Browsing All posts tagged under »Family Law«

Saying Goodbye to a Marriage/Martin Rosenfeld, JD

March 3, 2014


Family Lawyer Laura Wasser, uses the symbolism of flowers to explain how a marriage should not be ended. A client of Attorney Wasser’s responded to her doorbell. She was unaware that her spouse had decided to end the marriage but realized this upon opening the door to receive a divorce summons attached to a bouquet […]

Communication and Child Custody/Martin Rosenfeld

March 24, 2013


I belong to a listserve where a mediator asked for the best computer-based program for dealing with custody issues. A program was identified as being most helpful. This all makes me wonder what people did before computer programs on this topic were available. Perhaps they actually communicated in those days. There is no substitute for […]

Would You Go to This Attorney-Mediator/Martin Rosenfeld

February 4, 2013


I recently came across this bio written about a Divorce Attorney and Mediator: He has practiced law for over years and is a Board Certified Specialist in Family Law. He has found that most people want to get through the legal system with their dignity intact and with the best terms they can work out […]

Trial Lawyers Discuss Divorce and Court/Martin Rosenfeld

February 7, 2012


A recent post in the Divorce section of the HuffingtonPost is authored by Attorneys J. Richard Kulerski and Kari Cornelison. The title of their post is “What Do Divorce Lawyers Do in Their Own Divorces?”. The title raises our interest. What indeed is the “secret” ready to be disclosed?  The answer is somewhat transparent.  Attorneys […]

Occupy Wall Street and Your Divorce negotiation/Martin Rosenfeld

December 25, 2011


If 2011 was the Year of the Protester, then much credit must go to the Occupy Wall Street Movement. What did the Movement accomplish? In my opinion, not really anything. However, it did prove the old maxim that if you don’t know where you are going, all roads will take you there. A person involved […]