January 2017

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


Marketing Seminar for Family Lawyers

Marketing Planning for Success
Failing to plan is planning to fail. Rapid changes in technology are generating a multitude of new marketing options – which makes marketing more complicated, and planning more important. Join this seminar and learn how to grow your business in 2017, and beyond.

Cost: $0
When: Thursday, January 26, 2017, 2 – 2:30 p.m.

Don’t miss this opportunity to grow your practice!
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In this issue:

  1. Practice Management
    3 Big Threats Facing Small Law Firms
    By Richard Hugo-Hamman, Practice Advisor
    Large law firms have deep pockets and big teams; here’s how your small firm can protect itself against risk when operating on tight financial margins.
  2. Marketing Your Firm
    7 Strategies to Attract High-End Divorce Cases
    By Martha Chan & Dan Couvrette, Marketing Experts to Family Lawyers
    Follow these seven steps and you’ll be on your way to working on more high-asset and complex cases.
  3. Legal Issues
    Ensuring the Enforceability of Prenuptial Agreements
    By Ann Moder, Family Lawyer
    Unless it’s enforceable, a prenuptial agreement isn’t worth the paper it’s written on. Here are four ways to ensure the agreement’s enforceability.
  4. Health & Well-Being
    How to Make Horse-Sense out of Nonsense
    By Andrea M. Hall, Lawyer
    How horses can help lawyers discover the capacity for change, identify inner strengths, and heal their spirits.

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We hope you find this newsletter valuable to your family law practice and invite your feedback.

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