Here is your Summer 2014 Family Lawyer Magazine e-Newsletter!
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In this issue:
Establishing and Disestablishing Paternity in a Divorce Case
By Christian Denmon, Trial Lawyer
Dealing with paternity cases can be nightmarish for divorce professionals. Know the laws, rules, and methods for defending a client properly.
- Family Lawyer Life
Addiction and Dependency Among Family Lawyers
By Joan Bibelhausen, Lawyer
At some point in your career, you will probably encounter another lawyer whose addiction problems impair their ability to practice. Learn how to help.
- Support Payments
Insuring Child and Spousal Support Against Disability
By Ken Bloch, Chartered Life Underwriter
A new insurance product ensures alimony, child support, and future educational expenses are covered in the case of unexpected disability.
- Practice Management
Grow Your Family Law Practice Through Referrals
By Matt Spiegel, Trial Lawyer
Your chances of landing new business for your family law practice increase dramatically if you can develop a regular referral program.
Credit Harm & Divorce: An Overlooked, Recoverable Injury
By Georg Finder, Credit Valuation Expert
The key to a successful argument for credit reputation damage that will maximize injury value is to present a thorough analysis of the “before and after” picture of the party’s situation.What to Look for in a Valuation Expert
An Interview with Shannon Pratt, Valuation Expert
Shannon Pratt discusses how lawyers should choose and most effectively work with a valuator.
Protecting Your Client’s Assets in a Divorce Using DAPT
By Robert Pagliarini, Financial Advisor, and Neil Schoenblum, Senior Trust Officer
A Domestic Asset Protection Trust (DAPT) is an advanced asset protection strategy that can be a good vehicle to protect assets in divorce.
- Case Management
The Power of Acceptance in Divorce
By Kalyn Block & Jeffrey Malone, Certified Integrative Life Coaches
What legal professionals must know about the psychological term “acceptance”.
- Client Relations
Options for Selling Valuables During Divorce
By Jeremy Auslander, Jeweller
Sometimes, divorcing clients have a need for quick cash to cover their living expenses before securing support or finalizing their settlements. Here are some options to consider.
We hope this newsletter is informative and useful towards your practice of family law.