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My NY Times Interview - CNN and Good Morning America may want you!

Happy New Year to Everyone!

I hope that you all enjoyed blessed holidays.

I would like to share with you the news of my quote in the NY Times today. Recently I received a call from a reporter there doing a story on the down housing market and it’s effects on those in divorce. That story was released online today. You can read the full story here http://www.nytimes.com/2008/12/30/us/30divorce.html?_r=1&em .

In the meantime I have received calls from CNN and Good Morning America today as they are also working on similar stories. They are looking for couples who are in situations that the article addresses. Do you know of any couples currently wanting to divorce, in the process of divorce or recently divorced who have made some creative living arrangements because of not being able to sell their home? I am specifically referring to situations that the article speaks about – living on different floors or separate areas of the house or sharing the home during different days of the week, etc. (during and after the divorce).

They are looking for middle to upper-middle income couples, anywhere in the country, who would be willing to at least speak with them and then possibly appear on camera. I have talked with the reporters about the sensitivity of this issue and they have assured me that no one will just show up at their doors with cameras. They do understand the personal issues behind this and want that to be the main focus of their stories, which is putting a human face on the economic fallout of divorcing in a down real estate market.

If you know anyone who would be interested in taking part in this please feel free to have them contact me directly - Lisa (@) Divorce Money Matters . com.

Wishing you all a new year filled with all good things to come.

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