Randy Kessler

Randy Kessler on what to look out for in divorce

Attorney Randall Kessler appeared on Good Day Atlanta this week to discuss what to look out for in divorce.

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Mr. Kessler Comments on Bill and Melinda Gates’s Divorce

Atlanta high-profile divorce attorney Randall Kessler has been asked by several media outlets to comment on the recent news that Bill and Melinda Gates are divorcing.

On Tuesday May 4th, he appeared in a Yahoo Finance article titled Bill and Melinda Gates already decided how to divide wealth: ‘Divorce is not something to waste money on’.

He appeared on Fox 5 Atlanta as well. Click here to view the video.

He also appeared in an article in People, which you can see here.

Lastly, he discussed the matter with the Atlanta Jewish Times on May 11th. Click here to read his remarks.


Lawyer Randy Kessler on divorce during the COVID-19 Pandemic

Atlanta divorce attorney Randy Kessler appeared on Fox 5 this week to discuss the COVID-19 pandemic’s effect on couples and divorces.


Randy Kessler featured on Behind the Case podcast

Atlanta divorce attorney Randy Kessler was featured on two episodes of Atlanta Attorney at Law Magazine’s “Behind the Case” podcast. One episode is titled “Randall M. Kessler, Esq. Family Law & Celebrity Clients” and the other is “Randall M. Kessler, Esq. Just Say No & Reality Checks.”

To listen to the podcast, click here.


Fox 5 Atlanta: Child Custody during the Pandemic

Family law attorney Randy Kessler appeared on Fox 5 Atlanta earlier this month to discuss changes to child custody that may be happening during the current coronavirus pandemic.


Randy Kessler appears on Georgia Public Broadcasting’s “On Second Thought”

Randall Kessler appeared on Georgia Public Broadcasting’s On Second Thought.

During the 15-minute segment, he discussed prenuptial agreements. It answers the question “who gets to keep the pet in the divorce?” and goes into further detail on the benefits of signing a prenup with your spouse.

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Randall Kessler Appears on 3TV’s Good Morning America

Randall Kessler discusses social media and divorce statistics on 3TV Arizona. The segment aired during the channel’s Good Morning America broadcast.


Randy Kessler discusses Bezos divorce on HLN

Jeff Bezos, founder CEO of Amazon, and his wife MacKenzie, are divorcing. The couple’s $137 billion net worth sets up this divorce to be one of the most expensive divorces in history.

Atlanta divorce lawyer Randy Kessler was invited to discuss the divorce and its implications on HLN. To view the segment, click here.

Additionally, Bloomberg gave Kessler the final word in their story on the Bezos Divorce: https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2019-01-12/bezos-divorce-will-cover-amazon-s-billions-but-could-be-simple


What happens with lottery winnings if a couple divorces?

Attorney Randall Kessler was interviewed by WSB-TV news about how lottery winnings can affect divorce procedures.

He touches on a different situations that can arise when a couple wins the lottery, including what happens when one spouse hides their winnings from the other.

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Mr. Kessler quoted in Huffington Post on Divorce Lawyers Relationship Advice

Originally Published at Huffington Post
Married divorce lawyers have an interesting perspective on relationships. Sure, they’ve seen things get ugly for their clients, but that doesn’t necessarily mean they’re pessimists who’ve lost all faith in love.

In fact, their careers have arguably made them better partners. They know what unhealthy relationship habits look like, and they can try to avoid them in their own lives. Below, four married divorce attorneys explain how their work has informed their romantic relationships.

1. They don’t rush into marriage.
“My wife and I dated for nearly 20 years off and on before we married. It is the first and only marriage for either of us. Sometimes I am convinced that being a divorce lawyer made it take a bit longer for both of us to commit. Even though we lived together before marriage and knew each other’s families well, it took a while to finally tie the knot. At a time when many of my peers have divorced and remarried, having realized that they rushed into their first marriage perhaps too hastily, I know that I certainly did not really rush into mine.” ― Randy Kessler, attorney, married 12 years

Read the full article here.