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We call it – DADcast.

Welcome to Season 1 of our 60 minute Podcast “Audio Newsletter” called DADcast featuring News, Interviews and audio clips from our Support meetings. To learn more about Podcasts please read Podcast FAQs below. Lastly, we want to hear from you, please let us know what you think about DADcast!

Podcast FAQs What’s a Podcast?

It’s an audio file in an MP3 format.

Where can I listen to this Podcast called DADcast?

You can listen to a Podcast (MP3) file on an Apple iPod, other MP3 players, on your computer and on some of the newer cell phones and PDAs (Personal Digital Assistant, such as a Blackberry if you have th right software installed). You can also listen to it on your computer by clicking the play button arrow on the left (below). The audio will stream to your computer.

Can I listen to DADcast and browse at the same time?

If you want to browse and listen to DADcast at the same time, click play and the audio will begin. Then open a new browser window and you can read the latest news on the site.

Where can I download the episodes of DADcast?

If you want to download the Dadcast Podcasts, please go to then do a search for “Dadcast” – the search box is in the top right corner, from there you can download all 12 episodes. Unfortunately, you will only be able to listen to our podcast on our website.

Here’s the latest episode of DADcast…

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Divorced Dads Rights – DadCast – Episode # 12
“Divorce 101: 
Learning & Applying The Steps”

Length: 60 Minutes
Recording/Mixdown date: June 18 & 19, 2006

Release date: June 20, 2006
Copyright – June 18, 2006,
Danny Guspie & Heidi Nabert
All rights reserved worldwide


1. “ The Divorced Dad RoadMap continues…Step 6 – Divorce 101: Parenting Enrichment

2. “ The Divorced Dad RoadMap continues…Step 7 – Divorce 101: Waging Peace in Family Court

3. News items – DADcast joins the Radio Network; Excerpt from: Fathers Rights Activist Doug Richardson – Paternity Fraud, the Unconstitutional Termination of Parental Rights and one mans struggle against the Evil Family Law Empire

4. An Inside Look: Our Fathers Resources Meeting: When dad has primary care and control and Mom says” “I won’t negotiate, I want custody lets go to Family Court instead…because I can’t lose…” Part two

5. Divorce 101 – Applying the Divorce 101 steps to your case; Coaching, Mentoring and Masterminding your way to positive, child focused solutions.

6. Top 10 Divorced-Dad-Daily Countdown

7. The 52 Top Reasons “Dave” should listen to DadCast this Year – Reason # 43

8. Editorial – Scott Paton – The Dean of Blogonomics and Podology – Our mentor from the Internet Marketing Center (IMC) and a TRUE “Podcasting and RSS Genius” – We’re working with Scott on something “Top Secret”…. with the initials PMC…

9. You can participate in DadCast by sending us questions, audio, news, documents et cetera – Click here to send your submissions or ask your questions.

Please let us know what you think about DADcast!

PRODUCTION NOTES – Hosts: Danny Guspie & Heidi Nabert
Producer/Audio Engineer – Danny Guspie
Music by The Danny’s

Please let us know what you think about DADcast!

PRODUCTION NOTES – Hosts: Danny Guspie & Heidi Nabert
Producer/Audio Engineer – Danny Guspie
Music by The Danny’s


Sign up for FREE help from successful divorced dads for Family Court.

Stop losing, paying huge legal bills and START WINNING NOW!

Fathers Resources International (FRI) Executive Director Danny Guspie and National Shared Parenting Association President, Heidi Nabert discuss fathers rights, family court activism; Mentoring by successful divorced dads for newbies to Family Court.

6/20/2006 1:26:00 PM

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We do not offer legal advice at our support group meetings. Legal advice can only be obtained from a lawyer. We do not have a lawyer in attendance at our support group meetings. Our free support group meetings are chaired by a senior certified law clerk who is also a divorced father and an adult child of divorce. Our Support Group meetings are a place to share and exchange personal experience and knowledge about the process of separation and divorce. Discussions at our meetings are of a supportive nature so that fathers can gain a clearer understanding of separation/divorce from the perspective of fathers who have had success in Family Court. Meeting dates are subject to change.


All information, documents, links, resources on this website and the information discussed at our Q&A support group meetings DOES NOT CONSTITUTE LEGAL ADVICE.  If you wish legal advice please consult with a lawyer. The information on this website is simply one possible starting point for your 'strategic consideration'.