Monthly Archives : August 2020
To tackle the special challenges merging two families into one presents, start by getting naked (financially speaking).
By: Veronica Dagher August 20th, 2020 The pandemic has shed fresh light on the need for workers to make sure their budgets, wills and insurance coverage are in good shape no matter what their age. As some businesses and schools reopen this fall, and employees head back to public spaces, many might want to make[…..]
By: Andrea Browne Taylor August 18th, 2020 Ending a marriage, especially when a child (or multiple children) is involved, is challenging on so many levels. We’ll deal here with the personal finances of co-parenting, and there’s a lot of money at stake — and we’re betting that you don’t want to be on the losing end[…..]
Dawn Cardi is a founding partner at Cardi & Edgar LLP. She has considerable experience in corporate and securities law, and has spent dozens of years as a matrimonial attorney, representing individuals in divorce and custody proceedings. She joins Stacy Francis to talk about the financial advantages and disadvantages of both formal marriage and[…..]
Figuring out whether to move to the suburbs or stay put is a perennial conversation for many New York City families that usually focuses on commute times and housing costs. Now, because the pandemic has changed so much about living in NYC, there’s a new impetus to search for houses with more room for working from home, doing online school, and enjoying private outdoor space. While there may be[…..]
Paige Zandri is a Managing Partner and the Lead Mediator of Artese Zandri. She has significant expertise in helping couples create an amicable separation. She joins Stacy Francis to discuss social media, and its effects on divorce. One’s presence on social media can impact alimony, child support, custody, and can be used as[…..]