Browsing All posts tagged under »Pre-Nuptial agreements«

Mediating a Pre-Nuptial Agreement/Martin Rosenfeld,JD

March 23, 2015


In an article in HuffPo last October, Attorney/Mediator Laurie Israel wrote about a new passion she has discovered for mediating pre-nuptial agreements. In the traditional setting, one party gets the agreement drawn up and the agreement is then reviewed by opposing party’s counsel. In many cases, this agreement leaves little, if anything, to the party […]

A Good Mediation Question/Martin Rosenfeld

January 14, 2013


Dr. Kenneth Cloke, JD, has a recent article at about 25 questions that are suitable for a conference on Pre-Nuptial Agreements. I will focus on one question that the author asserts is crucial for pre-marital and post-marital discussions. That question would be: “What is the one thing the other party can do or say […]

The Art of the Pre-Nuptial Agreement/Laurie Israel,Esq.

June 24, 2012


It seems to be becoming more and more fashionable to have a prenuptial agreement. I get calls from people in their early 20s, with no assets, asking for one. Last week I got a call from a very excited young man who asked me to prepare one. I asked him when the marriage was occurring. […]

Halachic Pre-Nuptial Agreements

July 21, 2010


There is a website established by the Beth Din of America which deals with pre-nuptial agreements. Many rabbis have incorporated this pre-nuptial into the wedding ceremony. However, there is no reason why it cannot also be completed for those who are in the post-nuptial stage (i.e. already married.). The site is found at