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Nov 21, 2014, 6:30 AM
Three Ways Divorce Mediation Can Even The Playing Field: Part Two In A Conversation On Domestic Violence
She never saw the first punch coming, but after 10 years of marriage she expects them. The punches to her head, abdomen, legs, and the rest of her body are quick and painful, but they don’t hurt as much...
Sep 19, 2014, 8:07 AM
When Enough Is Enough: Saying No To Domestic Violence
There are a lot of things they teach you in law school. They teach you to be an advocate but not to take on your clients' issues as your own. They teach you to be selective and not retain...
Aug 7, 2014, 12:33 AM
Divorce: when you’re here, you stop being family
I am going through my first divorce. Make that divorces – yes, multiple divorces –not as a spouse, but as a lawyer, advocate and mediator. In many ways, I recognize that my career is at an interesting place: launching...
Feb 25, 2014, 5:40 PM
How choosing a health insurance plan took years off my life… and three things I learned in the process
I turned 26 last week and like any other mid-twentysomething year old I spent the weeks leading up to my birthday planning the biggest party ever. Jokes! The only thing I planned and researched were various healthcare options. Over the...
Jan 8, 2014, 7:31 PM
Five ways that divorce mediation can help resolve the “Get” crisis
Leah was still chained to her ex-husband: two years after the civil court granted her a divorce, her ex-husband Dovid, a devote orthodox Jew, still refused to give her a religious divorce called a “get.” Without the religious divorce, Leah...
Born and raised in the big BK. Rachel is a young attorney trying to make sense of and change the world around her.