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Andrew Schwartz and Eric Rollinger to speak to Montgomery County Medical Society

Date: November 15, 2012

Time: 6:00pm - 8:30pm

Speaker(s): Andrew L. SchwartzEric J. Rollinger, Keith Mathis, CFP, MedChi Agency

Event Type: Speaking Engagement

Sponsored By: Montgomery County Medical Society

Location: That's Amore, 15201 Shady Grove Road, Rockville, Maryland 20850

Andrew Schwartz and Eric Rollinger will present "Partnership Buy-Ins/Buy-Outs: What Young Physicians Need to Know" to the Montgomery County Medical Society young physicians and guests as part of their Practice Success Series.

Co-ownership is like a marriage—it is a long-term relationship that requires a lot of work, communication, dedication and perseverance. If the buy-in is not planned and written well, it could lead to an unhappy divorce. If the buy-out is not done fairly, it could leave both parties in uncomfortable positionsand with hard feelings. It is therefore critically important to get the best legal advice in drafting the buy-in and buy-out agreement in order to protect the financial interests of all parties: the practice, incoming partners and outgoing partners. Keith Mathis of the MedChi Agency will discuss all the relevant insurance products to protect you and the practice. Learn all the right questions to ask at this important session.


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