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Jeffrey Fink is a lawyer in Wellesley, Massachusetts, who provides his clients with large firm quality and responsiveness in a small firm setting. His practice has three main areas of focus: business law, alternative dispute resolution and family law. He is the author of the popular Kung Fu Mediation blog (he approaches conflict from a different perspective as a second degree black belt in kung fu) and is a regular contributor to Family Mediation Quarterly and various online publications.

How to Divide Law Firm Partnership Income

How to Divide Law Firm Partnership Income

One of the quickest ways to silence a roomful of lawyers is to raise the question of how to divide law firm partnership income. Many lawyers are reluctant to discuss the subject because they are unfamiliar with the options and uncertain how to select among them. Others are concerned that a conversation with their partners […]

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