Ilyssa Panitz: The Divorce Journalist

Ilyssa Panitz is the only Divorce Journalist solely committed to covering every angle of divorce to help others navigate this major life transition and build back better. She writes a divorce column for Authority Magazine and has contributed to outlets on divorce. Ilyssa serves as Content/Editorial Producer for The National Association of Divorce Professionals and was Co-Host of “All Things Divorce” on Clubhouse. Since July 2021, she has hosted and produced the nationally syndicated radio show “The Divorce Hour” on CRN Digital Talk Radio and platforms like Spotify and iTunes.

With experience at outlets like CNN and 1010 WINS Radio, Ilyssa has covered major news and interviewed celebrities. Drawing on her personal divorce experience, Ilyssa started the Divorce Beat to help people through this transition. With insight into the emotional and practical hurdles, she shares guidance, empowerment and confidence. Ilyssa Panitz is the Divorce Journalist.

2 thoughts on “Ilyssa Panitz: The Divorce Journalist”

  1. Richard Delano kaylor Jr

    How do you find out if ur wife divorced you with out your knowledge of it an is there some kind of public records I can find for free and how do I go about getting me from an very abusive and mental health wreck from the treatment of the way my wife treated and bullying me the whole time in my marriage I need to know what I can do about it and so forth the legal way thank you

    1. Call the county clerk’s office where she resides and find out how you can research whether she filed for divorce. In general, she cannot divorce you without your marriage, but she may have said that she didn’t know where you were and so published notices of the filing in newspapers as an alternative. As for how to accomplish things legally, you’ll need to find someone that is knowledgeable about the laws where you live to advise you on that. Each state is different. And I hope that you have been using a therapist to help you work through the issues you encountered in the marriage – it would be hard to work through all of that alone.

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