The Family Matters Podcast

‘Top 10 Divorce Podcasts in the UK’

Divorce lawyer Sarah answers questions, tackles taboos and chats to guests about their experiences of separating, divorcing, moving on and much more.

Family Matters features in Clio’s round-up of 5 Great Access to Justice Podcasts by Erica Mills. Click here to read the article.

Family Matters named in Feedspot’s Top 10 Divorce Podcasts in the UK.  Click here to discover all of the featured podcasts.

Family Matters

23 years ago, I helped my first client, Fozia, with her divorce. 23 years later, Fozia joins me as the first guest on my new podcast, Family Matters. 

Every month, join me as I chat to guests about divorce, separation and moving on.  Listen to conversations about coparenting, breaking the news to your family, or dealing with the stigma of divorce. We’ll share insights about planning a divorce, protecting your finances or looking after your mental health. I hope Family Matters offers practical advice but also shifts the conversation and stigma around divorce and separation. Raw, inspirational, heartfelt and sometimes funny, this is a podcast for anyone in need of some advice and hope.  

The show is hosted by Sarah and produced by Mandip. Thank you for listening. 

What Makes This Podcast Unique?

While there are some great podcasts out there that take a broad look at the reality of divorce…Family Matters by SKB Law delves deep into the experience of the South Asian community in the UK, and the cultural and practical implications and consideration of divorce therein.” – Erica Mills ‘ Law Podcasts: 5 Great Access to Justice Podcasts’

Explore Our Episodes

Episode 1 – When You Know It’s Over

Sarah talks to her first client Fozia Naseem, now the co-founder of Hop-On. We talk about when you know it’s over and how to deal with “lok kya kehange”.

Episode 2 – Why Do Divorced People Look So Happy?

Sarah talks to Laaleen Sukhera about blended families, the Nikah Nama and celebrating divorce! We hope you enjoy the episode.

Episode 3 – Men, Mental Health and Mother-in-Laws

Sarah talks to therapist Imran Manzoor about fatherhood, fast cars, the relationship between sons and mothers…and living life on your terms.

Episode 4 – We’ll Always Be A Family

Sarah talks to documentary producer Sally Ogden about her experience coparenting her daughter.

Episode 5 – Show Me The Money

Sarah talks to forensic accountant Zachary Iqbal. Forensic accountants follow the money – they trace assets, value businesses and interrogate the accounts. If you suspect your partner of undervaluing or hiding asssets, listen to this episode!

Episode 6 – Child Bride to City Champion

Sarah talks to Inayah Sher. Married at five years old, sent to Pakistan at fourteen years old, released from two years’ house arrest at sixteen years old and a mother at eighteen years old. This is the incredible story of Inayah Sher.