Browsing All posts tagged under »Divorce and Holidays«

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 […]

Gratitude After Sandy/Sharon Oberst DeFala, Esq.

November 18, 2012


GRATITUDE AFTER SANDY This year, as always, I am collecting some of my favorite stories of the post-divorce possibilities. The eastern seaboard of the United States has just survived Hurricane Sandy and its after effects.  Those of us who “only” lost heat, or electricity, or ell service are feeling pretty grateful and fortunate right about […]

Divorce and Holidays/Martin Rosenfeld

November 20, 2011


A recent blog by Cicily Janus gives advice about celebrating Holidays post-divorce. The article appears as a Top-10 list and it contains much wisdom. The top 3 pointers are listed here: 3. Do not use time with your family to badmouth your ex. Firstly, you too are an ex-spouse and you are indicting yourself as […]