College Tuition vs Retirement Savings: What Should Take Priority?  

As many parents are readying for their children to apply to college this fall, this is a question that comes up frequently: should you prioritize paying for your child’s educational expenses or accelerating your retirement savings as you near the twilight of your career?  If you are divorced, this decision is made all the more […]

“Succession” Knows the Power Wives Always Win

The Wall Street Journal reached out to Lisa Zeiderman and other top divorce attorneys from across the country to ask about the popular HBO series, “Succession”. Reporter Ellen Gamerman asked Lisa for her thoughts about the show’s “power wives.” From the article: “There’s a power in being a second or third wife,” said New York […]

Knowing The Risks of an “All Access” Schedule

Tom Brady and Gisele Bundchen have reportedly decided to create a co-parenting plan that some may find a bit unconventional. Instead of adhering to a “customary custody agreement,” which allocates a specific schedule for each parent to spend with their children, Tom and Gisele are reportedly taking a different approach that some professionals say, comes with a number of risks.

Can My Co-parent Be Legally Monitored for Alcohol Abuse?

Know your legal options in a custody battle with an alcohol-addicted co-parent. I am not the first to say this: alcohol abuse disorder (alcohol addiction) can destroy a family. Marital problems can be difficult if not impossible to navigate unless both parties have a baseline of trust. Addictions often shatter that trust to such an extent that […]