There comes a time in nearly everyone’s career when the thought of a permanent vacation from the practice of law outweighs a consistent draw from revenues. “Let someone else trudge into my office to slay the dragon every day,” you say aloud to your spouse. Particularly for those attorneys in small or solo practices, the dream of cashing out to a buyer, whether it’s a partner, another firm or a local competitor, sounds enticing.
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