February 2017

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Here is your February 2017 Family Lawyer Magazine e-Newsletter!

Announcements:

Family Lawyer Wins $5000 Prize

Family Lawyer Magazine and Divorce Marketing Group congratulate Lindsay C. Stella, the winner of our 20th anniversary Sweepstakes for $5,000 towards a Sandals Resort Vacation of her choice! Lindsay is a family lawyer practicing at Mirabella, Kincaid, Frederick & Mirabella, LLC in Wheaton, IL.


In this issue:

  1. Business Coaching
    No Value Equals No Business
    By Liz Wendling, Business Development Coach
    As a divorce attorney, the value you provide is infinitely more important than the fees you charge. Find out what your clients value – and then give it to them.
  2. Valuation
    Fairness and Economic Reality in Business Valuation
    By Charles F. Vuotto, Family Lawyer
    In order to be fair, the valuation expert’s opinion must result in a value that is the cash equivalent of what the business owner could receive as of the agreed upon cut-off date.
  3. Trusts and Estates
    Protecting the Estate During and After Divorce
    By Heather Locus, Wealth Manager
    As you help your clients create their next chapter, it’s important to understand the ramifications of their financial and estate documents.
  4. Health & Well-Being
    The Importance of Breathing
    By James Gray Robinson, Consultant and Speaker
    While there are many strategies to help lawyers cope with stress, breathing techniques are one of the simplest and most effective methods to reduce stress and blood pressure, and increase the flow of oxygen to the brain.

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