Browsing All posts tagged under »Children and Divorce«

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 in 2015/Martin Rosenfeld, JD

December 30, 2014


An article on divorce in 2015 appeared in a British journal entitled “Twelve Tips For  Healthy Divorce in 2015. It was authored by Elizabeth Saunders. I will outline the 6 points that were most worthy of contemplation, for those facing divorce in the New Year. 1. The need to try mediation is obviously always the […]

Children and Divorce/Martin Rosenfeld, JD

November 16, 2014


A recent post by Eden Strong appeared at Huffington Post regarding children of Divorce. It was entitled:”What I Told My Daughter When She Asked Why Dad Left”. The gist of the article is summed up in one paragraph: “You be honest — that you don’t have all the answers, that you wish you could make […]

The “Cost” Of Divorce/Martin Rosenfeld

October 4, 2013


(This article appeared at as it appears here, but with a different title.MR) There is a statement in the Zohar that indicates that everything requires Mazel, even the Sefer Torah itself. The explanation I heard about this thought is that a Sefer Torah is chosen or not chosen from the Aron by a series […]

What About the Kids?/Martin Rosenfeld

March 14, 2012


It has been stated that effective writing is when the written word seems to be in conversational English. We are writing as if we were having a dialogue with our reader. Such an article about children and divorce recently appeared at The article,”Do Children Fare Better in a Mediated or Litigated Divorce?”, by Dr. […]

Custody and Visitation-The Truth About Children and Divorce/M. Marcy Jones, Esq.

April 24, 2011


If you are going through a divorce or even just thinking about it, and you’re wondering how this will affect your children, I have some good news for you: Your children do not have to be damaged by your divorce. It is possible to divorce and raise healthy, well-adjusted, and balanced children. I also have […]