A Senator is Remembered/Martin Rosenfeld, JD

Posted on June 29, 2014


Howard Baker, a former Republican Senator, Majority Leader, and White House Chief of Staff  recently passed away. A colleague of his in the Senate, Robert Dole remembered him this way: “Howard has left a lasting imprint on civility in politics.” It is comforting for surviving family and friends to know that Senator Baker is remembered for his civility. This blog has as its motif the theme of civility in divorce. It is of great worth to lead a life in civility and dignity. The life work of a Senator was summed up with the one term. For those going through a divorce, it is well to note that civility leaves an important imprint on many. The choice of civility is rarely one that is misplaced. Mediate don’t litigate.