Jonathan Hawkins explains how to transition out of your practice, whether you are squashed by an anvil out of the blue or planning to cash out and retire. Plus, common mistakes lawyers make when planning their exit (besides not planning in the first place).
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Jonathan Hawkins is a business lawyer for lawyers in Atlanta, Georgia and the author of A Lawyer’s Handbook on Contract Lawyering in Georgia. He helps attorneys and law firm owners identify, understand, and navigate the legal, business, and ethics-related issues that stem from running a law practice. More specifically, he assists lawyers and law firms in starting law firms, law firm structuring, partnership agreements, lateral moves, separation agreements, law firm dissolutions, attorney fee disputes, risk management, buying, selling, or closing a practice, and ethics advice.
Last updated January 23rd, 2020