Podcasts

In this series of podcasts, Robert is joined by Eliana Baer for a casual but informative discussion of some of the most timely and important topics in divorce law. Together, they identify trends in the law and provide an overview of how the courts, lawyers and litigants are responding to issues that arise in Family Courts every day.

- The Perils of Social Media in Family Law Disputes

In this podcast, Robert and Eliana Baer highlight the potential risks for family law litigants who use social media platforms and why it is so critical to apply a greater degree of caution when using such sites while involved in a family law dispute.
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- The Impact of “Grey Divorce” on Retirement Planning

In this podcast, Robert and Eliana Baer highlight the practical implications associated with the recent uptick in divorce among the “Baby Boomer” generation – those over the age of 50 – with a particular focus on how retirement planning for both spouses is affected.
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- Stop. Collaborate. Listen.

In this podcast, Robert and Eliana Baer explain why these three golden words are so critical to successful outcomes in divorce mediations and highlight the perils that can occur when divorcing spouses refuse to heed this advice during settlement talks.
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- Divorcing a Narcissist?

In this podcast, Robert and Eliana Baer highlight the special considerations that should be taken into account when divorcing someone who has a narcissistic personality.
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- The Effect of Emancipation on Child Support

In this podcast, Robert and Eliana Baer discuss emancipation, and specifically, what impact it has on the requirement to pay – or not pay – child support.
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- A Cautionary Tale of Alimony and the IRS

In this podcast, Robert and Eliana Baer explore the tax deduction of alimony, and specifically, why it is critical to structure a divorce or settlement agreement that leaves no ambiguity regarding deduction in the eyes of the Internal Revenue Service.
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