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In Life After Law, Edward Poll, a nationally recognized coach, certified management consultant, author, speaker on law practice management, and practitioner with 25 years of law practice experience behind him, offers essential advice on how to successfully move into a post-practice "second season." From preparing to transition into retirement to what to do with your law practice and beyond, Life After Law guides the reader with a balanced perspective between both the professional and personal aspects a practitioner may face as they shift into their post-practice life. Professional topics include succession plans for practices, exiting a multi-partner firm, the business of selling a practice and shutting the doors. Life After Law goes one step further, though, and delves into what to do after, including successful financial planning and advice for creating a rewarding post-practice life.
Includes sample agreements, letters, attorney to client advisements, press releases, authorizations and request forms covering aspects of the closing or selling of a law practice.
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