Family Lawyer Magazine Spring 2018 Issue

For Immediate Release – The Spring 2018 issue of Family Lawyer Magazine focuses on technology and finance in the family law arena.

The Family Lawyer Magazine Spring 2018 issue has a dual focus – technology and finance – highlighting the challenges and opportunities both new tech and the new “Tax Cuts and Jobs Act” offer to family law professionals.

Artificial Intelligence (AI) has the potential to save time and money for law firms big and small by automating aspects of a firm’s day-to-day practice. “Can Artificial Intelligence Benefit Your Law Practice?” (page 10) discusses reliable technology to help you streamline your law firm’s processes, and the impact of AI software on data analytics, legal research, and contract review.

Since they are often traded pseudonymously, cryptocurrencies can be difficult assets to locate – and potentially a good place to hide assets during divorce. “Divorce in the Age of Bitcoin” (page 6) is what family lawyers must know about cryptocurrency.

Other must-read articles include:

  • The Spy in Your Client’s Pocket (p. 16)
  • How to Avoid Security Breaches (p. 38)
  • Forensics Technology and Family Law (p. 28)
  • How the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act Impacts Corporate Taxes (p.12)
  • New Tax Law Helps & Hurts High-Net-Worth Divorce Cases (p. 20)
  • Reversing the Tax Burden of Alimony (p. 24).

I hope this issue of our magazine helps you to keep up with the constant changes your business is faced with.

Family Lawyer Magazine’s mission is to offer information and advice that will help professionals working in the family law arena achieve excellence – both professionally and personally.

To advertise in future issues of Family Lawyer Magazine, please contact Dan Couvrette at 866.803.6667 x 124 or via email at danc@divorcemarketinggroup.com.

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