Can I use a multiples of revenue or rule of thumb to determine my law firm's value?
I hired Roy because I needed help to assess my options for my last years as a practicing ERISA 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…"
Lawyers are notorious for thinking of ways things can go wrong for their clients and then determining the best ways to protect their clients from them. One calamity few lawyers ever consider, however, is their own unexpected disability that puts their career on hold—or worse, their death.
Small-firm owners and solo practitioners looking to sell their law firms frequently believe that their particular office space—whether owned or leased—significantly enhances the value of their practice. They usually base this belief on the office’s superior location or their upscale furnishings and design.
Roy S. Ginsburg, J.D.
“I have the firsthand and marketplace knowledge you need to assess your selling options.”
Like the attorneys he works with, Roy is a lawyer. He has practiced for more than 35 years—in law firms, large and small, as well as in-house coun…