Browsing All posts tagged under »Jewish divorce ethics«

Alternatives to Divorce Litigation

October 9, 2011


The following article was originally printed in the Mass. Lawyer’s Weekly publication. MR Demand for ADR, mediation up, family-law bar reports More clients now seeking cheaper ways to divorce By Julia Reischel Published: August 24, 2009 Family-law attorneys who specialize in mediation and “collaborative practice” say they are seeing a┬ámarked increase in demand for their […]

Holocaust Memorial Day, NJ Chief Justice, and Your Divorce/Martin Rosenfeld

May 2, 2011


I attended a Holocaust Memorial Day event in Clifton, NJ. One of the speakers on this program was NJ Chief Justice Stuart Rabner. Chief Justice Rabner is the son of Holocaust survivors and a proud Jew. Perhaps his greatest tribute came to the Chief Justice when he was nominated to be NJ Attorney General after […]

The U.S., Mubarak, and Divorce Mediation/Martin Rosenfeld

February 1, 2011


News Item: US declares Pres. Mobarak must remove the state of emergency rule. News Item: This rule was imposed in 1981. Sometimes we learn of the harm made by decisions we have made, only years later. We do not know the future and hence we are often shielded from reality, until it finally hits. It […]

The Decision to Divorce/Rabbi Dr. Reuven Bulka

September 28, 2010


It is vitally important for the couple to realize that once the reality of their having to be divorced settles in as being inevitable, the ground rules of the relationship change dramatically. This in itself is not easily achievable, but the awareness of this crucial difference changes the pressures and the expectations. It should therefore […]

A Presentation on Jewish Divorce

July 29, 2010


One of the web’s comprehensive resources on Jewish living is the website at A lecture on Jewish divorce appears, as presented by Rabbi Manis Friedman, a prominent rabbi, author, and lecturer. The lecture is presented at If you have never heard Rabbi Friedman in his lecture mode, you will find this experience to […]