Listen to Lisa Zeiderman on “How to Split a Toaster” Podcast

Listen to Lisa Zeiderman on “How to Split a Toaster” Podcast   Lisa recently joined Seth Nelson of NLG (NelsonLawGroup) and Pete Wright on the #HowtoSplitaToaster podcast to talk about navigating the complicated landscape of mental health issues, disagreements about today’s big issues and more when co-parenting or going through a divorce. They discussed —> […]

What Happens When Parents Disagree on COVID Vaccines?

The arguments over COVID-19 vaccines have spilled over into the realm of family law as co-parents try to determine whether or not to vaccinate their kids against the virus. In some cases, parents have even temporarily lost custody of their children over their own refusal to get vaccinated. Deciding whether to vaccinate children against COVID-19 […]

Lisa Zeiderman Visits The Learn to Mediate Online Podcast

You do not become one of the nation’s top family law litigators if you don’t have the ability to adapt. Lisa Zeiderman had to partially reinvent her practice during the pandemic. For the past 2 years,  with court appearances, trials and depositions being held virtually, Lisa was able to keep her client’s cases moving forward. […]

When Co-Parents Disagree About Vaccinating Their Children

The Omicron variant is raising the stakes, again. As most are well aware, the CDC has approved, for emergency use, the Pfizer vaccine for COVID-19 for children ages 5-11, which means more parents are making decisions about whether to vaccinate children in this age group. Virtually every day, I hear from divorcing parents who disagree with their co-parents on […]

What do I do if my co-parent and I do not agree on vaccinating our kids?

The CDC has approved, for emergency use, the Pfizer vaccine for children ages 5-11, which means more parents will be making decisions about vaccinating their children in this age group. Families began these conversations around their 16-year-old plus children, then younger teens, and now, the pool of those eligible has gotten considerably larger. Whether or […]

9 Considerations for You And Your Co-Parent as You Navigate Child Therapy.

Children processing a divorce in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic can certainly benefit from seeing a therapist. Keep the following tips in mind. Here are some basic rules of the road for choosing and dealing with your child’s therapist: Before you enlist the help of a therapist(s), make sure your co-parent approves of the […]

Trick or Treat Tips for Co-Parents

Did you know that the CDC has approved trick or treating for this year? If you have not done so already, now is the time to communicate with your co-parent to ensure you are on the same page about Halloween plans with the children. And while you are at it, take the time to talk […]

How to Divorce Someone Suffering from Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD)

One of the greatest challenges that can face a married couple or a couple in the process of getting a divorce is when one or both partners suffer from a mental health disorder. The issues that arise from the stress of marriage and child-rearing are complex for even the most emotionally stable couple. Adding a […]

Gov. Hochul Reinstates Older Judges

As reported in the New York Law Journal (link): New York Gov. Kathy Hochul has granted the return of four midlevel appellate judges to their original courts after they were ousted through a controversial austerity measure from Chief Judge Janet DiFiore and other top-level court officials. The Democratic governor has redesignated Ellen Gesmer, David Friedman, Sheri […]

Zoom Divorce

Lisa Zeiderman was the featured guest on the popular exEXPERTS podcast. Lisa speaks with Jessica and T.H. about COVID-19 and how Zoom divorce could actually have benefits.