Browsing All posts tagged under »Divorce Litigation«

When Mediation Must Give Way to Litigation/Martin Rosenfeld

October 2, 2012


Some divorce matters must be litigated. When is this so? A recent blog post outlines some of the tell-tale signs that mediation is not likely to work. These include the following: “If you believe your spouse is being dishonest or disingenuous On some occasions, your spouse may attempt to hide assets or fail to be […]

How to Win:Why Litigation May Not be the Best Choice/Laurie Israel, Esq.

August 21, 2011


Most of the work of a lawyer is to help a client achieve his or her goals in the most sensible and effective way, and at the least cost – financial and otherwise. We attorneys are trained as problem-solvers. In interviewing clients, we try to find out all facts which are relevant to a client’s […]