Divorcing the Narcissist
PODCAST: Divorcing the Narcissist
We’re bringing back a popular episode from last year where Stacy Francis interviews Lisa Zeiderman about divorcing a narcissist.
Lisa Zeiderman is Managing Partner at Miller Zeiderman, one of the leading matrimonial firms in New York and the tri-state area. She is also a Certified Divorce Financial Analyst and has been recognized by the American Institute of Family Law Attorneys as one of the 10 Best Family Law Attorneys for Client Satisfaction. She joins Stacy Francis to share everything you need to know about divorcing a narcissist.
- Some traits that may indicate that your partner is a narcissist include: charm and charisma, proficiency in manipulating situations to suit their benefit, lying, and a lack of empathy.
- People married to narcissists usually have volatile relationships that are more prone to being emotionally abusive. Divorce is already a challenging process, and it is even more so when a divorcee is afraid of their partner.
- If you suspect your partner may be a narcissist and you want to divorce them, you need to collect information and be as informed as possible. This will help you prepare for the process as much as you can.
- A strong attorney who will advocate for you is a key component to successfully divorcing a narcissist because oftentimes, a narcissist will use mediation as a form of control.
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