By the time a lawyer enters their late fifties, many have been practicing for 20 years or more. Increasingly one is likely to begin wondering what the next steps will be. This series of Web pages engages the array of opportunities and challenges facing attorneys in their 50s, 60s, and beyond. Some common themes include finding interests outside of the law, financial well-being, ways of “cutting back,” retirement, ethically closing one’s practice, and taking care of your mental and physical health. You are welcome to contact LAP for a consultation or additional resources.
Checklists for closing your practice
Life after retirement
Resources for a secure retirement
Approaches to exiting the practice
More information on retirement
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