Judge Lynn Toler from Divorce Court Talks about Her Family Traditions at the Holidays
November 22, 2010 1 Comment
In our continuing series of profiles of well-known celebrities and their holiday traditions, we hear from Judge Lynn Toler from TV’s DIVORCE COURT, a nationally syndicated program.
Judge Toler brings tenacity and compassion to her courtroom, often serving unusual or nontraditional judgments that are legally binding. She is the author of two books, including “My Mother’s Rules: A Practical Guide to Becoming an Emotional Genius” published in 2006.
Toler attended Harvard University and The University of Pennsylvania Law School. She has been married to Eric Mumford since 1989 and has two sons and four stepsons.
You’ll hear her talk about her life growing up in Ohio and her current holidays spent in sunny Phoenix. Please advance past the first minute of the recording to hear the start of the interview.
Photo courtesy of Twentieth Television
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