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Here is your January 2016 Family Lawyer Magazine e-Newsletter!

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In this issue:

  1. Practice Management
    Start 2016 Off by Taking Action
    By Jake Krocheski, Managing Consultant
    Is your firm facing the never-ending challenge of a backlog of aging accounts receivable? Learn how to reduce that backlog and prevent this problem from recurring.
  2. Technology
    Is Your Law Office a Smart One?
    By Nicole Black, Attorney and Legal Technology Expert
    Is it time you joined the ranks of 21st century lawyers taking advantage of the latest technologies to streamline their law practices?
  3. Alternative Dispute Resolution
    Arbitration Rules & Forms
    By Charles F. Vuotto, Jr., Family Lawyer
    Family lawyers and judges now have new and improved Rules of Court and forms to assist litigants in resolving their disputes outside the courtroom.
  4. CLE
    One Expert’s Take on Why You Should Attend the 2016 AICPA/AAML Conference on Divorce
    By Jay Fishman, Business Valuator
    Listen: Expert appraiser Jay Fishman discusses the benefits of attending this upcoming one-of-a-kind conference in New Orleans.
  5. Child Visitation
    It’s Time to Reexamine our Relocation Laws
    By Sheryl J. Seiden, Family Lawyer
    Although the majority of courts consider the best interests of the child in determining relocation applications, some states are still using outdated laws that favor the parent seeking to relocate.

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