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Tips From the Pros: The Final Phase of My Practice: The 4-3 Model

Louis S. Harrison suggests a way for an estate-planning attorney to plan for his own retirement.

On my wedding day, I worked in the morning, got married at noon in Probate Court and then ventured back to the office to work in the afternoon. One of my colleagues mercifully posted a big “L” on the door of my office that day, and I got the point. I left work and celebrated my wedding day.


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