Bernie Rinella and Donald Schiller discuss how to be “gentlemen advocates” for your clients, particularly during high-stakes and high-conflict divorce case.
Strategies for dealing with the targeted spouse in a high-conflict divorce when the abuser has a personality disorder.
Those of us who interact with clients while they proceed through one of life’s most traumatic experiences—divorce—encounter many non-legal issues and have unique opportunities to make a significant difference in their lives.
Saying goodbye to a client is a difficult but sometimes necessary decision. There are several types of clients and specific situations that warrant ending an attorney-client relationship.
Encouraging clients who are going through divorce to develop decision-making skills can simplify their life as well as the law case.
Acceptance can free a divorce of its dramatic second and third acts, and free a lawyer from the burden of broken hearts and unmet expectations.
Selling jewelry, watches, and other valuables is one way for clients in need of quick cash to funds to raise funds; however, your client should understand the available options as well as the pros and cons of each method of sale.
By David Sarif: Cases involving “high-profile” individuals may involve unique challenges, complexities and potential pitfalls that attorneys must be aware of in order to ensure proper representation, a positive result, and a happy client.
It is your job to represent your client’s interests. But are your client’s interests best served by your moving quickly to become the standard bearer of their cause as they define it? Maybe not.
By Allison Pescosolido: Don’t let your clients’ delicate and confused mental state get in the way of the important legal business that you need to discuss.