Why Must Our Sons Learn About The Halachic Prenuptial Agreement?

Rebecca E. Samson

One simple word – RESPECT. As mothers and fathers, we teach our children to respect one another, their parents, grandparents, siblings, rebbeim, teachers, friends, etc.

What Is A Halachic Prenuptial Agreement?

Rebecca E. Samson

Marriage is a very importance part of our Jewish life but there are some times that marriages need to end. Divorce is a reality in the Jewish community. For a Jewish divo

Am I Ready To Be Engaged?

Talli Rosenbaum, MSC

Depending on your background, you may be hearing shidduch recommendations, a friend may set you up, or you may even meet someone at a simcha. In many frum communities, lo

How Can I Help My Son/Daughter Have a Successful Marriage?

Margaret E. Retter, Esq.

Regardless of the level of your observance or where you live or the amount of years that you have been married, we are all human and no one’s marriage is perfect. We al

How To Find the Right Kallah Teacher

Batya Loewenthal

Isn’t it wonderful how much time and effort Jewish women invest in their daughters’ wedding preparations – Everything is planned meticulously down to the sm

Ethics in Dating

Margaret E. Retter, Esq.

You will probably think that I am old-fashioned but I still think we should treat one another with the same respect as our grandparents cared for their family and friends

The Prenuptial Agreement: Recent Developments

Rabbi Mordechai Willig

In 1992, in response to growing concern regarding a husband’s ability to purposefully withhold a get from his wife without halachic reason to do so, as well as the mode

An Important Message to the Community

Ilana Blass, Esq.

(This message was originally published in YUConnects To-Go 5773, Part 2, pg. 91) An Important Message to Our Rabbinic Colleagues, Students, and Community  We are pained


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