Browsing All posts tagged under »“graceful divorce”«

Are You Tweeting?/ Martin Rosenfeld, JD

August 11, 2016


A number of commentators have pointed out that Mr. Trump keeps missing chances to exploit gaffes by Ms. Clinton because he is so consumed by tweeting on a constant basis. When you are talking all the time, you have no time to listen and to react. George Will recently quoted Winston Churchill describing a political […]

Be Prepared/Martin Rosenfeld, JD

December 10, 2015


The football coach George Allen once said: “Winning is the science of being totally prepared.” We all know this teaching by intuition. Ever hear a speech that was well-prepared and one that was hardly prepared? The difference is quite significant. In a mediation, the advantages such as lower cost, lowered anxiety, privacy and Win-Win are […]

Life After Divorce/Martin Rosenfeld, JD

November 11, 2015


The New York Book Pundit had this to say about a book on divorce: “Rossana Condoleo’s ‘Happy Divorce’ is one of those rare gems that bring back your faith in humanity. Divorce is ugly, but you don’t actually have to “die” from it. […] And perhaps it’s safe to say ‘Happy Divorce’ is the post-divorce […]

The End/Martin Rosenfeld, JD

October 31, 2015


An article appeared in a recent edition of the WSJ on the leadership roles of CEO’s in the corporate world. The article touched on the issue of failure. Can a successful CEO ward of inevitable failure? The answer of course is that some failures cannot be avoided. However, a successful leader can determine how […]

Another Perspective on Divorce/Martin Rosenfeld, JD

July 18, 2015


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 […]

Lessons From S.C. on Divorce/Martin Rosenfeld, JD

July 10, 2015


The taking down of the Confederate flag in South Carolina gained the attention of many. A former governor of South Carolina was asked how this feat was finally accomplished, after many failed efforts. The response was that the love shown by the relatives of the 9 slain churchgoers was sufficient light to turn back the […]

Divorce and Facebook/Martin Rosenfeld, JD

May 30, 2015


Will Facebook be carrying more news about people’s divorces? It will if the thoughts expressed at will prove prophetic. The article discuss a “Good Divorce” one that takes the needs of all parties to heart and is based on a Win-Win situation. The concepts expressed therein are not new to those who have a familiarity […]