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The Five Most Threatening Issues Facing Your Law Practice

By Mark Powers and Steve Riley: Chart a course for the future of your family law practice by knowing the five most threatening issues facing the legal profession.

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Gain Control of Your Firm’s Finances with a Financial Dashboard

Mark Powers and Shawn McNalis: Track, monitor and gain control of your firm's finances with a financial dashboard.

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Secure Your Referral Network Now!

To really achieve the full benefits of referral marketing, family lawyers need to ensure that they're proactive and dynamic. Here are 15 strategies family lawyers can use to nurture and develop their referral network.

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An Interview with family lawyer Steve Mindel: Top 3 Factors that Make a Successful Law Firm

Steve Mindel, a family lawyer and partner of a law firm in L.A. He talks about the 3 top reasons why his law firm is successful.

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Coaching for Success

If doubling the revenue of your law practice, taking 4-week vacation and going home on time interest you, you will want to read our interview with Mark Powers, a Master Certified Coach.

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The Art of Persuasive Speaking: Part 1 of 2

When one speaks of the “art” of persuasive speaking, what exactly does one mean by ‘art’? Art suggests a skill or talent. For a few, persuasive speaking comes easily. For most, persuasive speaking is acquired through the deliberate study of persuasive speaking techniques.

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The Art of Persuasive Speaking: Part 2 of 2

When one speaks of the “art” of persuasive speaking, what exactly does one mean by ‘art’? Art suggests a skill or talent. For a few, persuasive speaking comes easily. For most, persuasive speaking is acquired through the deliberate study of persuasive speaking techniques. (Part 2 of 2)

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How to Deal with Impaired Clients, Professionals and Judges: Part 1 of 5

A guide for how family law attorneys deal with impaired individuals, whether they are their clients, their opposing counsel, or the judges before whom they practice. Part 1: Mental Disorders and Substance abuse

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How to Deal with Impaired Clients, Professionals and Judges: Part 2 of 5

A guide for how family law attorneys deal with impaired individuals, whether they are their clients, their opposing counsel, or the judges before whom they practice. Part 2: Mood and Personality Disorders

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How to Deal with Impaired Clients, Professionals and Judges: Part 3 of 5

A guide for how family law attorneys deal with impaired individuals, whether they are their clients, their opposing counsel, or the judges before whom they practice. Part 3: Other Sources of Information, Diagnosis of Common Disorders

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