Men have long been silent and stoic about their inner lives, but there’s every reason for them to open up emotionally—and their partners are helping.
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Understanding mental health issues as they apply to divorce and child custody.
Lisa Zeiderman Esq., CFL on January 31, 2023
Prenuptial agreements can build certainty, which reduces anxiety, cuts down on future legal fees, and provides a road map for your financial future.
Lisa Zeiderman Esq., CFL on January 11, 2023
Are you facing credit card bills resulting from a spouse’s uncontrolled spending?
Lisa Zeiderman Esq., CFL on December 12, 2022
Planning to introduce your significant other to your children this holiday season? Here are some reasons you should think twice.
Lisa Zeiderman Esq., CFL on November 17, 2022
You might have heard that Brady and Bundchen are getting a divorce. But have you heard about their unconventional custody plan? Here's what the agreement might mean for their children.
Lisa Zeiderman Esq., CFL on October 20, 2022
Does your co-parent have alcoholism? It's important to know your legal options to keep you and your children safe.
Lisa Zeiderman Esq., CFL on September 13, 2022
Travel sites recommend that travelers book their holiday plans now. But before you book your flight, review your custody agreement.
Lisa Zeiderman Esq., CFL on June 8, 2022
Custody issues are a significant source of pressure, especially after a recent separation or divorce. Try to sort this out before summer is fully underway.
Lisa Zeiderman Esq., CFL on May 18, 2022
The ongoing civil lawsuit between Amber Heard and Johnny Depp is a reminder that a plaintiff or defendant’s mental state can be introduced as evidence.
Lisa Zeiderman Esq., CFL on April 21, 2022
Is your co-parent actively working toward alienating your child against you? Here are some tips to help you identify and address parental alienation.
Lisa Zeiderman Esq., CFL on March 3, 2022
A civil relationship with your co-parent is critical for your child’s well-being. Try these 5 steps to foster an improved relationship between you, your ex, and your child.
Lisa Zeiderman Esq., CFL on January 20, 2022
With the holiday season behind us, you may be facing credit card bills resulting from a spouse’s manic spending. This is particularly stressful if you are in the midst of divorce.
Lisa Zeiderman Esq., CFL on December 8, 2021
A few ways to work through this complicated issue and, hopefully, to get to an agreement.
Lisa Zeiderman Esq., CFL on November 22, 2021
The first holiday season after divorce or separation is often the hardest on the children and the co-parents. Here are a few tips to make it a little easier for all of you.
Lisa Zeiderman Esq., CFL on October 6, 2021
Is someone continually checking on how you spend your money? You might be the victim of a form of emotional abuse known as financial stalking.
Lisa Zeiderman Esq., CFL on September 9, 2021
Parental alienation is the rejection of a parent without legitimate justification and realistic estrangement is the rejection of a parent for a good reason.
Lisa Zeiderman Esq., CFL on June 8, 2021
Breaking free of a marriage with a narcissist can be complex and painful. Preparation is key.
Lisa Zeiderman Esq., CFL on April 29, 2021
If co-parents set the same limitations and clear boundaries around screentime, the child will develop expectations around the use of the device and have less anxiety transitioning.
Lisa Zeiderman Esq., CFL on March 23, 2021
Not only can a gambling addiction break the trust and bond of a couple, but it can destroy the family's finances.
Lisa Zeiderman Esq., CFL on February 17, 2021
If you are being kept in the dark about your marital finances or are given an allowance doled out by your spouse, you might be a victim of financial abuse.
Lisa Zeiderman Esq., CFL on December 2, 2020
COVID-related guidance has made navigating the holidays even more challenging for divorced families.