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The 2010 Election and Divorce Mediation/Martin Rosenfeld

November 7, 2010

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One of the lingering issues that has survived the recent election is whether or not President Obama can dispel feelings that he is aloof and/or elitist in his approach. President Clinton made adjustments to his political approach 2 years after he was first elected President. Can President Obama duplicate the same transformation? As an electorate, […]

Achieving a Better Divorce/M. Marcy Jones, Esq.

November 7, 2010

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This article is Part III in a series about achieving a better divorce. In Part I, you worked on the Big Picture view for yourself and your family. You spent time thinking about this and writing about it in detail in your journal. In Part II, you learned the value of getting informed about your […]

Post-Divorce Financial Considerations/Rabbi Reuven Bulka

November 7, 2010

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Both husband and wife, as they untangle, and wrestle with the complicated matter of financial arrangements, should disavow, to their own selves, any thought of making a killing on the deal, or really “sticking it” to the other. Each has the obligation to do the right thing for the other, at the same time as […]