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Divorce and a Day Long Remembered/Martin Rosenfeld, JD

On August 28, 2014, the National Public Radio Station had a program that is part of its daily schedule known as “The Takeaway”. The following question was posed to its listeners: 212 more words

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The high price of divorce

Divorce is a costly business in America. Litigation for determining child custody, spousal support, and division of properties isn’t cheap. It’s disheartening to think about how much money is required simply because two people are unable to work out their differences. 201 more words

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Who Worries About Children in Divorce?/Martin Rosenfeld, JD

Mark Sanford, former Governor of SC, and current US Representative was ordered by a judge to enter into mediation with his ex-wife Jenny. His divorce is complete, but the court has been asked to review the trust fund that was to have been set up for 2 of their children. 190 more words

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Mediation and Attaining Closure/Martin Rosenfeld, JD

A Florida attorney, Cindy Bishop, recently wrote a short piece on 5 mediation “secrets” at http://www.floridatoday.com/story/money/business/2014/07/28/edge-five-mediation-secrets-can-change-life/13305671/. The secret that is most interesting to me, as a reader, is the idea that when a mediation ends it is time to “move on”. 174 more words

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Mediation Styles/ Martin Rosenfeld,JD

A recent post appeared at mediate.com by Don Cripe, Esq. In explaining his decision to become an ex-litigator and a full-time mediator, Mr. Cripe states: 251 more words

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Mediation and Creativity/Martin Rosenfeld, JD

An article about mediation in the Buffalo, NY area recently appeared at http://www.bizjournals.com/buffalo/blog/buffalo-law-journal/2014/06/mediation-on-rise-in-matrimonial-cases.html. The thought that was expressed was that mediators often choices and not laws or mandates from “up high”. 90 more words

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