Browsing All posts tagged under »Mediation V. Litigation«

The Benefits of Mediation/Martin Rosenfeld, JD

June 21, 2020


Many benefits are listed as “selling points” for mediation. It is fast, it is relatively inexpensive, it is private, etc. However, there are benefits of mediation that go beyond its favorable comparison with standard litigation. It is better to resolve disputes amicably than via confrontation and rancor. Tf you will, mediation is better for the […]

Mediation and the Battling Couple/Martin Rosenfeld, JD

January 7, 2017


Can mediation work between a wife and husband in a divorce action, where communication is poor between them? The simple answer is “yes”. The more complex answer is “What alternative is there?” A trained mediator can get a couple with poor communication skills to mediate successfully by creating a safe and nurturing “space” for the […]

The Finances of Divorce?/Martin Rosenfeld

November 23, 2011


Mediators, whether attorneys or not, take a great deal of pride in their work.  The ability to work with a couple going through divorce, and helping them attain Win-Win is very great.  The ability to help the couple avoid the trauma of litigation and confrontation cannot be overstated.  Divorce Mediation is constructive and personalized.  These […]

Being Taken Seriously/Martin Rosenfeld

January 26, 2011


An Atlanta print journalist, Kyle Wingfield, asked whether we can take the President seriously after his State of the Union address, in light of inconsistencies and inflated claims. Mr. Kingfield is no fan of the President. The fact remains that politicians are often inconsistent and blustery in what they say. Perhaps this is why they […]