Category: Prenuptial Agreements

Lisa Zeiderman Named to 2020 New York Super Lawyers List

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Lisa Zeiderman Named to 2020 New York Super Lawyers List Lisa Zeiderman, Esq., has been named to the 2020 New York Super Lawyers list. Each year, no more than five percent of the lawyers in each state are selected by the research team at Super Lawyers to receive this honor. Super Lawyers, a Thomson Reuters […]

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Kiplinger’s: A Surprising Way COVID-19 Is Making Divorce More Complicated

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Lisa Zeiderman, a New York Divorce Attorney and Certified Divorce Financial Analyst, works with many high-net-worth clients about issues of equitable distribution and executive compensation. She knows firsthand that the pandemic’s economic side effects have pushed more companies to offer stock options and restricted stock awards to employees. This is also true for younger employees […]

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Fordham Business and Law Association Interviews Lisa Zeiderman for their “In Conversation With…” Prominent Alum Profile Series

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On this episode of Fordham Business and Law, In Conversation, Fordham Law Alum and New York Divorce Attorney Lisa Zeiderman, Esq talks about how she became interested in becoming a family law attorney, talked about her involvement with not-for-profit Savvy Ladies, and gave advice to current Fordham Law students. Watch the interview here: Fordham Business […]

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New York Law Journal: Navigating the Intersection of Family Law and Estates Law

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By Lisa Zeiderman, Managing Partner, Matthew B. Marcus, Associate When it comes to drafting prenuptial and postnuptial agreements, matrimonial and family law becomes deeply intertwined with trusts and estates law. While marital agreements are meant to enhance the marriage by providing certainty for the parties, clarity of their financial affairs, and protection in the event […]

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Psychology Today: Reducing Anxiety Around Getting Married

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Despite the challenges this pandemic has brought to bear on all of us, people all over the world are still falling in love, getting engaged, and getting married. It is a wonderful, hopeful notion. But despite the joy and excitement that comes along with starting a new and wonderful chapter of life, planning for and […]

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Thrive Global: Wedding planning during a pandemic is an opportunity to plan smart

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New York Governor Andrew Cuomo recently signed an executive order allowing couples to marry remotely during the pandemic – and some who are in a hurry to tie the knot may opt for that approach.  A more popular choice among couples, however, will be to put their big celebration on hold, according to wedding planner […]

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Psychology Today: Bipolar and Looking for Love

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The New York Times column “Modern Love” has long served as a source of romantic wisdom for New Yorkers and the unlucky in love of the world. While the television series Sex and the City, whose main character — a freelance writer with the inexplicable ability to afford a Manhattan brownstone — and her relationship with financier Mr. Big may have […]

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Divorce Magazine: Thinking of Proposing on Valentine’s Day? Propose a Prenup, Too!

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By Lisa Zeiderman First Published in Divorce Magazine One of the most popular days of the year to propose is Valentine’s Day. For those of us who have been married once already, there may be anticipated wedding jitters associated with tying the knot for the “second time around.” And while you are madly in love, […]

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Breaking Money Silence podcast: Money Myth – As a stay-at-home parent, I’m financially protected once I’m married

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Lisa Zeiderman speaks with Kathleen Burns Kingsbury of the “Breaking Money Silence” podcast on the myth that as a stay-at-home parent, you don’t have to worry about finances.

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The Simple Dollar: Five Situations Where Money and Emotions Don’t Mix

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By Mia Taylor First published on The Simple Dollar Mixing money and emotions is rarely a good idea. It almost never ends well. But there are certain key times in life when this is particularly true, such as when going through a divorce, buying a home, or after losing a loved one and inheriting a […]

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