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Advocates of such agreements argue that this extra financial burden is a strong motivating factor for recalcitrant partners to grant a divorce.
Shimen Liebowitz has been held without bail since his arrest a year ago.
The Rabbinical Court of Jerusalem has tried to broker a financial settlement between an estranged husband and wife to secure her a bill of divorce, despite legal proceedings in US civil courts.
Israeli women who find the husband market dwindling as they reach 35 are increasingly turning to sperm banks for that ‘other half’
By ORIT ARFA
In my work as a journalist I’ve interviewed many women victims of spousal abuse: physical, emotional and anything in between.
By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
By PEGGY CIDOR
“The agreement has worked in 100% of the cases of which we know and has never even been brought to court.”
By SHOSHANNA KEATS-JASKOLL
“Beware that the holiday period invites many hours that couples are together, which can lead to conflicts arising.”
By MAAYAN JAFFE-HOFFMAN
Tzivya Gorodetsky was married to her husband for nine years and had four children with him before eventually requesting a divorce in 1995 due to his violent and abusive behavior toward her.
Organization for wives with recalcitrant husbands aims to bring awareness to plight
Divorce deserves to be recognized as a deeply troubling issue that has an impact on many other areas that affect our culture, our educational system and indeed our overall well-being as a society.
By SUSAN BARTH
The couple in question, whose names cannot be disclosed, immigrated to Israel from India several years ago with their only child.
By JEREMY SHARON
Court convened at request of Center of Women’s Justice represents a challenge to the state rabbinical courts which decline to use tools for annulling or dissolving marriages even in long-term cases.
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