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Lisa’s Divorce Horror Stories

Matrimonial attorney Lisa Zeiderman discusses prenuptial and post-nuptial agreements, emphasizing honesty, kindness, meticulous bookkeeping, and self-protection through immediate action and document provision.

Detecting and Stopping Financial Abuse: Tips from Lisa

Thank you to Leanne Townsend for having me on her #DivorcingWell podcast to discuss tips for detecting and stopping financial abuse. Sadly, financial abuse is all too common in relationships and victims often suffer in silence. Listen to this episode to learn what red flags to watch out for as well as actions you can […]

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 —> […]

Thinking about divorce and not sure about first steps? Listen Here!

Thinking about divorce and not sure about first steps?   Join SAS For Women Cofounder Liza Caldwell, MA CPC  and me for a confidential Zoom event next week!   Tuesday, September 27, 2022 12 – 2:00 pm Eastern Standard Time Space is limited. Admission $25 Click on the image/link below to RSVP and secure your seat.   […]

Mastering Your Financial Life with Judy Heft and Lisa Zeiderman

As the summer comes to a close, many are taking stock of their personal situation – emotional and financial. Judy Heft recently hosted me on her popular video podcast, “Mastering Your Financial Life” to talk about the important financial issues you should consider when thinking about divorce. It’s worth a watch and listen if your financial future […]

Five Things Everyone Should Know Before Drafting A New York Prenuptial Agreement

What Is a Prenuptial Agreement? It is important to be as prepared as possible at every stage of life. You can prepare for marriage by getting a legally valid prenuptial agreement. Each state has its own laws regarding prenuptial agreements, and what couples can agree to before divorce depends on what is allowable by state […]

College Tuition vs Retirement Savings: What Should Take Priority?

College Tuition vs Retirement Savings: What Should Take Priority?   This is a question that comes up frequently in my practice: 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 complicated […]

A Women’s Guide to Money and Divorce

A Women’s Guide to Money and Divorce   How your finances are handled in a divorce may be the single biggest factor in your post-divorce quality of life and standard of living. It is crucial to compile a statement of net worth and ensure you are fully prepared for the division of marital property and […]