Nathan Snyder of Voorhees, N.J., has advice for solo and small firm attorneys like himself: Take the checks to the bank yourself.

Snyder’s secretary stole $11,000 from his trust account, leaving a shortfall that his bank reported to state ethics investigators. And the Disciplinary Review Board of the Supreme Court of New Jersey found Snyder guilty of failing to safeguard funds.

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