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Divorce

Destiny and Max Duff

I rarely see Max Duff anymore. We used to see each other once a week, for breakfast with our referral networking group of Profit Pros. But I left the group three years ago and he left it shortly after, so we rarely see each other.

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Divorce

Tips For Dealing With Pro Se Adversaries

At some point in your career, a family law attorney must deal with an opponent who represents himself. (65% of family court litigants are what we call pro se.)

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Serendipity

Serendipity And Small World Stories

It’s a Small World (After All) is a Disney attraction that originated at the 1964 New York World’s Fair. Yet it has outlasted new technology and the thrill-inducing attractions that ever increasingly compete with this old Disneyland and Disney World staple.

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Relationships

Accolades

We’ve all heard the quote; we all know it’s true. But take it one step further; I’m an advocate for accolading. (Is that a word?) So how is that about marketing?

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Relationships

Why Is Laughter “The Best Medicine”?

I remember in the good ol’ days, the mailman delivered our Reader’s Digest every month, like clockwork. (I lived with my grandparents, in case you were wondering.)

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Business Sense

Knowing Your Business

If you could have one super power, which would you choose? Without hesitation, I’d choose the ability to read people’s minds, though I must admit that social media eliminates the need to be super.

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Collaborative Divorce

Four Tips For Professionals Leading Clients

Every collaborative divorce professional plays an instrumental role in leading his clients through their divorce processes. So when working with your collaborative clients, remember the traits that make good leaders.

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