Here is your January 2015 Family Lawyer Magazine e-Newsletter!
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In this issue:
- Practice Management
Is Your Family Law Practice Primed for Success?
By Dan Couvrette, Family Lawyer Marketing Consultant
Failing to plan is planning to fail; do you have a plan to secure the future of your family law practice?
- Child Custody
Adolescents and Joint Physical Custody: Does Personality Matter?
By Dr. Linda Smith and Dr. Eric Frazer, Forensic Psychologists
When contemplating a shared physical custody schedule for an adolescent, you should consider the child’s personality; some personality profiles are a better “fit” for shared custody than others.
Dividing the Empire: The Intricacies of Divorce Settlements
By Dr. Rick Kabra, Technology Specialist
It is possible to calculate a divorce settlement by hand, but why bother? Software designed for family lawyers makes the process faster, easier, and more accurate.
Using Prenuptial Agreements to Protect a Business
By Sanford K. Ain, Family Lawyer, and Stuart Rosenberg, Valuator
Attorney Sanford K. Ain, business valuator Stuart Rosenberg, and legal editor Sylvia Golden discuss the role of prenuptial agreements in cases involving business owners and professional practices – ranging from law firms to start-up companies.
- Practice Management
5 Tips for Improving Your Law Practice’s Payments
By Amy Porter, Certified Payment Professional
Five effective tips to help master the art of receiving payments on past-due accounts.
Disability Insurance and Divorce Planning
By Matthew M. Bloch, Field Underwriter
Why family lawyers should recommend their clients have income protection for alimony and child support.How, Why, and When to Hire A QDRO Expert
By Tim Voit, QDRO Specialist, and Jordan Gerber, Family Lawyer
The role of the QDRO expert in discovery, red-flagging potential issues and time-bombs, and reducing a family lawyer’s liability.Professional and Technological Help with Financial Affidavits
By Jeff Landers, Financial Advisor
The importance of financial affidavits in a divorce and a new, smart tool to help your clients get it right.
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We hope you find this newsletter valuable to your family law practice and invite your feedback.