What if you need a few months off from your practice?
What if a sole proprietor becomes ill?
What if a legal partner retires?
When life gets in the way of work in a significant way, having a “disaster plan” in place can make things just a little easier.
Planning for unexpected interruptions is covered in a free live webcast, October 28. The live event runs from noon to 1:30 p.m. and provides such resources as: key steps for sole proprietors; Continuing Power of Attorney forms; Last Will and Testament clauses; Practice Coverage Agreement between the planning and the replacement; and practical checklists.
To register, visit the Law Society sign-up:
The Contingency Planning Guide for Paralegals is available at: