Monthly Archives: May 2012

The Kids are Alright

I have a friend who while raising her children on her own, used to look longingly at families with both a mom and a dad, thinking that the children in these “intact families” were doing better than her own. Along … Continue reading

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Freedom from Fear

Some of the people I have represented over the years are an incredible source of strength and inspiration. It’s a privilege to be a part of a process wherein the first time a woman walks into your office she can … Continue reading

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Only in Israel

Today as I was scanning some recent court decisions, I came across a decision by Judge Sari Jayyoussi of the Nazareth Family Court that made me look twice. When I started reading it, I just had to chuckle, it was … Continue reading

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Try It On My Own

Contrary to what non-lawyers might assume, some of the trickiest – and often most unpleasant – cases to handle are those in which the other party to the dispute represents themselves, without benefit of legal counsel. The term for this … Continue reading

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