Prior to the adoption of ABA Model Rule 1.17 in 1990, sole practitioners had to be quite creative when selling their law practice.
You’ve decided to sell your law practice. Now how do you price it and find a buyer?
Structure your purchase to overcome uncertainty concerning the value and strength of the practice to be acquired.
Understand the psychological balance of negotiating power between the buyer and the seller of a law practice.
How do you deal with the technology of a law practice when planning a change in ownership?
Learn how the author’s emergency plan kept his practice up and running during his recent illness.
Filling out this simple, two-page form can mean the difference between your practice’s continued operation or its collapse should disaster strike.
When should a solo or small firm practitioner start planning for a transition? Now. Right now.
So you’re going to close your practice—not pass it on, not sell it, not transition it. What are your ethical obligations?
Follow these guidelines to protect your clients and minimize your risk.
Implementing an effective exit strategy for solos and small firm lawyers can take several years.
A blog can help you attract your best clients—people who can reason well and who know what they want.
Many low-income taxpayers fail to claim one of the largest sources of welfare benefits in the United States. You can help.
As outsourcing to India increases, the protection of intellectual property becomes an even greater concern.
Employers have long endured a lack of cohesive guidance as to what constitutes work under the Fair Labor Standards Act.
Think you have to do all the work yourself in a solo practice? Think again.
What should you do with old technology when you upgrade to new equipment?
The sites that the author learns about each year at ABA TECHSHOW become sites he routinely uses in his work.
At some point the end will come for your practice. Make sure your successor can access your data in the cloud.
The latest version of WordPerfect is evolutionary rather than revolutionary. And that’s a good thing.
You may feel constrained by a lack of time or training, but all you need to start doing pro bono is an open mind and some creative thinking.
When inheriting a law practice, you may find there is little money to be gained and much work to be done.
Check out these ABA books and web resources on buying, selling, or closing a practice.
In the 2011-2012 Bar Year, our Division provided the tools to help members meet the challenges of a down economy.
Learn about the exciting programs on tap for the 2012-2013 Bar Year.
Changes to GPSolo Magazine; Bylaw Amendments Announcement; Fall Meeting Details