Hire and Retire: A Plan for a Continuing Income Stream in Retirement from Any Practice

You have spent decades developing your practice and making it successful. With the proper planning and direction that Hire and Retire offers, you can convert what you’ve built into a revenue stream that can be enjoyed as you move into retirement.

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In his previous book, Solo Lawyer by Design: A Plan for Success in Any Practice (2017), author Gary P. Bauer helped law students and recent graduates develop a realistic business plan to enter the practice of law. In Hire and Retire, the second book in his "Solo Lawyer" series for the ABA's Solo, Small Firm and General Practice (GPSolo) Division, Bauer covers the back end of practice for senior attorneys seeking a successful exit strategy. Hire and Retire brings together new attorneys or recent graduates and those in the practice of law who are approaching retirement.

Many older lawyers have no plan in place in case of their untimely death or disability, despite their ethical obligations to their clients. Thus, more and more state bar associations are being called on to close out the practices of solo practitioners who have made no provisions. Receivers appointed by bar associations may take years to find all the information they need to close things out. Other lawyers who don’t “die at their desks” end up leaving money on the table, slowly reducing their practices instead of transferring work to others. Hiring on a new associate means a continued stream of income as the senior attorney cuts back.

You have spent decades developing your practice and making it successful. With the proper planning and direction that Hire and Retire offers, you can convert what you’ve built into a revenue stream that can be enjoyed as you move into retirement. Leave your family an asset, not a liability.