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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Split Decisions: “Will I have enough money to make it on my own?”

One of the scariest aspects of divorce, for women, is the most basic question about the financial future. Will you have enough to make it on your own?

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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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The Roadmap to a New Beginning

Going through a divorce can be one of the most emotionally and financially trying times in your life. The best way to minimize the challenges on the horizon is to know what the process is ahead of you so that you can chart a roadmap to the beginning of the new chapter in your life.

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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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Are you using your divorce attorney effectively?

When my world came crashing down and I realized that I was headed down a road I had never traveled, the first thing I did was retain a divorce attorney.

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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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A House Divided

The latest research suggests that divorce rates in the U.S. have been falling in recent decades.

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