While attending a small get together hosted by a mutual friend I had the pleasure of meeting Tom.
Tom is an attorney with a large law firm in the city in which we both live. A pleasant man and easy to talk with, Tom told me about the work he does, explaining with some exasperation the messes that he spends most of his days working through. Probate, family conflicts, unfunded trusts, poorly written documents and things left undone by both clients and their attorneys.
After I explained the work that I do, helping set up estate plans with lifetime services, periodic reviews and end of life settlement, Tom agreed that all of his clients problems would not even exist had they had these services. Of course then he would be out of a job and not making the handsome salary he commands.
Once again I am convinced and assured of the importance of the work I do to