Category: No Fault Divorce

Believe it or not, sometimes people need to get a divorce. While this notion may make some people cringe, there are occasions when individuals function better apart. In addition, there are incidents where the partnership is one-sided or abusive. Obviously, staying together in those incidents can be problematic. The idea that you can have a “good” divorce was the topic of discussion recently on NBC’s Today show. On Saturday, March 19, 2011, the show featured attorney Raoul Felder and his new book, “The Good Divorce: The smart way to untie a knot”. Mr. Felder represented Robin Givons in her famous divorce from Mike Tyson, among other celebrities.
The New York Times recently published an article about the emotional impact of cheating in divorce cases. More specifically, the emotional impact of sleeping with someone other than one’s spouse in the marriage bed. I read this article with some interest. Needless to say, I have had many clients whose spouses have developed new relationships, or have moved on themselves.


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