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How Temporary is “Temporary” Spousal Support?

In the situations that you encounter in your family law practice, you undoubtedly use the advanced financial knowledge and skills that your CFL Designation for Divorce Practitioners provide you on a daily basis. Whether constructing complicated high-asset property settlement agreements, drafting fair and equitable spousal and/or child support payment agreements, or determining how to best…

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Using your CFL Designation for Divorce Attorneys to Draft Unambiguous Mediated Agreements

As a family law attorney, you know that more and more divorcing couples today, even high-asset couples, are choosing to obtain a mediated divorce as opposed to a traditional litigated one. While mediation offers couples the opportunity to resolve their differences in a cooperative and non-threatening environment, you also know that the agreements they reach…

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Can an Ex-spouse Collect Life Insurance Policy Proceeds?

As a family law attorney, you know that property settlements often require more than a cursory examination of your client’s assets and those of his or her spouse. You also know that your CFL Designation for Divorce Practitioners gives you the advanced financial knowledge and skills to competently handle the most complex property settlement situations.…

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