The majority of lawyers know basic trust accounting principles, but throughout the course of business, instances arise that require more in-depth knowledge.
Scenarios such as a lawyer leaving the firm and taking their clients with them or the firm needing to switch banks may not be daily occurrences, but it’s still critical that the proper procedures are followed. Going beyond the basics will make sure you’re prepared to handle complex trust accounting situations.
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