Browsing All Posts filed under »Divorce«

Starting Anew/Martin Rosenfeld,JD

April 15, 2018

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Joann Lublin penned an article for the Wall Street Journal (April 12, 2018) on how top managers bounce back after being dismissed from a previous position. A study by G. H. Smart & Co. found that nearly 25% of current executives had been dismissed at least one time. It has been theorized that people who […]

Advice From an Attorney-Mediator/Martin Rosenfeld, JD

February 2, 2018

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Jo Edwards is a British attorney and mediator. Her work can be found at http://www.ITV.com. 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 […]

Divorce and the New Year/Martin Rosenfeld, JD

December 16, 2017

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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 […]

Apologies/Martin Rosenfeld, JD

March 22, 2017

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Marjorie Ingall has an article on apologies at realsimple.com/imsorry. She presents her point of view very briefly in the following manner: “A good apology means laying yourself bare. It means putting yourself in the other person’s position, giving her what she wants and needs. In short, it’s not about you.” We are all familiar with […]

Picking Your Battles/Martin Rosenfeld, JD

March 12, 2017

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It takes two (or more) to get into a dispute. It is easy to lay the blame for the disagreement on the doorstep of the other party. Jacqueline Whitmore, an etiquette expert, cites 15 ways in which one can pick their battles wisely. Three of these suggestions, that center about the issue or personal accountability, […]

Trust Your Gut/Martin Rosenfeld, JD

February 19, 2017

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Deborah E. Lipstadt is an historian who has written much about the fact that there are still Holocaust deniers who disseminate their contorted views on the Holocaust period. In a recent article found at Esquire.Com, Jerad W. Alexander wrote a piece after interviewing Professor Lipstadt, entitled “A Holocaust Historian Explains Why People Believe Trump’s Lies”. […]

A Short Olympic Post/Martin Rosenfeld, JD

August 17, 2016

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The Olympics have had their share of stories that fall short of what we expect from a world event. But one moment will long be remembered. In a collision of two Olympic sprinters, Nikki Hamblin from New Zealand and American runner, Abbey D’Agostino fell to the ground in a tangled heap. Runners passed them by […]