Howdy, Partner: What Law Firms Get Wrong About Partnership Agreements

Oh, this one’s easy. 

 

Law firms don’t often have partnership agreements.  Especially small firms. 

 

Which is kind of shocking, right?  Because, if a lawyer had a business owner for a client, said lawyer would most stringently advise that business owner to draft a partnership agreement, if that business owner was to enter upon a partnership. 


 

So, why don’t more attorneys follow that sage advice? 

 

Maybe it’s a lack of knowledge about how to draft a viable partnership agreement? 

 

 

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Then, if you want to talk further about building a more successful law firm partnership, give us a call. 

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