What We Believe
We believe lawyers can and should thrive from their shared experiences, unique insights, and perspectives gained from law practices, particularly ones that created thousands of estate plans and accomplished wealth transfers.
We believe that lawyers want to be advocates, not sales people. We believe lawyers wish to serve their client and somehow have gotten into selling time, when they should really be selling knowledge and results.
Furthermore, we believe that the practice values spending time, and billing hours. We believe that most lawyers are inconsistent with their time management, often know very little about running their own businesses, and many lack self-confidence in doing so.