If you aren’t being permitted to see account and credit card statements, banking information or joint tax returns, or are living on an allowance that is doled out by your spouse as they see fit, you may be a victim of financial abuse.
Throughout the course of her career practicing family law, Lisa Zeiderman has been a constant source of expertise for a range of media covering topics from divorce in New York to finances and divorce. Lisa has been interviewed and quoted extensively, sharing her legal insights on marriage, custody and divorce matters at a time when the meaning of family structure is ever-evolving. She has been published dozens of times in reputable outlets people turn to when facing a life changing event, offering an approachable and informed point of view. Read and listen below for her leading views on everything from prenups to equitable distribution of assets.
Recently, Lisa Zeiderman spoke with leading divorce attorney, mediator and creator of The Better Apart Method, Gabrielle Hartley, on her YouTube show
If you are considering a divorce, are the earning spouse, and want to keep future earnings on your side of the ledger, the sooner that you file for divorce the better.
For the working spouse, the amount of benefits your divorced spouse gets has no effect on the amount of benefits you or your current spouse may receive.
Lisa Zeiderman was quoted in this Kiplinger article on protecting your financed when your spouse has a gambling problem. Read the full
It seems incredibly fitting to honor Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg in March, which coincides with what would have been her 88th birthday, on March 15, but also as a part of our #womenwhoinspire campaign to support Savvy Ladies for Women's History Month.