Tag: bipolar

Psychology Today: Bipolar and Looking for Love

In Family Law, Mental Health, Prenuptial Agreements , by

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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Psychology Today: Surprise Holiday Bills?

In Divorce & Separation, Postnuptial Agreements , by

Dealing with manic spending and divorcing a bipolar spouse With the holiday season now behind us, you may be facing credit card bills resulting from a spouse’s manic spending. As a matrimonial and family law attorney and a certified divorce financial analyst, I often meet with people who are concerned about protecting themselves financially from a spouse’s […]

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