Author Of Soon-To-Be Ex Book Series
Get ready for brutal honesty, sage advice, and true concern for your emotional welfare as Jacqueline Newman exposes the myths and cultural misconceptions surrounding marital splits.
Jacqueline Newman is a New York City based divorce lawyer and experienced NY matrimonial law expert. As managing partner of a top tier 5th Avenue Manhattan law firm focused exclusively on divorce, her practice runs the gamut from prenups for high net worth people contemplating marriage to high conflict matrimonial litigation in dissolutions involving complex financial assets and difficult custody issues.
Matrimonial lawyer helping people with matrimonial, divorce, and custody matters
Creator of the Soon-to-be Ex Book Series now available on Amazon and elsewhere
Active commentator on television, radio and other media formats and sources
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A law school lecturer and New York continuing legal education instructor, Jacqueline sheds her fearsome advocate persona to teach mediation and collaborative law as alternatives to lengthy courtroom brawls. Jacqueline provides frequent expert legal commentary for national media outlets with appearances on ABC, NBC, Fox, Good Morning Britain… and in the pages of Glamour, Huffington Post, U.S. News & World Report, Washington Post, and other publications.
Jacqueline’s Recent Media Quotes
Money has an article up on how divorced women can still secure a successful retirement. Jacqueline Newman is one of the contributors and discusses how she spends a lot of her time pushing her clients to focus on the longer term. Read the full article here.
Committing to someone with that kind of student debt “feels very unfair,” said Jacqueline Newman, the managing partner of Berkman Bottger Newman & Rodd in New York. “Student loans can really hold you back,” she said. For couples just starting out, that burden is having an impact on their lifestyle and ability to buy a…
Find Jacqueline Newman on the Frankie Boyer Show HERE.
Jacqueline Newman contributes to an article on acknowledging mutual unhappiness when it comes to telling your partner you want a divorce. You can read the full article HERE.
Chicago Tribune article discussing how the Tax Cuts and Job Act changed the rules regarding tax deductions in divorce and separation agreements, changes that go into effect as of 2019. Also mentioned are Jacqueline Newman’s books Soon-To Be-Ex: A Woman’s Guide to Her Perfect Divorce and Relaunch and Soon-To-Be-Ex for Men: Preserving Wealth, Fatherhood, and Sanity…