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How To Determine If Your Law Practice Is Worth Anything

Frequently, soon-to-be-retired solo practitioners or small law firm owners want to know if it is worth the effort to sell their practices. By far, the most significant determinant of the answer to this question is whether and for how long the practice can continue to produce revenue once the seller is gone. Continue reading this post at www.lawyerist.com ... Read More

Buying a Law Practice Makes Sense

As baby boomers age and start to think about retirement, these lawyers begin to think about selling their legal practices. At the same time, younger lawyers are looking for ways to expand or diversify their practices. They are also thinking about buying a law practice. Continue reading this post at www.lawyerist.com ... Read More

Buying a Law Practice

Even with the best of marketing tactics, the time needed to build a successful law practice is usually measured in years. There is one tactic that—if properly executed—can help you attain an established practice practically overnight. That tactic is buying rather than building a practice. Continue reading this post at www.lawyerist.com ... Read More
I found it very helpful to have Roy’s “bird’s-eye view” of my immigration practice and current career prospects. When we started, I knew I needed a change. I didn’t know if that was a completely new career, adding a new practice ar…" Read the rest
– Solo Practitioner, St. Paul, MN

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