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Israeli Labor Court Endorses Bedouin Polygamy

The ruling encourages Bedouin husbands to marry many women and divorce them on paper, while receive assistance for their polygamous families with income supplements intended for the single mothers but in reality going to the spouses.

Revisiting The Case Of The ‘Get Rabbis’

The initial prosecutions were marked by government conduct that should shock the conscience of anyone who believes in fair play.

Israel Supreme Court Ruling Requires Child Support from Both Parents

Mothers will also have to pay some amount of child support, especially if they earn more than their ex.

Goldstein on Gelt: What Happens to U.S. Spousal Social Security Benefits After Divorce or...

Find out why women in particular should research what they may be entitled to when they retire, whether single, married, or divorced. Depending on your situation, it may be more than you think.

New Israeli Law Compels Couples to Undergo Counseling Before Divorce

The process of having the therapeutic and/or mediation meetings before being able to file for divorce will take 45 days.

What I Wish You Knew About Divorce

A large part of me was left wondering why his parents didn’t explain what divorce was and why we had to be his introduction to the topic.

Too Pious to Give a Get

The ongoing behavior of withholding the Get is not pious behavior, therefore one can't demand the privileges and services that a pious person requires, demands or expects.

How to Avoid the Most Common Mistakes When Getting a Divorce

Financial expert Peter Dunn discusses the most common money mistakes that arise during divorce

Rabbinic Court Permits Wedding 2nd Wife over 1st Wife’s Dementia

The husband said that at his old age he wants to live with a woman, “who can make him a cup of tea,” hence the request from the court.

Tzohar Launches New Prenuptial Agreement

"With the launch of this new historic agreement, we hope to make the lives of newlyweds better and more meaningful, so that if, God forbid, the marriage breaks up, it will be done in a fair and respectful manner.”

Leniencies In The Matter Of Agunot

Rambam: Regarding a husband who refuses to give a Get: "He is beaten until he says, ‘I agree.’ ”

Murdered Children’s Bodies Return to Ohio

The bodies of two murdered children have returned to their mother in Ohio to be laid to rest.

Israel Eliminates ‘Single Parent Family’ in Legal Lexicon

The Knesset has passed an amending eliminating the term “single parent family” from the lexicon of the legal system.

The Other Side Of The Mechitzah (Continued)

We should invite divorced people into our homes for Shabbas and Yom tov.

Another NY Man Pleads Guilty of Violence against Divorce-Refusers

Another New York City man has pleaded guilty to being part of a group of men who used violent means in exchange for pay...

NY Man Pleads Guilty to Violently Forcing Husbands to Free ’Agunot’

A New York personal trainer has pleaded guilty in federal court to being part of a group of men who used violent means in...

Second Chances

Hearing that someone has been divorced nowadays doesn't have the same connotations it used to.

New Hope for ‘Agunot’ Women Trapped by Separated Husbands

A new initiative will use Jewish law to help “Agunot” women, separated from husbands who refuse to grant them a divorce that would let them re-marry.

FBI Arrests NY Rabbis for Beating Husbands Who Refuse Divorce

Many Jewish women suffer as “agunahs,” unable to re-marry because their husbands refuse them divorces. Four Jews, two of them rabbis, allegedly took the law into their hands and beat husbands until they agreed.

Husband Jumps Out of Court Window to Escape Divorce

Jerusalem police deployed a helicopter Wednesday to help them look for a convict who jumped out from a bathroom window in rabbinical court rather...

Tribute to my Wife on Our 25th Anniversary

Men ultimately fall in love with those women who bring out their best qualities.

The Ketubah as a Prenup

If the Ketubah would be taken seriously, as an enforceable legal document then there would be fewer agunot, "chained" women awaiting Jewish divorce from their husbands.

Can a Therapist Destroy a Marriage?

Individual therapy can be very helpful as long as the therapist does not turn his or her client against the spouse without hearing their side of it.

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