Solos: Do You Really Want a Partner?

In the legal profession, there are many solo practitioners. The ABA estimates that half of the country's lawyers "hang out their own shingles." Over the course of a career, most of these solos occasionally give serious thought to the idea of joining forces with another lawyer. Such a decision should never be rushed. It should always be well-thought-through.

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