We are always interested in looking at potential case or practice acquisitions.

Example: You’ve built up a great law practice in one of our core areas, Corporate, Labor Law or Real Estate, and now you are thinking about doing something else with your time — retiring, transferring to a new career, or simply taking a break. However, you want to make sure that your clients’ interests continue to be protected with the highest professional skill and integrity.

If the above sounds like your story, rather than merely withdraw as counsel and leave your clients out to find a new attorney or attorneys on there own, we want to talk with you about buying your practice or taking over your current cases. We’ll do the work….and you will continue to get paid without working!

Checklist for Taking over a Practice

Guidelines for Closing or Selling a Law Practice

If you would like to talk about transferring your cases or selling your practice, call us and ask to speak with Chris Adishian today and we will arrange an introductory phone call or in person meeting.

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