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Recently Divorced? Put Together a Summer Custody Plan
While the anticipation of summer brings some people great joy, it might also stir other emotions such as sadness, loneliness, and feelings of anxiety, especially if this year is going to be different because you are recently separated or divorced. Lisa’s latest article in Psychology Today discusses some tips for building a summer custody schedule, which […]
THE Amicable Divorce Expert with Judith Weigle
Lisa was a guest on Judith M. Weigle‘s popular podcast, THE Amicable Divorce Expert, to talk about identifying financial abuse in marriage or divorce and how to handle it. They also talked about orders of protection, what to do if you do not have enough money to pay an attorney, and many other challenges […]
Lisa Zeiderman talks about what you should think about regarding recoupling and the holidays in her recent blog in Psychology Today
The crisp air, the lights and wreaths on display, and the music on the radio are all indicators that we have settled into the holiday season. It’s a time to gather with loved ones. But for families working through divorce, or couples who have recently completed their divorce, it can be difficult to determine who […]
Did your spouse overspend over the holidays? Lisa Zeiderman discussed how to protect yourself on this issue in Psychology Today.
With the holiday season behind us, you may face credit card bills resulting from a spouse’s manic spending. This is particularly stressful if you are considering or in the throes of a divorce. As a matrimonial and family law attorney and a certified divorce financial analyst, I often meet with people concerned about financially protecting themselves from a […]
Lisa Zeiderman writes about how a prenup can reduce anxiety around marriage in her latest article for Psychology Today.
It’s February — get ready for more engagement announcements! According to The Knot, nearly 40 percent of all engagements occur between November and February, and Valentine’s Day is one of the most popular days of the year to propose. While it’s easy to see why couples use this time highlighting love and red and pink […]
It’s tax time. Are you in the midst of a divorce and not sure how to file?
Here are tips to be ready (Hint: Talk with your divorce attorney as soon as possible.) Your taxes will be due before you know it and there are certain aspects to finalizing your tax return that are unique to divorcing couples. Lisa Zeiderman, a New York-based matrimonial attorney, Certified Divorce Financial Analyst and Certified Financial […]
Everyone is talking about artificial intelligence. Here’s what you need to know about how it might affect divorce.
The Potential Benefits and Drawbacks to AI in Family Law Artificial Intelligence (AI) can potentially change how divorce cases are handled. Some experts believe that AI could make divorce less contentious and more efficient. For example, rather than each spouse hiring their lawyer and going through a lengthy and expensive court battle, they could use an AI […]