Casting Divorced People Nationwide Who Want To Share Their Divorce Stories for a Docu-Series


Divorce Stories Podcast wants to hear your story – Be on the show.

Location: nationwide

Type: Docu-series

Do you have a divorce story to tell? Have you shared your stories with friends and family only to have them tell you it’s unbelievable? Perhaps you, yourself cannot believe the situation, legal system, course of events, etc. Do you have a success story? Made things work that others could not? Come tell us how.

Well, we want to hear your story, talk with you about all the details — no censorship, no quelling of opinions, lets get the word out! Your Emmy Award Winning host, having experiences to rival any, will share stories, laughs, advice, commiseration, and maybe even a tear. If there is comedy — Great, If there is drama – Let’s hear it, If you want to share your story to helps others – get to it, If your story has comedy, drama, tears, and joy… well after our chat, you go sell the movie rights (though you may have to share with your ex).

A good story is about something the public decides is interesting or important. A great story often does both by using storytelling to make relevant topics interesting.
A good story, however, does more than inform or amplify. It adds value to the topic.
Divorce Stories is “storytelling with a purpose.” While entertaining, fun, shocking, sad at times, and offering hope — we will help our community, families going through it, and let many know they are not alone.

So come enjoy a cup of coffee, tell all (and don’t leave out a detail), and together we’ll get through it, laugh, and help others.

Ok… let’s hear it…

Payment: Non Paid

City or Location of call: nationwide
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This casting notice was posted by: Optimum Productions

One thought on “Casting Divorced People Nationwide Who Want To Share Their Divorce Stories for a Docu-Series

  1. Deborah Greenstein

    How about the happily-married divorce attorney who gets dumped by his wife, remarries and opens a family law firm with his new wife? That’s my family’s story. I have been a paralegal for over 25 years and my husband has been practicing law for about the same time. We married in 2012 and opened our own law firm in 2013. Since then, we’ve grown from two to seven people and we’re still married. Plus, when my ex-husband comes to town to see our daughter in an opera, he stays in our house.


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