Divorce Month with Jacqueline Newman and Secrets of Married Women

Divorce Month with Jacqueline Newman and Secrets of Married Women


January Is Divorce Month? Jacqueline Newman, a managing partner at a top New York City divorce law firm joins the show today to explain why calls to her office pick up in January. “Nobody wants a divorce summons put into their stocking during the holidays” she says. After the holidays when spouses settle back into old habits, many flock to her office to get a better idea of what a divorce would look like. In this Business Insider piece Jacqueline calls January “keeping your options open” month. BUT!… Not every person who consults an attorney ends up actually filing for divorce.
Listen Live at 10:21 am EST today here 1490 WGCH or listen to the podcast after on DebbieNigro.com.

Jacqueline Newman is a Family Law Attorney & Managing Partner at Berkman Bottger Newman & Rodd in NYC. Her practice consists of litigation, collaborative law and mediation. She specializes in complex high net worth matrimonial cases and negotiating prenuptial agreements. She has appeared as a commentator on various television shows and has been quoted as an expert in numerous publications, including Glamour Magazine, Crain’s New York Business, U.S. News and World Report, Woman’s Day and The Huffington Post.

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Jacqueline Newman Attorney
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Secrets of Real Women Who Have Been Married 30-Plus Years! Shout out on the show today to PureWow and Rachel Bowie for this enlightening piece on how to keep a long marriage happily together. This was my favorite advice tidbit… “As cliché as it sounds, it’s helpful to marry your best friend. But taking it a step further: The key to an enduring marriage is to always treat them like that. For example, best friends are honest in a kind way, they accept each other the way they are and never try to change you. You also don’t stay mad at a best friend because they’re too important to you. I have never shouted at my best friends, but have shouted at my husband until I realized I wouldn’t do that to a friend. It’s pretty eye-opening.” ? Pamela, FL

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