Contingency planning for lawyers:
A practical guide for sole practitioners and small law firms.

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While lawyers may be diligent about helping clients plan for the future, prepare for the worst and handle a crisis, they often neglect their own plans and preparations.

Larger firms have the people power and processes to absorb bumps in the road, but smaller firms and sole practitioners are often on their own – and particularly vulnerable to these disruptions.

There is a way to find the peace of mind that big firm lawyers enjoy. A contingency plan can help smooth the bumps – for you and your clients – if the unexpected does happen.

This guide will help you understand the risks of failing to put your mind to those “what if” questions. We’ll look at the benefits to be gained from having a contingency plan and then step through everything you need to know to create a thoughtful and appropriate contingency plan for your practice.

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