For those of us of a certain generation, the prospect of retiring, and retiring well, is something we think about often as the hairs get grayer and our gait gets slower. Recently, Wells H. Anderson, a member of GPSolo’s Editorial Board and a practice management consultant, sat down with a Midwestern sole practitioner* in the process of winding down his practice and asked him about his experiences in readying his practice to leave in the hands of others as he transitions from practicing attorney to being, with hope, happily retired. Here is his story.
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