Family Law practice has been subject to various significant trends and changes. Some of these trends have been positive, some neutral and some quite negative. Let’s examine some of the main ones.
In fact, it is not these events, whatever they may be - a divorce, a death in the family, or a difficult law practice - that causes burn out, stress, depression, the feeling of being overwhelmed, or illness but your perception of the events.
Powerful, practical and proven habits to help family lawyers stay focused on marketing, generate new ideas, and create ongoing results.
By Shannon P. Pratt and Alina V. Niculita. There is no area of law where there is as much confusion and as little consistency about the standard of value (a.k.a. definition of value) for business valuation as in the family law area. Few family law judges are specialists in finance. Most may have a case involving a business valuation once or twice a year.
How many times have you dragged an entire banker’s box worth of documents to court, never opened it, and then dragged it back to the office? Think about it. Do we really need to carry a set of binders with us for a case management conference, or a settlement conference? My answer to you is no! There is an easier way.