“So I was on my way to work . . . “ – Adventures in Contingency Planning for Solo Attorneys by Thom Chu, solo trusts and estates practitioner   Working solo has its benefits and burdens Whether you have just gone […]

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This week in Things I Wish I Knew, Joleena Louis provides advice on how to avoid marital issues when you start your solo practice. The word “I” appears in many of my blogs, even twice in the blog series title. […]

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4 ways a solo attorney can recognize when the attorney/client relationship has eroded to the point of walking away from the client and case. When I worked at a busy firm, my boss took on pretty much any client that […]

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