UNHAPPY WITH $420,000 A YEAR

Old school lawyers who focus on client estate plans earn the least, but are satisfied with their lots. New-fangled lawyers, who go so far as to take commissions on life insurance and fees for investment management, earn the most, and they too are happy. But those earning smack in the middle lawyers who serve as their clients' principal point people because they provide a variety of consultative services

Old school lawyers who focus on client estate plans earn the least, but are satisfied with their lots. New-fangled lawyers, who go so far as to take commissions on life insurance and fees for investment management, earn the most, and they too are happy. But those earning smack in the middle — lawyers who serve as their clients' principal point people because they provide a variety of consultative services — are dissatisfied with their compensation. And they plan to do something about it.

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