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<h2><span style="font-weight: 400;">Lawyers at Midlife</span></h2>
<p>Lawyers at Midlife also examine the health aspects of retirement, which deals with taking care of ourselves, the benefits of remaining both mentally and physically active, Medicare and long-term care. As we are all aware, medical costs are skyrocketing and one must assume these costs will increase as we age and, ah well, let&rsquo;s just say, deteriorate. One of the biggest fears of Boomers is the loss of independence and requiring someone else to take care of us. Hire an attorney for your business and get <a href="">business lawyer free consultation</a>.</p>
<p>The authors also explore aspects of estate planning. We attorneys may be some of the worst offenders. We may admonish our clients to protect themselves by getting wills and trusts, but so often we fail to follow our advice. More food for thought but with changing laws, be sure you follow-up with advice that is both current as to the law and tailored to your circumstances.</p>
<p>One aspect of &ldquo;retirement,&rdquo; which is addressed in Chapter 7 is the possibility that you may not want to retire but you also don&rsquo;t want to be a lawyer. Retirement may be the time to explore different career paths. You can probably name a few attorneys who came to law as a second career and you would have to be blind not to notice that there is a high&nbsp;</p>
<p>degree of dissatisfaction and stress related to the legal profession. So, perhaps, for you, retirement is time to dust off that old manuscript or play and pursue a career that gives you a challenge and greater personal satisfaction.</p>
<p>If you are ready to make that step into retirement, then Chapter Eight addresses closing a practice. You just can&rsquo;t close up shop and walk away. Your clients deserve more than that. And you have to consider what to do with your records, how to withdraw from active cases, and malpractice coverage. Don&rsquo;t overlook the possibility that your practice has value and you might consider selling it.</p>
<p>Lawyers at Midlife provides a lot of helpful information and covers topics that I don&rsquo;t usually see addressed by our profession. The checklists and assignments help to focus our attention on frequently overlooked aspects of retirement. The authors also provide resources for further investigation. I would recom-mend this book not only to those approaching retirement age, but those considering transitioning out of law or those experiencing questions as to where they fit in as lawyers.</p>
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