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Mediation Counters Our “Worst Angels”/Martin Rosenfeld, JD

February 18, 2018


Divorce Attorney Laura Wasser wrote an article in the current issue of Town and Country Magazine entitled “What Happens When Divorce Turns Into a Quest For Revenge?”. The article outlines some of the more outlandish behavior Attorney Wasser has seen in divorce actions. As she informs the reader, she advises her clients of the pitfalls […]

Lesson From the Korean Impasse/Martin Rosenfeld, JD

February 17, 2018


Walter Russell Mead, of the WSJ, in an article on Kim Yo Jong, wrote on 2/13/18 about the efforts to bring North Korea’s nuclear program under control. (Notice the step-by-step RX for finding a solution.) “All this is to say that the effort to denuclearize North Korea is an uphill climb. That does not mean […]

Advice From an Attorney-Mediator/Martin Rosenfeld, JD

February 2, 2018


Jo Edwards is a British attorney and mediator. Her work can be found at Ms. Edwards has advice for all who are confronting an upcoming divorce: *Do not rush the process. The divorce is a legal transaction. The decisions to be made will have impact for much of your future life. Do not feel […]

How Many Options Do We Need?/Martin Rosenfeld, JD

January 19, 2018


Professor Max Bazerman of Harvard Business School poses this question: “Did you ever see a house for sale and decide right then and there that you need to bid on it? You have fallen head over heels for this house. It is then likely that you will not be in a strong bargaining position. You […]

Wisdom From a Former President/Martin Rosenfeld, JD

January 1, 2018


Jon Meacham, an historian and author, wrote a piece for the NY Times on December 29. 2017. His contribution was entitled: “Donald Trump and the Limits of the Reality TV Presidency”. Mr. Meacham quotes President Eisenhower about leadership style: “You do not lead by hitting people over the head. Any damn fool can do that, […]

Custody Battles/Martin Rosenfeld, JD

December 30, 2017


A mediator/attorney whose thoughts have appeared in this blog is Marcy Jones, Esq. I came across an undated article of Mr. Jones’ entitled “Thinking About a Custody Battle? Think Again”. In the articles various reasons are outlined that argue for the parents working out an agreement for the custody of the children, rather than leaving […]

Divorce and the New Year/Martin Rosenfeld, JD

December 16, 2017


It is maintained that internet searches for the word “divorce” go up dramatically in the month of December. Why is it true that divorces are more prevalent in January than at other times? Some of the explanations include the following: *The initiating party for divorce wanted one last stress-free Holiday season with the family. *Financial […]