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Divorce and Your Home/Martin Rosenfeld

November 29, 2012

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A blog post, written by a Family Therapist, Vicki Volper, deals with a number of issues that arise in divorce matters, relative to the sale of the marital home. (The blogs can be found at http://mediationteamct.com/blog/). Many of these issues are laden with emotional impact and the need for mediation in such matters is self-evident. Some […]

Asking for Help/Martin Rosenfeld

November 26, 2012

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An article by Andra Bush appeared at Mediate.Com recently on asking for help when going through divorce. The article reminds us that we are never alone in our transitional periods if we learn to ask for help. Among the points that are made is that we need to accept the fact that asking for assistance […]

Gratitude After Sandy/Sharon Oberst DeFala, Esq.

November 18, 2012

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GRATITUDE AFTER SANDY This year, as always, I am collecting some of my favorite stories of the post-divorce possibilities. The eastern seaboard of the United States has just survived Hurricane Sandy and its after effects.  Those of us who “only” lost heat, or electricity, or ell service are feeling pretty grateful and fortunate right about […]

Divorce as Shalom Bayit?/Martin Rosenfeld

November 11, 2012

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A recent blog post appeared on mediate.com (http://www.mediate.com/articles/TamirD3.cfm) that deals with “The Shalom Bayit Divorce”. While the topic may be discomforting to some, Attorney Denise Tamir make a case for an early, mediated divorce when a marriage has become dysfunctional. Ms. Tamir makes a strong case for the advantages of mediated divorce in the context […]