Sometimes You Don’t See It Coming—Succession Planning for Your Practice

Sometimes You Don’t See It Coming—Succession Planning for Your Practice

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Are you prepared for an unexpected interruption of your practice? 

 

An interruption of cessation of your practice can be sudden and unexpected. But it only takes a few minutes to gain peace of mind for you and protection for your clients, your colleagues, and your family. Visit the State Bar’s Succession Planning Portal and designate a colleague to act as a custodian attorney if the need arises.  

 

 

Designating a custodian attorney is easy to do:  
  1. Identify an attorney who is willing to serve as your custodian attorney, and 
  2. Complete the Electronic Designation Form.  

For more information about succession planning and the role of a custodian attorney, visit our Law Practice Management site 

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