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Issue 41 | September 2016

LIANSWERS

This newsletter includes information to help lawyers reduce the likelihood of being sued for malpractice. The material presented is not intended to establish, report, or create the standard of care for lawyers. The articles do not represent a complete analysis of the topics presented, and readers should conduct their own appropriate legal research.
Succession planning: What to consider when closing and/or transferring a law practice

What would happen to your clients and your practice, if, tomorrow, you were struck with an illness that resulted in your being away from the office for an extended period of time? Would you have a practice to return to, upon your recovery?

To avoid the chaos, the added expense, and the tremendous stress that results when no plan is in place for any of these happenings, it is important that you begin now to put a succession plan in place.

When winding up or transferring a law practice, here are some elements and resources to consider and assist in developing an overall plan in compliance with NSBS requirements.

Succession Planning Package – September 2016