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Here is your July 2015 Family Lawyer Magazine e-Newsletter!

Announcements:

AICPA 2015 Forensic & Valuation Services Conference: November 8 – 10, 2015
The American Institute of CPA’s Forensic and Valuation Services Conference is a one-stop shop for professionals looking to broaden their expertise in forensics accounting and business valuation. This year’s event in Las Vegas features hands-on and case-study sessions to strengthen skills in both fields, as well as a dynamic lineup of keynoters. Click here for more info.


In this issue:

  1. Legal
    Same-Sex Marriage – and Divorce
    By Diana Shepherd, Family Lawyer Magazine Editorial Director
    After a landmark decision by the U.S. Supreme Court on June 26, same-sex couples can now marry – and then divorce – in every state.
  2. Custody Issues
    The Never-Ending Divorce
    By Henry S. Gornbein, Family Lawyer
    A Michigan custody battle makes national headlines when a judge sends the children to juvenile detention for refusing visitation with their father. The mother’s original attorney offers insight into the Tsimhoni case.
  3. Client Relations
    Representing the Emotionally-Abused Client in High-Conflict Divorce
    By David T. Pisarra, Family Lawyer
    Strategies for dealing with the targeted spouse in a high-conflict divorce when the abuser has a personality disorder.
  4. Managing Your Firm
    Accounting: An Essential Component of Your Law Practice Management System
    By Dr. Rick Kabra, Technology Specialist
    A combined practice management and legal-specific accounting system is a game changer for law office profitability, regulatory compliance, and peace-of-mind.
  5. Child Support
    Using QDROs to Collect Child Support and Child Support Arrearages
    By Tim Voit, Financial Analyst
    In addition to dividing retirement plans, QDROs can be applied to divorce situations involving alimony and child support – including the retrieval of child support arrearages.

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