How to Make Horse Sense Out of Nonsense

By Andrea Hall: Horses can help lawyers discover the capacity for change, identify inner strengths and thus heal their spirit. The game to learning a little “horse sense” is to decrease stress and improve your emotional and mental health.

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What Drives a Client’s Financial Attitudes and Goals?

By Karen D. Sparks: Ask most divorcing clients about their financial goals and the response can range from a blank stare to an angry diatribe. If you hope to get an informed answer, you need to identify their core beliefs and competencies about finances.

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Women of Influence

Janet Boyle, Joy Feinberg, Allison Williams, and Amy Wechsler, from all-female family law firms, discuss their experiences, and whether gender has affected how they practice law.   

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5 Practical Tips for a Paperless Family Law Office

By Richard Hugo-Hamman: Following these steps can help you save time and money by making the switch to paperless.

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Ensuring the Enforceability of Prenuptial Agreements

By Ann Moder: 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.  

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7 Strategies to Attract High-End Divorce Cases

By Dan Couvrette and Martha Chan: To attract more quality clients to your law firm, you must properly market yourself to them. Follow these seven tips and you will be on your way to working on more high-asset and complex cases.

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Best Practices for Using a Valuation Expert

By Arik Van Zandt: Involving the ideal valuation expert for your case early in the process will help to secure your client’s business assets and financial future.

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