Succession Planning for Baby Boomer Business Owners

Related Attorney(s): Millard S. BennettDavid B. Torchinsky

Practice Areas: Business LawEstates + Trusts

Stein Sperling principals Millard Bennett and David Torchinsky discuss how coordinated succession and estate planning can help business owners extend the productive life of their businesses.

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Millard Bennett: Baby Boomer business owners are less interested in retiring than they are in extending the productive life of their business. This can be done with proactive and creative succession planning.

David Torchinsky: Attorneys in our estate planning and business law groups regularly collaborate. We want to ensure our clients have business succession plans that are coordinated with their estate plans.

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