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A Senator’s Divorce Story/Martin Rosenfeld

September 29, 2012

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The former Senator from Tennessee, Bill Frist recently entered into divorce proceedings with his wife. The article that describes the legal tenor of his divorce can be found at http://www.tennessean.com/article/20120919. What makes the Frist divorce notable is the desire of the two parties to make this divorce amicable. The Frists both filed “bare bones” legal […]

Five Major Financial Mistakes People Make When Considering Divorce/by Colorado Mediation Partners.Com

September 20, 2012

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(The following article was reprinted with permission of Scott Baroway, Esq. of Colorado Mediation Partners. Editor) Here are 5 simple, but often overlooked financial mistakes people make when considering¬†divorce. Being a Financial Victim If you are or you think your spouse is considering divorce, make copies of all important financial documents such as statements from […]

Keeping Divorce Costs Reasonable/Martin Rosenfeld

September 16, 2012

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An article recently appeared on the growth of divorces filed without an attorney. This is known as pro se divorces. The article can be found at the following post :¬†http://www.heraldtribune.com/article/20120909. The economy is one reason for pro se divorces. High legal costs is another factor. In the article, the pros and cons of such filings […]

Input Needed/Martin Rosenfeld

September 9, 2012

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This blog has been on line for more than two years. Many posts have agreed, coming from a variety of authors. I do not know what articles touch the most reader interest except through the feedback of statistics. I know, for example, that posts about children get many readers as do posts about the economics […]

A Minnesota Judge Confronts Divorce/Martin Rosenfeld

September 1, 2012

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The following message was recently recently written by a Family Court Judge in Minnesota, Bruce Peterson: “My judicial career has been focused in family law, which is hopelessly behind in coping with 50% divorce rates and 40% unmarried parent rates. Family fragmentation on this scale, the worst in the world, is going to have devastating […]