Regina in the News2021-02-23T14:55:53-05:00

Since June 2010, when the Washington Post first featured Regina and her approach to family law cases, she has routinely appeared in the media as a legal commentator on a variety of matrimonial issues.  Her former tv show, “Making It Last” for MMCTV focused on helping families tackle major issues using local experts and resources in the  MD area.  She has appeared on ABC tv, Sirius XM and Good Morning America, as well as countless articles and blogs across the country, and was cited as a relationship expert in Ellen McCarthy’s “The Real Thing” and Wendy Paris’ “Splitopia.”

Good Morning America on ABC: ‘Fairy Godmother’ ‘Levels’ Financial Playing Field for Divorces

October 7th, 2016|Categories: Regina in the News|

Regina DeMeo provides professional commentary on divorce financing options on Good Morning America.

Making it Last on MMCTV: Regina DeMeo’s interview with P. Kenny of Merrill Lynch re financial planning

October 7th, 2016|Categories: Regina in the News|

Here we talk about common mistakes that young families make by often postponing savings and setting up a financial plan. Money talks are hard, but necessary. Couples don't often have the same views on money and investment strategies, but rather than avoid these discussions, they need to find someone that can help facilitate an honest conversation that will help them find common ground so they can address key financial issues.

9 Interesting Clues That Predict Your Marriage Won’t Last by Sarah Hosseini in Romper

September 28th, 2016|Categories: Regina in the News|

Whether you're thinking about getting married, married already, or dreaming about it, you're bound to question your marriage or future coupling at some point. The questions may be specific [...]

Report: 28% of Americans Wouldn’t Marry Someone Who Had Debt by Rebecca Lake in MyBankTracker

May 1st, 2016|Categories: Regina in the News|

Bringing baggage into a marriage isn’t uncommon but it can be a huge problem when it’s financial rather than emotional. MyBankTracker decided to take a deeper look at whether [...]

Splitopia: Dispatches from Today’s Good Divorce and How to Part Well by Wendy Paris

March 1st, 2016|Categories: Regina in the News|

Engaging and groundbreaking, Splitopia challenges outdated, negative assumptions about divorce with sharp wit, searing honesty, rigorous research, and intimate interviews, and offers guidance for healthier, happier splits. When Wendy [...]

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