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Volume 29, No. 4—Spring 2007
This issue of Family Advocate includes information you need when working with experts in marital dissolution cases. You'll learn more about different experts, get guidance on who to hire and how to work with them, and glean more tips that can help you present a case most favorable to the client.
The Lucid Legal Specialist
by Christopher A. Tiso
An Expert as to Attorneys' Fees
by Melvyn B. Frumkes and Jack A. Rounick
Working with the Vocational Expert
by Roberta G. Stanley and Kenneth A. Gordon
An Appraising Look at Coins and Paper Money
by Jon D. Edelman
Why Use a Forensic Accountant?
by David H. Glusman
Cross-Examining the Business Valuation Expert
by Gary Friedlander
Why You Need a Tax Expert
by David S. Dolowitz
An Expert Witness on QDROs
by David Clayton Carrad
Controlling Forensic Accounting Costs
by Robert S. Steinberg
The articles in this issue are ready-made for use as CLE program materials for your state, local, or in-house continuing legal education programs. Topics include maximizing the impact of the forensic accountant, tax expert, pension pro, business valuation expert, and vocational counselor.
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From the Editor
by Willard H. DaSilva
Tools of the Trade
Conquering Computer Updates and Upgrades
by Stephen J. Harhai
Credit Cards Make Client Bill Paying Easy
by Carl W. Gilmore
Current Status of Dependency Exemption/Entitlement
by Mark I. Frumkes