The panel addressed legal strategies on how to even the playing field when a particularly difficult 'ex' has the larger "war chest."
Philadelphia, PA (PRWEB) December 29, 2015
By their very nature, divorce and custody matters are generally contentious. But what if one of the parties is a particularly vengeful and bitter 'ex.' How does that change the nature of the game? What if the difficult 'ex' is your client?
In one of The American Law Journal's most watched programs, "Joint Legal Custody & Dealing with the Difficult "Ex," lawyers and a psychologist look at the legal and psychological interplay of a power imbalance of divorcing couples.
Host Christopher Naughton welcomed Donald F. Spry II, Esq. of Pennsylvania's King Spry Herman Freund & Faul and New Jersey's Thomas J. Snyder, Esq. of Einhorn Harris Ascher Barbarito Frost. Joining the panel for the first time was author and director of the Center for Couples & Family Solutions in Englewood, New Jersey, Dr. Debra Castaldo.
The panel addressed legal strategies on how to even the playing field when a particularly difficult "ex" has the larger "war chest."
About The American Law Journal
The American Law Journal, recently honored with an Emmy, is the weekly talk-feature program airing Monday evenings on the CNN-News affiliate for Philadelphia WFMZ-TV 69. All programs are available at http://www.LawJournalTV.com.
The program won an Emmy for the program "Sexual Orientation, LGBT & the Workplace: ENDA of Discrimination?" in the Interview/Discussion category of the 2015 Emmy Awards in the Mid Atlantic chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences. The program was also nominated in three other categories.