I’m really tired, a frequent refrain today
“I am really tired, and want to retire.” But, retirement is out of reach for many lawyers after their homes and retirement plans took heavy hits over the last few years. “Business purgatory” is how one phrased it.
Delays in retirement are now common, with 38% in one survey saying their retirement will be at least 5 years later than expected. The income stream for many lawyers comes from their law practice. Selling, closing or merging the practice are options, but none are likely to provide the same income stream the lawyer is accustomed to receiving.
Unless the lawyer is willing to adjust one’s life style, he will remain in practice, working to build up the practice further in order to reap the rewards needed to fund retirement.Tags: Biz, Buying & Selling a Practice, delays, delays in retirement, Ed, Ed Poll, Edward, Edward Poll, fund, fund retirement, Law, Law Biz, LawBiz, Lawyer, Legal, Poll, Retirement
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