Legalese with Lisa Beth Older Is a New TV-Show Pilot on YouTube

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High profile NYC divorce lawyer Lisa Beth Older announces the release of the TV-Show pilot entitled "Legalese with Lisa Beth Older". This is an entertaining and informational show with a new take on divorce and custody triggered by current celebrity high profile cases.

New York Divorce Lawyer Lisa Beth Older, Esq.

"if you stray you pay"

New York Divorce Lawyer Lisa Beth Older appeared on NBC's TV-Show "EXTRA" this past weekend to discuss the implications of the summer's hottest new divorces involving Larry King, Tiger Woods and Sandra Bullock. "I am happy to be of service if I can help shed some light on the legal implications of such divorce cases", says New York City high profile divorce lawyer Lisa Beth Older.

"Legalese with Lisa Beth Older" is a television show that covers topics such as those on "EXTRA" and she believes "her show could be of interest to trueTV, TLC, NBC" and/or channels like the Discovery Channel.

On NBC's "Extra" Attorney Lisa Beth Older was commenting on which of the above divorces would be the longest, nastiest and most costly. Lisa Beth Older commented that she thought the nastiest divorce might be the potential divorce of Larry King, given that it was rumored that the couple has no prenuptial agreement. Lisa Beth Older's advice on NBC's "EXTRA" to all celebrity couples contemplating a divorce was to "settle out of Court for the sake of the children".

What was not aired on television are Attorney Older comments on Sandra Bullock's case. In that case there's a prenuptial agreement with a "if you stray you pay" clause, meaning that if Jesse commits adultery there is probably a penalty clause.

In Tiger Woods case there's also a prenuptial agreement in place, but details are secretive, as secretive as his actions that led up to this possible divorce. However, it's rumored that Elin stand to receive up to $300 million dollars, which would be a new record in a divorce settlement. This payout might be an indicator that there might be a "if you stray you pay" clause in their agreement as well. In this case there's also children to be considered. "I don't see how Tiger could get custody with him being out playing as much as he does", says NYC Divorce Lawyer Lisa Beth Older.

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