If lawyers don’t prepare for the worst, courts willLawyers who do not plan for what happens to their practices if they die suddenly and unexpectedly "let unprepared successors deal with an impossible situation. Spontaneous improvisation when the crisis occurs is unacceptable.”
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Published: June 29, 2012
Time posted: 5:05 pm