Are You Fully Vetted?

One meets his destiny often in the road he takes to avoid it.  – French Proverb I am writing this blog for a very smart and accomplished student who now attends Purdue University. I have started corresponding with him under a program that Purdue offers for career counseling and mentoring. He expressed concerns about “choosing the right […]

It is not the law that makes a good lawyer!

Non-lawyers frequently decide to conduct their business without the assistance of an attorney. They have that right. But they proceed at their own risk for the law affects everything. They might get lucky and execute their own Will and foster the end result they sought to accomplish. Often, however, they find that the path they […]

Great Attorney, Bad Fit!

True Story Last weekend, I spent Labor Day doing what I have done for the past few years. I drove cars for Auctions America in Auburn, Indiana. Less than one week ago, I had the privilege and honor of driving a real, honest to goodness, AC Cobra during the course of that auction. This was […]

Solo, Best Exit Strategy For Retirement; Hire To Retire

With an aging population of attorneys it seems that there are more and more articles on selling a law practice that are beginning to emerge. The first inquiry is whether you can sell your practice and what will you need to do to satisfy your obligations on the Rules of Professional Responsibility in your jurisdiction […]