Everyone who is a solo practitioner or owns a small law firm in Maine should be concerned with succession planning. You have worked for decades to establish your firm. But now you worry about how you can enjoy some form of retirement – while still satisfying the Maine Rules of Professional Conduct, providing for your clients’ ongoing legal needs, and also maximizing your firm’s value.
What happens if you become disabled, die, get suspended, or just become too tired? How do you close an office before that happens, or can you sell your practice? Learn how to prepare for the day you don’t or can’t go to work, how you wind up a practice, or how you can keep it going through a successful succession plan. Since there is no off-the-shelf olution for each practitioner or firm, this seminar promises to cover numerous models, one of which which may work for you.