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It’s what your life built – you want an attorney that cares

Estate Planning sections at large firms are not known for their profitability and so they are not the highest priority. Perhaps that is why one large Chicago firm is dropping their estate planning division. No matter how big or large my estate, I want to meet with and become acquainted with the attorney who will actually be handling it and get a feel for whether they genuinely care about my stuff. That is what you get when you go to a small or solo firm. The matter will not be passed off to a junior associate tucked away somewhere in the labyrinth. My recommendation – even if you decide to go with a larger firm, insist on meeting with the attorney who will do the actual work.


January 21, 2007 - Posted by | Estate Planning, Solo & Small Firm

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  1. beautiful

    Comment by banshee | February 22, 2007 | Reply

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