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The vast majority of solo practitioners have never given any thought to what would happen to their practice if they died unexpectedly. When a partner of a multi-attorney firm passes away, there are other partners to deal with the needs of the deceased attorney’s clients. Typically, partnerships have written agreements that consider what happens if the partnership disbands or one of the partners passes away. Surprisingly enough, many attorney partnerships don’t have a written agreement, resulting in squabbling and eventually litigation.
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