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Fraud During The COVID-19 Crisis

2020-06-20T18:03:58-04:00

The coronavirus pandemic has had various effects on people throughout organizations. One growing problem is the increased risk of occupational fraud caused by social, emotional, and economic turmoil. There are several reasons why business people cheat and steal during a crisis like COVID-19, and a few ways businesses can mitigate their risk of fraud. Economic [...]

Fraud During The COVID-19 Crisis2020-06-20T18:03:58-04:00

Ripple of Hope

2020-06-20T16:59:51-04:00

June 6th marks a significant date in the history of our country. On June 6, 1944, the Allied forces launched the greatest combination of air, land, and sea power in the Invasion of Normandy. Today, 76 years later, our country is in the midst of great uncertainty, turmoil, and unrest. In this season, may we [...]

Ripple of Hope2020-06-20T16:59:51-04:00

Isn’t Collaborative Divorce Too Expensive for Regular People Like Me?

2019-06-24T11:36:01-04:00

I hear all the time that normal people can’t afford a collaborative divorce. Regular people who come to me for counsel on how best to restructure their families (of course, that’s not how they frame it up when they first walk through the door!) tell me this all the time. But collaborative divorce is not [...]

Isn’t Collaborative Divorce Too Expensive for Regular People Like Me?2019-06-24T11:36:01-04:00

How Far Is Too Far for the Financial Neutral?

2019-04-22T16:50:38-04:00

We all learn during collaborative basic training of the importance of each team member staying “in their lane”. We learn this is particularly true for neutrals, whose single biggest pitfall is perhaps the risk of losing the perception of neutrality. As we know, once a client perceives that the neutral professional is no longer acting [...]

How Far Is Too Far for the Financial Neutral?2019-04-22T16:50:38-04:00