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Life Spans – Bridge Divorce Strategies Newsletter

Financial tips for high-asset divorce cases

Not every divorcing couple has millions of dollars in assets to divide. It’s called “the one percent” for a reason.

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Life Spans – Bridge Divorce Strategies Newsletter

How I became a team player (for you)

I help divorcing women. I help attorneys. How did I get into this? And how does this affect you?

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Life Spans – Bridge Divorce Strategies Newsletter

How to Avoid Divorce Burnout

As a family law attorney, you’ve chosen, as a career, an emotionally violent sport. Divorce is hard. It's challenging. You spend a good portion of your days seeing, and dealing with, people at their absolute worst. Unfortunately, they sometimes take it out on you.

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Life Spans – Bridge Divorce Strategies Newsletter

Why Do I Work With Women?

But my specialty, my focus, is on women. Divorcing women. Why is that?

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Life Spans – Bridge Divorce Strategies Newsletter

Divorce Season vs. Tax Season

As a family-law attorney, you know all about divorce season. The new inquiries peak in January and February, year after year.

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Life Spans – Bridge Divorce Strategies Newsletter

New: AFI service

Seeing how often improperly-completed AFIs can frustrate attorneys like you, I’ve created an all-new service: I’ll help your divorcing-women clients complete their AFI, within one week of getting the supporting documents (bank and credit-card statements, etc.).

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Life Spans – Bridge Divorce Strategies Newsletter

The costliest-and most common-AFI errors

In this issue, I’d like to discuss the biggest, most common mistakes I see in “completed” AFIs. Fixing these, mind you, comes with lots of benefits for you.

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Life Spans – Bridge Divorce Strategies Newsletter

I’ll help you invoice sooner

Oh. Have I got your attention? I thought that that headline would do it. Sure, it’s a bold claim. It’s also 100-percent true. Allow me to explain.

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Life Spans – Bridge Divorce Strategies Newsletter

Are you over-taxing your clients?

This might seem like a silly question. “Are you over-taxing your clients?” You’re not a tax collector. You’re not the IRS. You’re a family-law attorney. And no, I’m not talking about “taxing” in the figurative sense, like “putting a burden on them.” I’m talking about good old-fashioned death-and-taxes taxes.

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Life Spans – Bridge Divorce Strategies Newsletter

Divorce finance isn’t a DIY project

I see it all the time. Family-law attorneys opt to bring me in to a case, as a financial expert, only when they “hit a wall” on something specialized, far downstream in the case. For everything else, they’ve “seen it all,” and “done it before,” and so all of that “basic” stuff is regarded as a do-it-yourself or DIY project.

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