If you missed Vacating an Arbitration Award in the Bais Din – Part I, go back and give it a read before delving into Part II, which primarily willContinue Reading Vacating an Arbitration Award in the Bais Din – Part II
As 2022 comes to a close (who can believe it?), I find myself reflecting on the year past, and also planning for the year ahead. 2022 has certainly has its…Continue Reading Top 10 Divorce Trends in 2022
I’ve previously blogged about issues surrounding the Agreement to Arbitrate and how that may be set aside in certain circumstances. But what about a case where the Agreement to Arbitrate…Continue Reading Vacating an Arbitration Award in the Bais Din – Part I
In anticipation of this series, I reached out to some former clients and asked them: How could you have been better prepared for your divorce?
One client told me that…Continue Reading Be Prepared for Your Divorce Series: Part II – Gather Your Proofs
Holidays are a magical time, full of whimsy, togetherness, and memory-making pastimes. Thanksgiving is my personal favorite. I love the food, the company, and the uninterrupted time I get with…Continue Reading Holidays with a Narcissistic Co-Parent: How to Create a More Harmonious and Magical Season for your Children
If you learn nothing else from my blog series on Arbitrations in the Bais Din, remember this one caveat: do not sign an Agreement to Arbitrate without the advice of …Continue Reading Do Not Sign Agreement to Arbitrate Without the Advice of a Lawyer
One of the questions I am often asked is: what is the number one piece of advice you would give to someone at the beginning of his or her divorce?…Continue Reading Be Prepared for Your Divorce Series: Part I – Talk to A Divorce Attorney First.
This US Weekly article of the 101 “splits” in 2022 – before the year is even over – got me thinking about the clickbait nature of divorce for celebrities (the…Continue Reading When Divorce is Clickbait
In a prior blog post, Setting Aside Bais Din Agreements to Arbitrate Due to Procedural Issues, I discussed the absolute necessity of the Umpire/Arbitrator’s Disclosure and the fact that…Continue Reading Arbitration Questionnaire Versus Umpire/Arbitrator’s Disclosure
It’s November 1st… “All I want for Christmas” was on every radio station at 12 a.m., Target stores have rapidly replaced all Halloween aisles with winter holiday decor, the rush…Continue Reading Five Holiday Season Tips for Separated Parents with Children