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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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When your spouse is a narcissist, diagnosed or not, getting through a divorce will likely be just as confusing and hard as your marriage has been: which might seem difficult to bear.

As many parents are readying for their children to apply to college this fall, this is a question that comes up frequently:

Lisa's latest article for the Forbes Business Council discusses how to teach the art of business development to your team.

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"Succession" delves into the lives of the Roys, a high-profile, wealthy, and dysfunctional family, as they navigate power struggles, corporate intrigue, and personal relationships.

Lisa Zeiderman and Aiofe Collins explore why giving a Get in a Jewish divorce arises during a civil divorce.

Lisa Zeiderman was recently quoted in Kiplinger on financial issues related to gray divorce.

In this episode of "Single Lady Estates," Lisa Zeiderman shares share practical steps and considerations for divorce.

Lisa was recently a guest of Bobbie Wasserman on her podcast, Single Lady Estates -- for two episodes.

The Wall Street Journal reached out to Lisa Zeiderman and other top divorce attorneys from across the country to ask about the

Lisa Zeiderman's latest article for Forbes Business Council discusses what work-life balance really means for a small business owner in a service business.

Artificial intelligence (AI) makes life easier, from helping with online shopping decisions to increasing efficiency at work. But did you ever think about how it might affect divorce proceedings? Read on to learn more about how AI could change how we view divorce.

Lisa Zeiderman, a New York based matrimonial attorney, Certified Divorce Financial Analyst and Certified Financial Litigator, encourages clients to discuss their tax returns with her early in the year.

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