How to Make Horse Sense Out of Nonsense

By Andrea Hall: Horses can help lawyers discover the capacity for change, identify inner strengths and thus heal their spirit. The game to learning a little “horse sense” is to decrease stress and improve your emotional and mental health.

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Emotional Milestones in Divorce

By Mary Ann Burmester: Your clients are human beings going through one of life’s worst experiences. Prepare them as best you can for the emotional roller-coaster they jumped on; don’t just focus on the legal process.

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Divorce Liens: An Alternative to Splitting the Family Home

By Lorelie Stevens: A divorce lien can avoid the usual turmoil of selling the house and splitting the money – especially since the home is often a divorcing couple’s largest single asset.

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The Dangers of Free Wi-Fi

By David Sarif and Natalie Tyler: An attorney’s duty to keep client-attorney communications private now includes knowing how to prevent hackers from gaining unauthorized access to a client’s confidential information.  Here’s why using “free” Wi-Fi is risky business. 

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Ensuring the Enforceability of Prenuptial Agreements

By Ann Moder: Unless it’s enforceable, a prenuptial agreement isn’t worth the paper it’s written on. Here are four ways to ensure the agreement’s enforceability.  

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7 Strategies to Attract High-End Divorce Cases

By Dan Couvrette and Martha Chan: To attract more quality clients to your law firm, you must properly market yourself to them. Follow these seven tips and you will be on your way to working on more high-asset and complex cases.

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3 Big Threats Facing Small Family Law Firms

By Richard Hugo-Hamman: Large law firms have deep pockets and big teams, but here’s how your small firm can protect itself against risk when operating on tight financial margins.

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