A healthy internal culture is a vitally important asset of a modern law practice and a key contributor to a firm’s continued success. Estate planners in particular work to create a caring and collaborative environment. Understandably, the firm is protective of that culture, especially when adding new members to the team. When an estate-planning practice decides to add a litigation component to the office, the firm must proceed carefully to ensure that the attorneys and staff continue to meld
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