Browsing All Posts published on »January, 2014«

Divorce and Parenting/Dr. Mark Banschick

January 27, 2014


We thank Dr. Banschick or his permission in allowing this article to be excerpted. MR Divorce is a challenge for everyone involved.  Fifteen years ago I was an expert witness helping judges decide on custody arrangements.  After seeing far too many messy divorces and exasperated judges, I thought that teaching parents how to divorce with […]

Marital Mediation/Martin Rosenfeld,JD

January 20, 2014


There is a website that is dedicated to promulgating articles and insights into the new field of marital mediation. Not surprisingly, the website is found at One of the articles that deals with marital mediation is found at This article is authored by an attorney and divorce mediation, Laurie Israel, Esq. Unlike marital therapy […]

Divorce Corp:The Movie/Martin Rosenfeld, JD

January 14, 2014


The documentary on divorce  “Divorce Corp” with narration by Dr. Drew Pinsky has arrived. With the release of the documentary comes the print reviews. Here are some journalistic tidbits: In a piece for FoxNews.Com,Hollie McKay quotes a legal expert, Wendy Feldman, who states that while most divorce disputes can be mediated, this is rarely ordered. […]

The Ideal Mediation Client/Martin Rosenfeld, JD

January 5, 2014


I came across the title for this blog recently in surfing the web. What would constitute the ideal client for a mediation? My answer would be this: The ideal client is both optimistic and resourceful. They are optimistic in their belief that the divorce can end amicably. They know that mediation will likely lead to […]