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Here is your Winter 2013 Family Lawyer Magazine e-Newsletter!

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The Winter 2014 Digital Issue of Family Lawyer Magazine is now available. Click here to download your free issue now!


In this issue:

  1. Practice Management
    The 5 Most Threatening Issues Facing Your Practice
    Mark Powers and Steve Riley, Practice Advisors
    Chart a course for the future of your family law practice by knowing the five most threatening issues facing the legal profession.
  2. Technology
    It’s Time for a Mobile-Friendly Website
    By Martha Chan, Marketing Consultant to Family Lawyers
    Marketing tips for intelligent dummies: Why you need a mobile website.
  3. Outside the Box
    What is Neuro-Literacy and Why Should You Care?
    By Pauline Tesler, Family Law Specialist
    New brain science, positive psychology and neuroeconomics can transform your work in conflict resolution.
  4. Legal
    When Clients Fail to Change Beneficiary Designations
    By Leslie Shaner, Family and Estate lawyer
    What happens when clients fail to change their beneficiary designations after divorce?
  5. Continuing Education
    Nancy Fannon on Divorce Valuation Hot Topics
    An Interview with Nancy Fannon, Business Valuator
    Nancy Fannon talks about her upcoming presentation at the AICPA/AAML National Conference on Divorce.
  6. Financial Matters
    It’s All in the Details
    By Veralynn Morris, Financial Planner
    Avoid being overwhelmed by the complexities of QDROs by knowing what details to look out for.
  7. Custody
    The More Parents the Better
    By Plinio Garcia, Parenting Consultant
    How a new law this January will change the traditional perception of “family” for the California Court System

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We hope this newsletter is informative and useful towards your practice of family law.