Tag Archives: Divorce Ethics

Preparing for a Divorce Negotiation/Rabbi Menachem Rosenfeld, JD

You have chosen to mediate, have a mediator and are now ready to negotiate. What do you need to do now? A recent blog appeared at http://www.breakupcarepackage.blogspot.com. Five of the suggestions will be outlined here. 1.Have a checklist of what you … Continue reading

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Male and Female Roles/Rabbi Dr. Aton Holzer

(Although this discussion is technically not related to Agunah matters, the insights offered here might prove helpful to gaining self-awareness as a community into some of the dynamics at work. We thank Rabbi Dr. Holzer for his contribution. MR) As … Continue reading

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Divorce and Civility/Rabbi Menachem Rosenfeld, J.D.

(The following Dvar Torah is repeated here as the Parsha of this week reminds us of a powerful thought.) There is a Medrash on Parshas Noach that is based on the Pasuk that “Tov HaShem LaKol V’Rachamav Al Kol Maasav”. … Continue reading

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Divorce and the “Big Stick”/ Rabbi Martin Rosenfeld

Michael Goodwin, a syndicated columnist, once wrote a piece in which he accused President Obama of getting the teaching of President Teddy Roosevelt backwards. He accused him of being soft on dictators and international critics and having a “Big Stick” … Continue reading

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Move De Line: Agunot and Shalom Bayit/Rabbi Dr. Eliyahu Safran

(Editor’s Note: Rabbi Dr. Eliyahu Safran serves as vice president of communications and marketing of the Orthodox Union’s Kashruth Division. His most recent book is “Mediations at Sixty: One Person, Under God, Indivisible,” published by KTAV Publishing House. He is … Continue reading

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