Home / Expert Opinion (page 560) /

Expert Opinion

Tax Records – What To Keep And For How Long≠

You know you need to save some of your financial records for tax and other purposes, but which ones≠ And for how long≠ You need to keep records throughout the year so you can take advantage of all favorable tax ...

Read More »

'Don't Hit My Mommy': Clinical Responses To Child Witnessing

Although law guardians are not therapists, a knowledge of child development and child psychopathology can be helpful in not adding further trauma to children who have been exposed to domestic violence. In addition, law guardians need to understand the role ...

Read More »

Using A Desktop Search Engine To Find Files

I can find most anything on the Internet in under a minute, but it takes me much longer to find a specific e-mail or article I saved on my PC. Lucky for me, the leading web search companies are falling ...

Read More »

Establishing Cohabitation In An Effort To Terminate Maintenance

“Fool me once, shame on you. Fool me twice, shame on me.” Many who have experienced the trauma of divorce choose to live by this age old saying, foregoing future marriages and instead choosing to cohabit instead. The issue of ...

Read More »

The Minister's Workers' Compensation Claim And Other Stories

Many years ago I represented the estate of a minister who had been killed in an automobile accident. He had been driving his car from an exit to a county club where he had been playing golf. His car was ...

Read More »

GRAWA's Second Annual Herstory Lecture Series

With the holidays behind us, we are bracing for that interminable Rochester winter. So far we’ve been spared record low temperatures and the snow fall has been well below the season’s average. But I should hold my tongue because it’s ...

Read More »

Recommendations To Commission On Solo And Small Firm Practice

Today I will be making a statement to the commission that was established by New York State Court of Appeals Chief Judge Judith Kaye in May 2004 to examine the challenges faced by solo and small firm practitioners in the ...

Read More »

Benefits Of Investing In Emerging Markets

For the third year in a row, international equities have outperformed U.S. stocks. In 2004 the Europe Australasia Far East index (EAFE) was up 20 percent versus 10 percent for the S&P 500 index. Over the three year period, EAFE ...

Read More »

What Are Benefits Of A Daily Cash Report≠

Think about your business’s sales and purchases for a moment. Do your customers pay by cash, check or credit card≠ Do you buy goods and services for cash≠ Do you take money out of a bank deposit to cover expenses≠ ...

Read More »

Recent Reports Could Have Impact On Mortgage Interest Rates

Due to a traditionally slow final holiday week of trading in 2004, bonds were up only slightly, creating a slight dip in mortgage interest rates. The first week of 2005 saw the release of two key reports that typically have ...

Read More »

Improving Search Capabilities For Lexis Users

As experienced users of Microsoft’s Windows operating systems know, there are many ways to access various aspects of the “Microsoft Veil of Mysteries.” If you want to add a new piece of hardware, for example, you can either install the ...

Read More »

Using Wealth Management Strategies To Achieve Financial Goals

How would you define “wealth management≠” If you were to ask 100 investors what wealth management means to them, you would probably get a wide variety of responses. That’s because wealth – and wealth management – means different things to ...

Read More »