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What to do when facts change in your family law case, part 3: A parent’s commission of a crime

Dec 24, 2013 By: Jeremy Byellin

Family law cases may be some of the most fact-sensitive of all; even minor changes in circumstances can have profound effects on the outcome of the case. So what do you do when there is a change in the facts of your family law case? We’ll answer that question in a series of posts on the topic

What to do when facts change in your family law case, part 3: Marriages and remarriages

Dec 18, 2013 By: Jeremy Byellin

Family law cases may be some of the most fact-sensitive of all; even minor changes in circumstances can have profound effects on the outcome of the case. So what do you do when there is a change in the facts of your family law case? We’ll answer that question in a series of posts on the topic

What to do when facts change in your family law case, part 2: Job and income changes

Dec 10, 2013 By: Jeremy Byellin

Family law cases may be some of the most fact-sensitive of all; even minor changes in circumstances can have profound effects on the outcome of the case. So what do you do when there is a change in the facts of your family law case? We’ll answer that question in a series of posts on the topic

What to do when facts change in your family law case, part 1: Living situation changes

Dec 6, 2013 By: Jeremy Byellin

Family law cases may be some of the most fact-sensitive of all; even minor changes in circumstances can have profound effects on the outcome of the case. So what do you do when there is a change in the facts of your family law case? We’ll answer that question in a series of posts on the topic

Governance counseling is also important for family-owned businesses

Nov 19, 2013 By: Alan Gutterman

How family-owned businesses can follow Sarbanes-Oxley recommendations as a way to establish an environment of fairness and transparency within the company.

Competing against self-help websites: When and why an attorney is better

Nov 13, 2013 By: Jeremy Byellin

Newer technologies have made attorneys’ jobs easier in many ways: less paperwork, more mobility, simpler accounting, to name a few. But advances

Independent Thinking: The Importance of Knowing your Judges

Oct 9, 2013 By: Jeremy Byellin

In law school, you learn about the law. Although knowing the law is important to any practicing attorney, it’s only part of

Technology Choices Close Small Law Firm Profitability Gaps Now, Offer Stability Later

Oct 7, 2013 By: Michelle Wildenauer

How Technology Drives Short and Long Term Profitability, Karl Florida concludes technology choices can drive small law firm profitability and growth.

The Number One Estate Planning Mistake

Sep 30, 2013 By: Leigh Hilton

One of the more popular speeches that I give is the Top 12 Estate Planning Mistakes: How to Detect and Avoid Them.

Governance counseling for closely-held businesses and private companies with multiple stakeholders

Aug 27, 2013 By: Alan Gutterman

The benefits of improving corporate governance can apply to private companies of all sizes and formats, including pre-IPO/pre-acquisition companies.

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