniors© series of books, designed specifically for people with memory loss.  He has designed the Flag of Peace and Freedom, painted for peace with an African elephant, launched the Golden Rule Activist project and has spearheaded various other community programs.

Topics to be discussed, time permitting:

  • 1. What qualifies you to discuss this topic that effects so many people?
  • 2. What are the different causes of memory loss in Military Veterans?
  • 3. How many Military Veterans with memory loss are in America today? How many of these Veterans are being cared for at home?
  • 4. Who, usually, is the primary caregiver? What does the job of primary caregiver to a Veteran with memory loss job entail?
  • 5. How does memory loss in a Veteran affect families and friends?
  • 6. How can friends and family members assist the primary caregiver?
  • 7. Are there any real cures on the horizon?
  • 8. What is Reminiscence Therapy?
  • 9. What does your book, “Life in The US MILITARY” actually do?
  • 10. What has been the reaction to your book by the VA and other medical professionals?
  • 11. Is it easy enough for young family members to use?
  • 12. Is your book a cure?
  • 13. What is your ultimate goal?
  • 14. Will you have help to achieve this huge goal?
  • 15. How did you get together with the VFW Ladies Auxiliary? What is Operation: Never Forget?
  • 16. What about the $1.5 Million pledge you have made to the Ladies Auxiliary VFW?

Related Links:

18 Practical Tips for living The Golden Rule

Koffman’s Art With A Smile Gallery

Koffman’s Golden Rule Activist Program

Koffman’s Flag of Peace and Freedom Project

The Man and The Elephant

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Military and Non-Profit Sites

After Deployment

Air Force Aid Society – 800-769-8951

America’s Heros At Work

American Red Cross Armed Forces Emergency Services – 800-435-7669

Army War Wounded (US Army)

Coast Guard Mutual Assistance – 800-881-2462

Comfort for America’s Uniformed Services Elite – 703-481-8830

Marine for Life (USMC)

Military Career Center

Military One Source

Navy/Marine Corps Relief Society

Operation First Response

Operation Gratitude

U.S. Army Deployment Guide

The Walter Reed Society – 202-234-4442

Wounded Warriors Fund

Wounded Warrior Project

Brain Injury Sites

Brain Injury Association of America

BIAK ( BI Alliance of KY)


BIA of West Virginia


CDC TBI information

Defense and Veterans Brain Injury Center

National Resource Center for Brain Injury

TBI A to Z

Department of Veterans Affairs

Department of Veterans Affairs

KY Department of Veterans Affairs

National Center for PTSD

National Resource Directory

Traumatic Injury Protection Service Members’ Group Life Insurance (TSGLI)

This Resource List compiled and posted at   Brain Injury Alliance of Kentencky (502) 493-0609

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