Developing an Exit Plan: How to Realize the Value of Your Law Practice

It’s never too early to think about what you will do about your practice, your clients and your files once you decide to transition from your practice. We’ll explore the options available, whether you’re selling your practice, winding down and closing, or bringing on a partner to facilitate retirement. We’ll also discuss best practices for navigating ethical rules, negotiating with a purchaser and managing the relationships of clients and referral sources. This program is great for owners of solo or small law firms with consistent and reliable business generation, who are interested in selling their law practice, a portion of it, or otherwise retiring from the practice of law. Attend and learn:

  • How to prepare your law practice for sale
  • How to comply with ethical rules
  • Variables for calculating your firm’s value
  • Where to find prospective buyers
  • What are the critical agreement terms  and conditions
  • What are the alternatives to realizing the value of the firm

This program is co-sponsored with the MBA's Law Practice Management Section, Law Office Management Assistance Program and Social Law Library.

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Date:Thursday, September 26, 2013
Time:4:00 PM - 7:30 PM
Location:Suffolk University Law School
120 Tremont St.
Boston, MA, 02111
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