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Understanding mental health issues as they apply to divorce and child custody.
Lisa Zeiderman Esq., CFL
There is a particularly dangerous unpredictability when it comes to child custody litigation if one of the parents suffers from Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD).
Gaslighting is among the most subtle yet damaging forms of emotional abuse, and it is a technique deployed by people who seek to control the behavior of others.
You have likely heard the term "narcissist"—and you may even be trying to figure out how to disentangle yourself from a relationship with a narcissist in your life.
There can be no denial that extreme stress can exacerbate mental illness.
In a custody proceeding, an individual must understand that their mental state will be considered, including any history of mental health disorders.
As a matrimonial and family law attorney, I often meet with people who are concerned about protecting themselves financially from a spouse’s out-of-control spending.
Lisa Zeiderman is a Managing Partner of the law firm Miller Zeiderman & Wiederkehr, LLP., who focuses her law practice solely in matrimonial and family law.