Category: Communication in Divorce

Helping Northern Westchester Families

     On June 8, 2017, former FBI Director James Comey testified before the Senate Intelligence Committee. Many of the senators’ questions addressed the communications between the President and Director Comey regarding the investigation into former National Security Advisor, Michael Flynn. Senator James Risch asked Director Comey the following: “I – I want to drill […]

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Jun 12, 2017BY: Abby RosmarinIN: Communication in Divorce,Dealing with Divorce


I have a tree in my front yard that has become taller than any other. It is a Chinese Redwood given to me by my father as only a sapling in honor of our shared love and wonder about the mystifying nature of a Redwood grove. It is hard to miss. But, there are times that I notice […]

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Nov 29, 2016BY: Meg SussmanIN: Communication in Divorce

Words Matter

This election season has gotten me thinking about the concept that “words do matter.”  This is especially true, but also more challenging, when you are talking to people with whom you disagree or who are your “competition.”  My idea of a good politician is someone who can respectfully put forth his or her point of […]

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