Here is your March 2016 Family Lawyer Magazine e-Newsletter!
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In this issue:
- Financial Matters
Relationships Between Family Lawyers and Financial Advisors Benefit Clients
By Hugh Breslin and Phil Allen, Financial Advisors
Following a disciplined process of review and analysis, a financial advisor can become a valuable member of the professional team and help clients become comfortable with their lifestyle post-divorce.
- Courtroom Strategies
Gathering and Presenting Evidence
Four divorce professionals offer great tips on gathering and presenting evidence to support your case, from identifying bias in reports to preparing your witness.
How to Distribute an IRA in a Divorce: The FAUXDRO
By Barbara Murray, Real Estate and Tax Lawyer
Distributing an IRA in a divorce – can it be done without immediately paying taxes? A FAUXDRO may be the answer.
- Client Relations
Managing Clients’ Psychological Responses to Divorce and Child Custody Disputes
By Julie A. Auerbach, Family Lawyer, and Lauren Napolitano, Psy.D
Assisting clients through the legal process of divorce and child custody disputes involves managing their emotional reactions at all stages of the process.
We hope you find this newsletter valuable to your family law practice and invite your feedback.