Small-firm owners and solo practitioners looking to sell their law firms frequently believe that their particular office space—whether owned or leased—significantly enhances the value of their practice. They usually base this belief on the office’s superior location or their upscale furnishings and design.
When talking to law firm leaders, it’s not often that you hear complaints about the strategic planning process itself. Planning for the future is always a good idea. Implementing that plan is where the rubber hits the road, though. This is also where things often become problematic.
Roy is a lawyer by training and trade. He has 30-plus years of experience practicing and representing clients in a variety of environments: big law firms, small firms, in-house counsel and solo practice. He still practices part-time in a solo practic…