Family Advocate Vol. 30, No. 2: Practice Transitions
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Family Advocate Vol. 30, No. 2: Practice Transitions

Family Advocate Vol. 30, No. 2: Practice Transitions
Product Code: 51311003002
Publication Date: September 2007
ISBN: 0163-710X
Page Count: 48
Sponsoring Entities: Section of Family Law
Topics: Family Law, Law Practice Management
Format: Periodicals - 51311003002
Pricing: $12.95 (Regular)
About the Magazine

This issue of Family Advocate is devoted to practice transitions and career changes that are inevitable over time. From the time you leave law school to the time you start out solo, whether you're going from a smaller practice to a larger firm or vice-versa, this issue will provide you with tips, advice, and things to consider. Also included are articles about break-offs (leaving on good terms, or rebuilding a law firm once partners leave), retirement, and planned and unplanned practice terminations. A disaster-planning checklist is also included, as well as what to do if an unexpected death occurs and no written documents exist. Other sidebars and articles complete this issue.

For a detailed listing of what's inside this issue, check out the Table of Contents below.

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