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Death, Disability, Directives, and Your Dental Practice

Tuesday, June 21st, 2011 by Steve Wolff

HANG ON because this article is not going to be pleasant. We’re going to talk about things that are uncomfortable and easy to ignore. Nevertheless, it’s important to have this discussion, and it’s even more important to take some action. Most of us would like to believe that we are on a smooth, gentle path to the end of our…

The Sale of Your Estate

Monday, June 1st, 1998 by Guy Jaffe

When a practicing dentist dies, what happens to his practice? At times like this, the family of the deceased dentist usually has two choices of whom to turn to for assistance: The family attorney, accountant, relative or key staff member offers to assist the spouse in trying to sell the practice. A dental practice broker…

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