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National Laughter Day

Sunday, May 7th was World Laughter Day!  This is not another “Hallmark Created Holiday.”  Heck, I searched high and low and could not find one card commemorating the day.  In […]

Hurricane Irma 25 Years Later

If you live in Miami-Dade, Broward or Palm Beach County, take note…we have just witnessed a miracle! Now, I am not pushing any religious views. I believe everyone is entitled […]

Equality (for Women) Like Charity…Begins at Home

On Saturday, our country witnessed some of the largest marches in recent history in cities across our nation and in cities across the world. Interestingly, many of the random women […]

Divorce Monday….It’s Today!!!

You heard of Black Friday and Cyber Monday but have you heard of Divorce Monday? Divorce Monday falls on the first business day of January (for 2017 – that’s January […]

The Best Things in Life Aren’t Things

Going through a divorce is never easy. However, there are certain parts of the divorce process that should be easier than others. Certainly, decisions about children can be difficult. Coming […]

Why the Presidental Race between Clinton and Trump Reminds me of Divorce Cases

Well, I’m still here practicing Family Law in Broward County, Florida. (Although I have just opened an office in Palm Beach…you know, closer to Mr. Trump’s palace, Mar-a-Lago). In other […]

Why The Next President Needs a Divorce/Family Law Attorney in the White House, and Why I Want the Job

With the Republican National Convention of 2016 now history and the Democratic National Convention well underway, I was reminded of John F. Kennedy’s famous inaugural speech where he stated, “Ask […]

Pets are People II

A while back I wrote about a British woman who pioneered the “pet nuptial” agreement, designed for couples to, in advance of any split-up or divorce, determined what would happen […]

Reflections on Father’s Day

  Okay, so I have to admit, my tribute to the fathers of the world is colored by the fathers in my life: 1)   My father, who  had about the […]