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The Holidays 2015- It’s Just Not Right to Fight

  Everyone is in the throes of the holiday season.  Today is the last day of Hanukkah, and Christmas is a mere 11 days away, followed by the beginning of […]

Recipe for Divorce: Don’t Discuss Finances

 As a divorce/family law attorney, a question I am frequently asked is, “So, what’s the main reason couples get divorced?”  This is typically at some cocktail party or other social […]

The PSAT (Parental Scholastic Aptitude Test) Would You Make the Grade?

While listening to National Public Radio on Sunday, I heard an interesting story about a high school in New Jersey where, as part of a health class project designed to, among […]

Pet Nuptial Provides for Furry Friends in Divorce

So it has been a few weeks since I posted my blog  that (shocker) pets are not people in the eyes of Florida courts. If you’ve spent any time contemplating […]

No Trust in Trusts as Largest Divorce Judgment Busts Billionaire’s Attempt to Conceal Assets

               A Geneva, Switzerland court last month handed down “the most expensive divorce in history,”  according to the happy wife’s lawyer.  At least I […]

Should You Wait…Even If You’re In Love?

A recent study by Dr. Arielle Kuperberg, an assistant sociology professor at the University of North Carolina, reveals living together does not increase the likelihood of divorce.  Rather, according to […]

International Women’s Day

On Friday, as the week wound down, I asked my association, Helena Farber, if she had any plans for the coming weekend. “Well, tomorrow I am celebrating International Women’s Day,” […]

Divorce Corp., the Movie…But It’s Only A Movie

As I tried tonight, before leaving the office, to get through the daily deluge of emails, I came across one with the words “**Media Alert**” spaced strategically across the top.    […]