How to Negotiate a Divorce Settlement with Your Spouse

How to Negotiate a Divorce Settlement with Your Spouse

Divorces can be notoriously bitter, but they don’t need to be.

Chaim Steinberger is a family law attorney with Chaim Steinberger, P.C, based in New York. In this video, he explains how the right negotiation tactics can help both parties walk away from the divorce feeling like they were treated fairly.

As he explains in this video: you can get a better deal by not being gratuitously nasty.

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0:37 – What are “win-win” techniques for going through a divorce?
1:05 – What is the alternative to “divorce without destruction?”
3:24 – Do you need a lawyer to get through the divorce process?
6:30 – How is this practically applied?
10:00 – Can we use these principles in other aspects of our lives?
11:03 – How do you apply these techniques to child custody disputes?
14:15 – Anything else to add?

Disclaimer: This video is for informational purposes only. In some states, this video may be deemed Attorney Advertising. The choice of lawyer is an important decision that should not be based solely on advertisements.


  1. "They" aren’t vengeful. The one getting hung out to dry because the bread winner has found a new squeeze is the vengeful one. Yes, you do learn who your spouse really is. How could I have fallen for it? Because that is what marriage is. It’s trust. No, he is not a good guy. Learn what commitment is before you say that. If the attitude toward a life long commitment is nonchalant, marriage should be outlawed.

  2. This doesn’t account for the fakers who portray themselves as Dr. Jeckyl but reveal the Mr. Hyde within AFTER the marriage. Sounds like victim-blaming to say, "You knew exactly who this person was when you married them." Um NO, no I did not!
    But I sure do now.

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