A new front in the battle of the sexes

July 8, 2012

A recent scientific breakthrough allows the paternity of an unborn child to be determined through a blood test of the mother as early as the

Should child custody be revisited every few years?

May 21, 2012

There was a thoughtful Op-Ed piece in the May 20, 2012 New York Times titled “In Whose Best Interests?” by Ruth Bettelheim, a marriage and family

What They Don’t Teach Law Students: Lawyering

November 20, 2011

Interesting article in today's New York Times, What They Don’t Teach Law Students: Lawyering, describing what’s wrong with law school methodology and how law students graduate lacking

President Obama: Marriage Counselor

August 17, 2011

If Barack Obama loses the 2012 presidential election, I think the man may have found his next calling: marriage counselor.  As quoted by Maureen Dowd

Weiner v. Wu

July 27, 2011

I thought our culture was acting silly when it forced Congressman Anthony Weiner from office for twittering his junk to a 30 year old woman

Ending the alimony guessing game

July 4, 2011

An editorial in today’s New York Times, Ending the alimony guessing game, by Alexandra Harwin, a 2011 Yale Law School graduate, highlights New York State’s

Dan Savage on the virtues of infidelity

July 2, 2011

An interesting piece in tomorrow’s New York Times Sunday Magazine, Married, with Infidelities, highlights my favorite relationship advice columnist, Dan Savage, and his views on

Should being the victim of a third-party’s Ponzi scheme entitle one to reopen a marital property settlement?

May 31, 2011

The May 30, 2011 New York Times reports a story about a husband, a partner at a powerful New York City law firm, attempting to