Shifting out of neutral

Some financial advisors specialize in divorcing men. Some do neutral work. I focus on women.

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Remote control

I’ll bet you dollars-to-donuts that, 20 years ago, when LegalZoom was established and they came up with that cool name, that no one in the room ever imagined that, someday, everyone would be doing tons of legal work... over Zoom.

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Why I feel for divorcing women

Like you, I have a specialized practice. You’re an attorney who chose to specialize in family law. I’m a CPA (and a Certified Financial Planner™ professional) who chose to specialize in helping women (and the attorneys who serve them) with the financial side of divorce.

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The window of opportunity for referrals from previous clients

When I sat down to write this month’s article, the intended title had nothing to do with your ability to generate ongoing referrals from previous clients, or any “window of opportunity” thereof.

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Certifiable (more than others!)

Many attorneys haven’t worked with a Certified Divorce Financial Analyst® before, and so they wonder: What’s the difference?

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A cautionary tale

A cautionary tale In each of these articles, I tell you a story about how I help women with the financial side of divorce. That’s usually the case. This time, it isn’t.

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Mediation Computation

Confession: I was looking up words that rhyme with “mediation” in my search for a title to this little article, in which I’m about to describe how I help divorcing women, and their attorneys, with the financial side of the process.

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Can I help you grow your practice?

That’s a bold question: Can I help you grow your practice? It’s bold, because some attorneys assume the opposite, that I will somehow reduce their revenue or income.

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