Category: Custody

Psychology Today: Manic Spending Causes Anxiety, Particularly During Divorce

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Lisa Zeiderman authors the latest article for her “Legal Matters” blog in Psychology Today to give readers legal tips to protect their finances from a spouse’s over-spending. Read the full article below. Manic Spending Causes Anxiety, Particularly During Divorce Here are legal tips to protect yourself and your finances. KEY POINTS When in the midst of a divorce, […]

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Psychology Today: When Co-Parents Disagree About Vaccinating Their Children

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Lisa Zeiderman authors the latest article for her “Legal Matters” blog in Psychology Today to help readers navigate disagreements with their co-parents about whether to vaccinate their children. Read the full article below. When Co-Parents Disagree About Vaccinating Their Children The Omicron variant is raising the stakes, again. As most are well aware, the CDC has approved, for […]

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Financial Advisor: 10 Tips To Protect Your Clients’ Separate Property In The Event Of Divorce

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Lisa Zeiderman authors an article for Financial Advisor to help financial planners better protect their clients’ separate property. Read the full article below. 10 Tips To Protect Your Clients’ Separate Property In The Event Of Divorce Financial Advisor As a matrimonial and family law attorney, I am often retained by people who came into the marriage […]

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Psychology Today: The Holidays Are Here: What Newly Divorced Co-Parents Need to Know

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Lisa Zeiderman authors the latest article for her “Legal Matters” blog in Psychology Today to help readers experiencing difficult holiday seasons due to divorce and separation. Read the full article below. The Holidays Are Here: What Newly Divorced Co-Parents Need to Know The first holiday season after divorce or separation is often the hardest. Particularly if there are […]

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Kiplinger: Women Who Bring Home the Bacon Are STILL the Ones Frying It Up in a Pan

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New York divorce attorney and Certified Divorce Financial Analyst Lisa Zeiderman was included in this recent Kiplinger article by Stacy Francis, CFP®, CDFA®, CES™ about female breadwinners being overburdened at home. According to the Journal of Family Issues, breadwinning women spend a disproportionately higher number of hours on household tasks and child care. Lisa shares that one […]

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Podcast: Is Your Partner A Financial Bully?

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Lisa Zeiderman was the featured guest on Jennifer Hurvitz’s Doing Relationships Right podcast to speak about financial bullying red flags and what to do when it starts happening. Lisa provides guidance for how to understand financial abuse. She discusses how to reassess your relationship with your spouse after you identify signs of financial bullying. For show […]

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New York Law Journal: New York Courts May Soon Be Raining Cats, Dogs and Perhaps Parakeets

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New York Courts May Soon Be Raining Cats, Dogs and Perhaps Parakeets The new state law raises many issues including what consideration should be given to the allocation of resources with respect to pet custody, when people are waiting months and sometimes years to have their child custody cases determined. By Lisa Zeiderman  |  October […]

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Psychology Today: Financial Stalking: Another Frontier in Financial Abuse

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Lisa Zeiderman authors the latest article for her “Legal Matters” blog in Psychology Today to help readers identify signs that a partner is engaging in financial stalking. Read the full article below. Financial Stalking: Another Frontier in Financial Abuse Keeping tabs on how you spend money is an abusive power play. Psychology Today, Legal Matters Blog Financial stalking […]

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Psychology Today: Parental Alienation vs. Realistic Estrangement: Which Is It?

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Lisa Zeiderman authors the latest article for her “Legal Matters” blog in Psychology Today to give readers 5 signs that might indicate parental alienation during or after divorce. Read the full article below. Parental Alienation vs. Realistic Estrangement: Which Is It? 5 signs that might indicate your child is a victim of parental alienation. Psychology Today, Legal Matters […]

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SAS For Women: Best Advice on Custody for Divorcing Moms

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Lisa Zeiderman authors the latest article for SAS For Women: Support and Solutions for Thriving Beyond Divorce to help readers approach custody when pursuing a divorce. Read the full article below. Best Advice on Custody for Divorcing Moms SAS For Women Determining child custody can be the most challenging aspect of the divorce process. It’s important […]

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