As 2019 comes to a close, it’s a good opportunity to reflect on what we’ve accomplished and make resolutions for what we hope to do in 2020. I have never been a fan of New Year’s resolutions as they often seem like short-term, immeasurable goals. Things like “I am going to exercise more” or “I am going to lose weight” are common. As lawyers, it is our job (or at least we think it is) to tell people all the things they are doing or not doing correctly, which complicate their lives. So I would like to take this opportunity to educate our loyal readers on resolutions that truly can last throughout the year(s):
Planning For Your Next Great Idea. We know and represent many people with amazing ideas for making life easier and more enjoyable while also earning a decent living. We love this stuff! I promise you can tell us all your secrets and we ethically have to keep them confidential (we are like a therapist in that respect). We work hard to guide entrepreneurs to success. We do it every day and can do it for you.
Planning For Your Ducks to Be In A Row. In our hectic world, it seems chaos sometimes becomes the norm. A lawyer’s life is attempting to make order out of conflict and disorder. We can help you set your life in order by reviewing those contracts you never read or update, or taking the time to explain the lease agreement you are about to renew. Resolve to push that stress off on someone whose job it is to fix it. We are here for you!
Planning For Your Eventual Immortality. One hundred percent of our clients, despite their best efforts, depart this life at some point, and every one of them leave without their possessions and, in almost all cases, with loved ones who cared about them and for whom they cared. There is no better New Year’s resolution than to give yourself and your loved ones the gift of certainty and knowing your wishes. We have done this for thousands of people. Come see us in 2020.
We wish everyone a very happy 2020! Happy New Year!
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