Category Archives: Articles

Divorcing in September

A few days ago, Time Magazine tweeted a headline that, understandably, caught my eye: “Most Divorces Happen in These Two Months.” The article it linked to—on Health.com, from Time Health—explained that more divorces are initiated in August and March than during the others months of the year. It’s a subject I’ve been interviewed about many…
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Some thoughts about gay marriage

As LGBTQ Month comes to an end, it's worth focusing on same sex marriage...and, inevitably, same sex divorces, custody disputes, separations, and pre- and post-nuptial agreements. With the legalization of gay and lesbian marriages, all these have come into play, and are on the rise. Many gay and lesbian couples enter into marriage with joy…
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Random Observations

State Attorney Generals are the chief law enforcement officers of their individual states. We expect them to vigorously prosecute but, above all, considering their power and access to the public ear, be fair. They all want to be Governors, and actually, some of them do make it. The conduct of one attorney general, Eric Schneiderman,…
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Obama and Clinton

Don’t get me wrong. I would vote for Obama if he was an Albino, Penobscot Indian whose religion was sun-worshipping, or if his sex life included sleeping with a horse (except, as Jackie Mason noted, if it were MY horse). This would all make no difference to me … IF he was the most qualified…
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