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Business Continuity Planning for the Solo/Small Firm Lawyer

The solo or small firm estate and elder law attorney should not be a “shoeless cobbler” when it comes to making their own plan for emergency, disability and business continuation! We will go over a strategy to get started, as well as some planning checklists. We will also look at materials that are tailored to a solo/small firm practice and discuss ways to identify an attorney who can “pinch hit” for you.

Speaker:
Since 2008, Barb Cashman has been a solo practicing in Denver, focusing on estate and elder law and mediation. Barb is a past chair of the Solo/Small Firm Section of the Colorado Bar Association and is active in the Trusts & Estates and Elder Law sections of the CBA. She received her J.D. from the University of Denver Law School in 1987, where she was editor-in-chief of the Denver Journal of International Law & Policy. Barb is a frequent presenter at CLEs as well as community programs on elder law topics. She is a member of the Arapahoe County Bar Association, the Women’s Estate Planning Council, the Colorado Guardianship Association and the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys.

The agenda, February minutes, meeting materials, CLE affidavit and program materials can be found on the day of the program at:
http://www.cobar.org/For-Members/CBA-Sections/Elder-Law
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By: Colorado Bar Association

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