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Next Generation Tech for Estate-Planning Lawyers

Employ lessons learned from going remote to make permanent changes

Lawyers have long heard that they’ll be replaced by technology; however, over the past years, law firms have remained busy. The reality, however, is that lawyers who embrace technology won’t likely become obsolete, but will be more efficient and effective. New technology has found its way into law firms, but the advances and changes have moved slowly. When the COVID-19 pandemic arrived in the United States in early 2020 and entire law firms were suddenly working remotely, many lawyers found

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