Are you a soon-to-be retired solo practitioner? You may be able to strategically sell your practice to enhance your retirement portfolio, as well as secure qualified counsel for your long time clients.
It is critical that you know what your practice is worth, who your optimal buyers are and how to find them, as well as how to structure a fair and balanced deal.
If you’re a buyer, it’s important to examine what are the types of practices you should consider and at what price?
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Roy Ginsburg is an attorney in Minneapolis, Minnesota with more than 30 years of experience practicing with large and small law firms, as well as serving as in-house counsel He is now a part-time solo practitioner with a national practice focusing on legal marketing ethics.
For the past 10 years, Roy has also been a coach/consultant for individual attorneys and law firms in the areas of business development, practice management, and strategic and succession planning. In addition, he helps solo practitioners and small law firm owners sell their practices when approaching retirement.
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