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Mastering Virtual Apps

As you find yourself in the midst of social distancing measures and the forced transition to virtual platforms like Zoom, it’s never been more important to take a step back, to seize this opportunity to learn, and to improve your virtual application skills.

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2020 Foresight: Successful Goals

Enlist an Accountability Buddy It’s easy to be enthusiastic at the beginning of a task, but it’s far harder to stay motivated as time goes …

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2020 Foresight: Obtain Your Goals

Build a Supportive Environment One of the easiest ways to ensure success in achieving your goals is to modify your environment so that it fosters …

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2020 Foresight: Clarify Your Goals

We talk all the time about “20/20 hindsight.” My mother used to tell me that she thought I’d be an author someday; I used to …

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Fix Your Online Profile Part 2

One of the best ways to repair the damage to your on-line reputations is to strengthen your profile with positive content and push down negative …

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Fix Your Online Profile Part 1

Fix Your Online Profile Your online profile can suffer a hit for reasons purely beyond your control. How many times has an opposing party left …

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Perfect Pitch

Perfect pitch, more formally known as absolute pitch, is the ability to sing or play any note with no former reference tone. This means that, …

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What to Do When the Collaborative Process Breaks Down

There may come a time in a collaborative matter when a spouse becomes disillusioned with the process and decides that he wants to try litigation. This can happen when the process goes on longer than usual, and the clients feel like they’re not making any progress.

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Do You Write Chatty or Formal Agreements?

If you’re a lawyer, you probably tend to write more formal marital settlement agreements and parenting plans, especially if you’ve created templates for those documents. But other professionals may choose to draft more informal agreements that mimic the chatty way that people actually communicate. There are advantages and disadvantages to each style.

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