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Agunah, Facebook, and Mediation/Rabbi Martin Rosenfeld

March 24, 2012


(Disclosure: I have volunteered in recent weeks to mediate the Agunah dispute in the Epstein/Friedman matter. I have never been involved in this matter in a professional way, as only Mr. Friedman agreed to mediation. Mr. Friedman will only be aware of this article after it appears. I speak for no person but myself in […]

What About the Kids?/Martin Rosenfeld

March 14, 2012


It has been stated that effective writing is when the written word seems to be in conversational English. We are writing as if we were having a dialogue with our reader. Such an article about children and divorce recently appeared at The article,”Do Children Fare Better in a Mediated or Litigated Divorce?”, by Dr. […]

Does Intensity Count in Divorce Negotiations?/Martin Rosenfeld

March 1, 2012


The debate on Health Care has led to interesting polling.  While the country is divided on its support of a new Health Care program, those who are opposed often poll “strongly opposed” and those who are in favor are not passionate about their support.  This is a statistical gap many call an “intensity gap”. Often […]