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Helping Lawyers Sell Their Law Practices

You've spent your career building a successful law practice. Don't let all of that hard work go to waste. Retire with a nice bonus by selling your law practice.

Sell Your Law Practice

Reap the rewards of having built a successful law practice by selling it. Selling is the best exit strategy to increase your nest egg to use during retirement. It also ensures that your valued clients are not left high and dry; rather, they are left in good hands.

But to sell your practice, you need to first understand what your law practice is worth. After that, you need to know who the optimal buyers are, how to find them and how to best structure the deal. That’s where working with an expert attorney coach and consultant like Roy Ginsburg helps. 

Remember, you don’t know what you don’t know. As your clients rely on you for your practice expertise, you can rely on Roy's decades of legal experience and more than a dozen years of succession planning consulting to help secure your peace of mind and the best exit strategy for your firm and clients.

You only have one opportunity to exit the legal profession. Make sure you do it right. Feel confident that Roy will find the best law firm to make your transition as beneficial and as trouble-free as possible so that you can begin a well-deserved retirement.

Contact Roy Ginsburg for Help Selling Your Law Practice

Roy Ginsburg is an attorney coach, consultant and practicing attorney who understands the legal market. He has the insight you need to make smart choices about your future. Invest in a proven, expert process by calling Roy at (612) 812-4500 or by contacting Roy by email.

 

I hired Roy when I was fifty-five to help me lay the groundwork for my eventual exit from practicing law. He provided some valuable advice about how to tweak my existing practice in a way that will make is easier for me to work part-time . . ." Read the rest
– Solo practitioner, St. Paul, MN
I am in my mid 50's and have a very successful solo personal injury practice. I have enough money that I can now afford to slow down and fully retire now, but anticipated doing so in my early 60's, as I still enjoy working. I had . . ." Read the rest
– Solo practitioner, Casper, WY
I hired Roy because I needed help to assess my options for my last years as a practicing lawyer. What I appreciated most was the timeliness of his responses and input to the coaching process. I also had a sense that Roy was really listening and respo…" Read the rest
– Partner, small Kansas City, MO law firm

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