Family Lawyer Magazine asks judges, lawyers, mediators, financial planners, and similar professionals to submit their thoughts on high-stakes divorce cases.
By Diana Shepherd, Editorial Director, Family Lawyer Magazine
Do you Handle High-Stakes Divorce Cases?
The theme for the next issue of Family Lawyer Magazine is high-stakes divorce, and we’re looking for submissions on this topic from practicing divorce professionals such as judges, divorce lawyers, mediators, financial planners, business valuators, mental-health professionals, custody evaluators, and more. You can contribute content in the form of a written article or infographic, or a video or podcast that we can post on FamilyLawyerMagazine.com.
Some of the topics we are interested in include:
- exceptionally high-net-worth clients;
- high-profile cases (celebrities, politicians);
- complex valuation of businesses and stock options;
- complex types of executive compensation that are both property and income;
- significant tax issues;
- high-conflict cases in which one or both spouses may be suffering from personality disorders, etc.
What are the risks in taking on these kinds of divorces – and how do you mitigate those risks? How are these clients different from other clients? What are the special challenges lawyers, financial experts, and judges face in these types of cases?
Articles should be informative, educational, and interesting to family-law practitioners. We are not looking for personal profiles or self-promotional pieces.
How to Submit Your Article, Video, Podcast, etc.
If you are interested in submitting content for the magazine or website, please propose your topic or any questions you may have to email@example.com by March 15, 2015.
Written articles will range from 700 to 1,200 words and must be submitted no later than April 30, 2015.
For more information – including questions about submitting video or audio files – please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
We look forward to sharing your submissions with our readers – which include every practicing family lawyer, as well as top financial experts and other divorce-industry professionals, in the nation.