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Marriages Which Fail;People Who Don’t/Martin Rosenfeld.JD

September 7, 2015

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I saw a comment on social media about the work of Debbie Ford, who has written about “Spiritual Divorce”. Ms. Ford has articulated that it is possible to attain healing in the aftermath of divorce by viewing the positive aspects of the relationship that has just ended. Ms. Ford emphasizes that even in failed relationships, […]

Divorce and Money/Martin Rosenfeld, JD

August 30, 2015

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There are persistent rumors that the Hollywood marriage of Football star Tom Brady, and his model wife, Gisele Budchen, is heading to divorce. One explanation that was offered is that there is a financial disparity in earning power. The Budchen worth is $340 million while the Brady wealth weighs in at a “paltry” $120 million. […]

Divorce Football Style/Martin Rosenfeld, JD

July 28, 2015

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A sportswriter named Conor Orr recently wrote about two teams, two quarterbacks, and a football “divorce”. ┬áThe Green Bay Packers are presumed to have mishandled the departure of their star player Brett Favre when they announced his departure from their team several years ago. It was an embarrassment to both team and start player alike […]

Another Perspective on Divorce/Martin Rosenfeld, JD

July 18, 2015

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The thrust of this blog is that divorce can be civil and dignified. However, even civil and dignified divorce can be an event that s scarring and traumatic. Adults can deal with the negative impact of divorce via therapy, support groups, new opportunities for growth, etc. Not all are equally capable of succeeding in all […]