Roy enabled me to “know” where I am and eliminate the guesswork. He gave it to me straight on about my various options of what to do with my successful estate planning practice. Roy did an excellent job and liked working with him.
The problem with just closing up shop is, if you do it the right way – and I’ve been around this business long enough and just hear anecdotes. Most lawyers don’t do it the right way. It’s a pain in the neck. You have files you got…
Yeah, I think for some lawyers dying at the desk is actually a good strategy. These are the lawyers who just – they love what they do. They can’t imagine doing anything else, so the thought of planning just doesn’t appeal to them at…
Most states – when I say “most,” I want to say about 45 have what is known as Rule 1.17, 1.117, that talks about all the rules that apply to a sale of a practice. And it’s really all not that complicated. There are notice provisio…
When it comes to planning your law firm’s succession, a primary area of concern for your successor is whether your clients will choose to work with that successor after you leave. One way to assess that is to evaluate the type of goodwill that exists with your clients and whether that goodwill carries any transferrable value.
Roy S. Ginsburg, J.D.
“I have the firsthand and marketplace knowledge you need to assess your selling options.”
For more than a decade, Roy Ginsburg has been advising lawyers about how to best exit the profession. Like the attorneys he works with, Roy is a la…