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When you are preparing for divorce there may be certain things not to do openly. Jacqueline Newman contributes to this new article from Glamour that discusses things you might do in secret before your divorce goes through. That includes paying closer attention to your money and creating a social media game plan. Read the full…
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The saga of the custody battle over Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie’s six children is currently set to take place in a private trial. Jacqueline Newman contributed to an USA Today article on the latest in the custody saga, saying: “Sometimes spouses do not realize that just because someone may be a bad spouse that…
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Divorce attorney Jacqueline Newman discusses the news of Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie are taking their custody battle to court on Headline News. That includes dates, timing and the possibility of settlement.
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Student debt is another form of money stress that can harm a marriage. Marrying someone with that kind of student debt “feels very unfair,” and can “really hold you back” from buying a home or having children, said Jacqueline Newman, the managing partner of Berkman Bottger Newman & Rodd, a divorce and family law…
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Jacqueline Newman recently contributed to a Yahoo! Finance article on how earning more can increase your chances of divorce. The article covers various factors. For example, Newman cited that the high-income earner may have a job that requires travel and long hours. “Then they spend a lot of time apart,” she said. “That causes a…
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Did you know that making more money can also increase the chance that you get divorced? Jacqueline Newman contributes to the full article at CNBC, which you can read HERE. Here is a short excerpt: In addition, the high-income earner may have a job that requires travel and long hours, noted Jacqueline Newman, the managing…
Jacqueline Newman on John Gomez Show talking about divorce and the new divorce law taking affect in New York.
Scandal-magnet reality star Jon Gosselin is making headlines again. The Jon and Kate Plus 8 alum and father of eight is reportedly seeking custody of his daughter Hannah, 11, from ex-wife Kate Gosselin, who has had primary custody of their children since the couple split in 2009.
During a visit to her father’s digs last month, the tween allegedly told Jon, 38, that she didn’t want to return home to the family’s mansion in Wernersville, Penn., citing “cruelty” from her mother, 40, whom she says is forcing her to film new episodes of their brood’s TLC series Kate Plus 8, according to tabloid reports.
I often tell my clients that “litigation is a luxury no one can afford.” It does not matter how much money one has; no one should want to spend it on litigation. The greater concern for those with significant incomes is that there are less “rules” for courts to follow. Statutes and case law often address situations of people of more modest incomes. For example, in New York, the statute that governs child support (Child Support Standards Act) caps the parties’ combined parental income at $141,000. If the combined parental income exceeds $141,000, then a court looks to numerous subjective standards to determine the appropriate amount of child support.
Jacqueline Newman of the New York law firm Berkman Bottger Newman & Rodd, LLP has been honored by Super Lawyers magazine as one of the 2014’s New York Metro Top 50 Women Attorneys for the second year in a row.
Jacqueline Newman joined Berkman Bottger Newman & Rodd, LLP in 1998 and is now the managing partner of the firm. Ms. Newman’s practice consists of litigation, collaborative law and mediation. She specializes in complex high net worth matrimonial cases and negotiating prenuptial agreements.
January is Divorce Month. Analysis with Family Law Attorney Jacqueline Newman, Managing Partner at Berkman Bottger Newman & Rodd on This Morning with Gordon Deal Radio.
“I wanted to have a child and she ultimately didn’t,” Budd said. “She said she just felt like she didn’t have maternal feelings.”
Far less has landed couples in divorce court, but the Burke, Va., couple — he an editor and she a nurse — made it through. Budd, now 46, said he gave up the parenting dream and channeled his fatherly feelings into volunteer work on behalf of poor kids all over the world, trips his wife came along on a couple of times.
Madonna is trying to get her son Rocco flown back to the US to live with her. Lawyer Jacqueline Newman talks Piers and Susanna through the custody case.