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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.

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On Hindell Grossman’s popular podcast, “Inside Divorce: Practical Advice,” Lisa speaks about mental health issues prior to and during divorce, and how

In response to the fiscal crisis that the COVID-19 pandemic has created, New York State is planning to effectively force many judges over the age of 70 into retirement in a budgetary cost-cutting measure.

I have been conducting virtual and in-person matrimonial and family law trials during the coronavirus pandemic. There are pluses and minuses to each process.

5 Tips for Co-Parenting Through the Holidays, in a Pandemic COVID-19 restrictions complicate an already complicated time. December 2, 2020 It is

The extraordinary stress associated with this pandemic, along with fewer opportunities to physically separate from abusive partners, is likely to trigger and even embolden domestic abusers.

While marital agreements are meant to enhance the marriage by providing certainty, clarity, and protection in the event of a dissolution of the marriage, these agreements can also function as an invaluable tool in protecting and dividing assets after death.

Lisa Zeiderman sits down to discuss her career in marriage law and starting her own firm.  

To promote a client’s interest, the attorney must ensure that every step in crafting the case, as well as the ultimate trial itself, is designed to prove to the trial court that the client/parent can best promote the child’s interests, which is the court’s paramount concern.

Mediation might not be optimal for those whose spouse suffers from narcissism, bipolar disorder, borderline personality disorder, or other mental health issues.

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