Life After Love Gone Wrong
Family law issues are never easy and rarely black and white.
Partner Sandra Fava and Associate Katherine Nunziata are the hosts of this family law podcast series in which they discuss the tough decisions people encounter as they contemplate and go through a divorce.
Over the course of the eight episodes, Sandra and Katherine provide insight to help listeners prepare for the legal hurdles inherent in divorce, custody, prenuptial agreements and more.
- Episode 1: Breaking Up Is Hard to Do
Sandra and Katherine delve into the key issues to consider when deciding whether to file for divorce.
- Episode 2: Meet Me Halfway
What do the words mediation, arbitration and collaborative divorce actually mean? Are any of these avenues right for you? Sandra and Katherine break down these legal buzz words.
- Episode 3: Mo Money Mo Problems
Hear from forensic accountant Daniel Roche of Marcum LLP, a national accounting firm, in this podcast about handling finances in a divorce.
- Episode 4: Sweet Child O’Mine
For parents going through a divorce, custody disputes can be one of the most heart-wrenching experiences they will ever face. In this episode, Sandra and Katherine tackle what happens when parents cannot reach an agreement.
- Episode 5: Step By Step
Often overlooked, but critically important, the stepparent/stepchild relationship shapes many blended families. Sandra and Katherine will talk with one stepparent about how working collaboratively can benefit everyone.
- Episode 6: Love Is a Battlefield
When it comes to awkward conversations, raising the idea of a prenuptial agreement ranks near the top. Sandra and Katherine discuss how to determine if you need a prenup, how to design one and how a prenup can affect a divorce.
The Perils of Social Media in Family Law Disputes
March 11, 2014
In this podcast, Robert Epstein 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.
The Impact of “Grey Divorce” on Retirement Planning
March 20, 2014
In this podcast, Eliana Baer and Robert Epstein 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.
Stop. Collaborate. Listen.
April 10, 2014
In this podcast, Eliana Baer and Robert Epstein 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.
Divorcing a Narcissist?
May 12, 2014
In this podcast, Eliana Baer and Robert Epstein highlight the special considerations that should be taken into account when divorcing someone who has a narcissistic personality.
Practical Advice Pieces (pdf)
- Assessing the Value of Marital Property
- Considering a Prenuptial Agreement
- How to Prepare for a Custody Evaluation
- Practical Tips for Dividing Personal Property
- Preparing for the Divorce Process
- Preparing for Trial
- Debunking California's Family Law Myths
- Top 10 Divorce Myths in Pennsylvania
- Debunking New Jersey’s Family Law Myths
- Debunking Delaware's Family Law Myths