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Divorce"Holding On" V. "Letting Go"/Martin Rosenfeld, JD

In a divorce process, the hurts and disappointments have been exposed for some time. The desire to seek to exact a price is often there. The process of mediation is curative in that it allows the parties the chance to discover how they can let go of these feelings and simply go about planning for their futures. 159 more words

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Good Faith in Negotiations/Martin Rosenfeld, JD

How is this for a good quote, by Henry Adams, about dealing in good faith?

“No man likes to have his intelligence or good faith questioned, especially if he has doubts about it himself.” … 185 more words

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Unsuccessful Mediations/Martin Rosenfeld, JD

An article recently appeared by Attorney Eric Solotoff on the topic of the benefits of mediation even when it leads to no resolution of the issues at hand. 214 more words

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Mediation and the Human Cost/Martin Rosenfeld, JD

In law school, I was introduced to the economic model associated with the University of Chicago in assessing what one should pay in order to save a human life. 192 more words

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Shuttle Mediation?/Martin Rosenfeld, JD

A colleague, Attorney William Donahue, recently wrote on a mediation where the parties could not be in the same room. The post appears at this link: … 168 more words

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The Billion Dollar Divorce

Harold Hamm and his ex-wife Sue Ann Arnall have just joined the unenviable ranks of the most expensive divorce settlements in U.S. history, after an Oklahoma court ordered Hamm to pay Arnall nearly a billion dollars as part of a divorce settlement following their 26-year marriage. 604 more words

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Two For Divorce?/Martin Rosenfeld, JD

I was looking at some quotes about divorce. Some are elevating, some are syrupy, and many are plain sad. Then there was this one by Margaret Trudeau: “It takes two to destroy a marriage.” If you are unsure if your spouse deserves the civility of a divorce via mediation and the path of Win-Win, ponder Ms. 24 more words

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