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

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Download the Fall / Winter 2016 Issue of Family Lawyer Magazine
The newest issue of Family Lawyer Magazine is available for download now on FamilyLawyerMagazine.com. Don’t miss out on this issue jam-packed with informative articles written by divorce industry experts. Articles include:

  • The Dangers of Free Wi-Fi
  • Three Big Threats Facing Small Law Firms
  • 7 Strategies to Attract High-End Divorce Cases
  • Ensuring the Enforceability of Prenuptial Agreements
  • Child Support for Special-Needs Children
  • Protecting an Estate During Divorce
  • Why Lawyers Need to Pay Attention to Spirituality
  • 7 Ways to Help a Polarized Child
  • And so much more …

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In this issue:

  1. Financial Issues
    Ensuring Settlement Offers Work for You and Your Clients
    Michael P. Black, Financial Planner
    Family lawyer Allison Williams and forensic psychologist Erik Dranoff discuss the role custody evaluations play in the divorce process.
  2. Technology
    For Estate Planners, Embracing Technology is Crucial
    By Scott Huff, Investment Advisor
    Unless estate and legacy planners adopt technologies to improve the efficiency and value of their firms, they will not last through this digital generation.
  3. Custody
    Success Formulas for Move-Away Custody Disputes
    By Maya Shulman, Family Lawyer
    Why it is imperative that attorneys handling move-away cases both understand the nuances of the law, and are effective in making a persuasive initial factual showing.
  4. Client Relationships
    Why Non-Litigating Parents Should Be Required to Take Parent Education
    By Dr. Donald Gordon, Clinical Child Psychologist
    Five reasons all divorcing parents need a good parenting education program.

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