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Modest Goals/Martin Rosenfeld,JD

Richard Haass recently wrote an article about Desert Storm and what it taught us. He stated that that war, unlike subsequent wars in the new century, taught us the importance of having modest goals. 209 more words

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Divorce Lawyers Vs. Divorce Mediators: How They Approach Child Custody

Parents who divorce are faced with many decisions about how their children will be cared for post-separation.  Divorce attorneys and divorce mediators have different approaches when helping clients formulate custodial care plans. 645 more words

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Mediation Works/Martin Rosenfeld, JD

Many of us have seen the history of the world according to Mel Brooks. In one scene, Moses announces that he has brought the 15 Commandments. 106 more words

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Mediation Before the Marriage/Martin Rosenfeld, JD

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. 169 more words

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Dispute Resolution/Martin Rosenfeld, JD

A recent post by mediator/author Vivian Scott appeared at mediate.com entitled “8 Habits of a Conflict Resolver”. The top three attributes of a person who will try to avoid conflict, as I see them, are the following: 202 more words

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Divorce and Your Pet/Martin Rosenfeld, JD

A recent article appeared on the Family Law Matters Blog, penned by Deborah Hope Wayne, Esq., on divorce and pet custody. How is it decided who gets the family pet when a divorce occurs? 163 more words

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Hateful Words/Martin Rosenfeld, JD

It was a proud father at work. Former Red Sox pitcher, Curt Schilling, used his Twitter account to congratulate his daughter upon her acceptance to college. 212 more words

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