How do you want to exit the practice of law?
On your terms or someone else’s terms? According to a plan that’s been crafted with care or with no plan at all? Confidently or panicky?
Having a Succession Plan puts you in control. You’ve worked hard to build your law practice. You’re justifiably proud of what you’ve accomplished. You don’t want to leave it all to chance.
And here’s a key point: a succession plan doesn’t mean you have to stop work today. It means you have a blueprint for the future of your business, and a process for transitioning ownership smoothly, seamlessly and profitably.
Learn more about succession planning by attending our upcoming live webinar, Success in Succession Planning. Our guest speaker is Camille Stell, CEO and founder of Lawyers Mutual Consulting & Services, who (literally) wrote the book on Designing a Succession Plan for Your Law Practice. The webinar qualifies for one hour of CLE credit. Register here.
Success in Succession Planning
Here are some things you’ll learn in our Success in Succession Planning webinar:
- How to determine the marketable value of your firm.
- What factors will increase your firm’s value?
- What your firm may be worth today, tomorrow, and years from now.
- How to grow your firm – and keep it growing.
- How to protect your legacy and exit on your terms.
- Why succession planning is not just for lawyers about to retire.
- How to start planning for succession today – regardless of where you’re at in your professional career.
Our guest speaker Camille Stell is co-author of the book, Designing a Succession Plan for Your Law Practice: A Step-by-Step Guide for Preparing Your Firm for Maximum Value. Webinar attendees will win a chance to get a free, signed copy of the book – just by attending!
Did we mention it’s FREE?
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