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Wake Up Call Live

Celebrating 15 years in business, the Leslie Law Firm, LLC invites you to join Alison Leslie, Esq. as the Wake Up Call podcast goes LIVE this Friday, April 10, 2020 at 12 pm with an installment of the #FEMSQUIRE Series. Find out how Alison got her start, what she really wanted to be when she grows up, and maybe even a few deep dark secrets? We’ll see you there! Facebook.com/wakeupcallthepodcast.

Rated as a Super Lawyer since 2006, rated a “10 Best Attorney” numerous times, and a top family lawyer in New Jersey Family Magazine, Alison is known as a fierce but compassionate advocate for her client’s needs. She received her B.A. from Bucknell University, where she was a member of the Bucknell Scholars Program and also studied abroad at the St. Ann’s College in Oxford University. She received her J.D. from Seton Hall University and served as a judicial law clerk to the Honorable Stephen J. Schaeffer, J.S.C.

Alison is active with many legal associations, including the New Jersey State Bar Association, where she has been extremely active. Her involvement includes the Executive Committee of the Family Law Section, the Young Lawyer Subcommittee for the NJ State Bar Family Law Section (as Chair), the Solo-Small Firm Section of New Jersey State Bar (as the first woman Chair), and the Membership Committee of State Bar (Chair for five years—an unprecedented fete). She is also a member of the Family Law Section of the Morris and Essex County Bar Associations. She has been a Barrister in the Barry Croland Inns of Court and has published numerous articles on legal issues, including reimbursement alimony, domestic violence, and working with experts and civil unions and domestic partnerships.

Alison is known for being a dynamic and energetic speaker and frequently lecturers for her colleagues. She has lectured on child custody and parenting time, law practice management, alimony and spousal support, child support, and has been interviewed for several podcasts on these topics. She has lectured in Rome, Italy St. Thomas, Walt Disney World, Arizona and all throughout New Jersey. Join her on April 10, 2020 at 12 pm to get to know more about Alison as she describes her trailblazing journey in family law.

New Year, New You!

I love New Year’s Eve! There is something exciting about counting down to a new beginning. I am a firm believe that each year should be your best year! This year, I am launching a new website, blog, and videos about moving forward, family and life in general. There is no wonder why people LOVE to make resolutions to help us lead a better life; so here are my tips to make 2019, an extraordinary year:

Stop wasting time: If you are waiting for someone to change, stop waiting. Be proactive. You need a game plan to achieve your goal. Envision the goal you want and put together a plan. Either your partner will be part of the plan or they will not. Do not let their immobility keep you from propelling yourself forward and keeping you stuck with them.

Cleanse your environment: Get rid of the clutter in your life. This means the physical clutter of paperwork, toys that your kids do not play with, and clothes that do not fit. This also means get rid of the emotional clutter in your life. End toxic relationships that drain on your emotions.

Feel strong in your body: Spend thirty minutes each day taking a walk, going to the gym, or working out to a Beachbody video. When you move, you breathe. Strength means showing up. When you are physically energized, you become emotionally energized.

Drink more water: You will feel better, just trust me on this.

Take Control of your life: Calendar events. Keep a schedule and keep to your schedule. Write down your goals and your game plan. Add accountability aspects, such as every 30, 60 and 90 days. (I even have mini-check-ins once a week!)

Here’s to your best year yet!

Ali

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