Family Law Blog
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. Continue Reading The Notorious RBG and Women’s History Month
New York divorce attorney and Certified Divorce Financial Analyst Lisa Zeiderman was included in this recent Financial Advisor article by Karen DeMasters discussing how to divorce a millionaire. Specifically, Lisa talks about the biggest issues that financial...
Please join me in celebrating Women’s History Month in a very special way. Throughout March, Savvy Ladies, a not for profit which promotes financial literacy, is teaming up with Transamerica to talk about the women each of us admires, and why, in the #womenwhoinspire...
This legal document, negotiated and agreed to by both parties, can preemptively set forth how certain assets, including retirement funds, real property, executive compensation such as restricted stock units and businesses, are divided in the event of a divorce or legal separation. Continue Reading Celebrity Prenups: Two Celebrity Stories
As you plan the most romantic and memorable way to propose, it is critical to also consider what your financial union will look like, and as a part of that, how you will discuss sometime soon, the prenuptial agreement. Continue Reading Planning to Propose on Valentine’s Day? Consider Proposing a Prenup
As a matrimonial and family law attorney and a certified divorce financial analyst (CDFA), I often meet with people concerned about protecting themselves financially from a spouse’s out-of-control shopping habits. Continue Reading Manic Holiday Spending and Bipolar Disorder: How to Legally Protect Yourself
There are four financial areas you need a clear understanding of prior to embarking on a divorce: assets/liabilities, income/debt, monthly expenses, and future expenses. Continue Reading Planning for Divorce Means Understanding Finances
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. Continue Reading Divorce Cases Proceed In-Person or Virtually: There Are Pluses and Minuses to Both