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Why Estate Planning is the Surprisingly Perfect Practice Area 
for Lawyers Who Want a 
Profitable Law Practice, Consistent Cash Flow, 
and Control Over Their Schedules
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Why Estate Planning is the Surprisingly Perfect Practice Area 
for Lawyers Who Want a Profitable Law Practice, Consistent Cash Flow, and Control Over Their Schedules
Using Your Law Degree to Protect Families and Small Businesses
When you attend
You’ll walk away knowing:
  • Why it’s easier to build a 6-figure practice than you think—especially with Estate Planning (whether you work remotely or even part-time).
  • How to step into the opportunity of using your law degree in a way that’s honest, fulfilling, and lucrative (and that people in your community need).
  • How to protect your law practice from being replaced by cheap online legal services (and quickly rise above the competition).
  • Why now is the perfect time to serve the Silver Tsunami and the largest transfer of wealth that’s already started ($59 trillion).

Presented By Ali Katz

Founder of New Law Business Model

Ali Katz graduated first in her class from Georgetown University Law Center in 1999, as a John M. Olin Law and Economics Fellow, under her former name, Alexis Martin Neely. After a clerkship on the Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals, Ali became an Associate at Munger, Tolles & Olson, one of the country’s top law firms. Ali went on to start her own law practice and write the bestselling book on legal planning for families, Wear Clean Underwear. Ali has appeared on Good Morning America, the Today Show, and radio and television across the country. Over the past decade, Ali’s New Law Business Model has transformed the lives and law practices of thousands of lawyers, and the families and business owners they serve.

Presented By Ali Katz

Founder of New Law Business Model

Ali Katz graduated first in her class from Georgetown University Law Center in 1999, as a John M. Olin Law and Economics Fellow, under her former name, Alexis Martin Neely. After a clerkship on the Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals, Ali became an Associate at Munger, Tolles & Olson, one of the country’s top law firms. Ali went on to start her own law practice and write the bestselling book on legal planning for families, Wear Clean Underwear. Ali has appeared on Good Morning America, the Today Show, and radio and television across the country. Over the past decade, Ali’s New Law Business Model has transformed the lives and law practices of thousands of lawyers, and the families and business owners they serve.

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WHAT NEW LAW BUSINESS MEMBERS ARE SAYING…
“I just began [serving clients virtually], and my first virtually served client hired me for $5,000."
"I was an employment lawyer - I had become disillusioned and disappointed with practicing law after seeing so many "wrongs" about the legal system. NLBM maximizes everything that is good about practicing law. It restores my belief that this is an important profession that provides resources to people who really need what we do. I now feel like I get to use valuable skills with the certainty that I am helping people every single day. Beyond practicing law, the coaches and mentors have given me new and much improved perspective about why and how to balance practicing law and enjoying time not practicing law. More specifically, I have learned that I am a much better lawyer when I spend more time enriching my life through ways other than being a lawyer. I just began [serving clients virtually], and my first potential ‘virtually served’ client hired me for $5,000." 

- Greg Gordillo 
“I feel confident and excited about what the future holds, which wouldn’t have been possible without NLBM.”
“I started my career as a Deputy District Attorney, and spent the last six years at a mid sized personal injury law firm. I was burned out, and thinking of leaving the law completely to become a life coach. I actually discovered NLBM when I searched ‘leaving the legal field’… Now, I love my law practice. I feel like I am a happier person and closer with my loved ones. My clients are wonderful to work with and super grateful. I feel like I am making a difference, and have better work-life balance. I feel a lot less stressed since I am phasing out my litigation practice, and I am on track to double my (former) salary this year. In these uncertain times, I am really grateful to have the NLBM business model and community. I am preparing for the birth of our first child, and I am the primary breadwinner. I feel confident and excited about what the future holds, which wouldn’t have been possible without NLBM.”

- Pam Maass 
I ignored NLBM emails for months.
“Quite frankly, I was very skeptical about their claims that it was possible to do something meaningful and lucrative with my law degree, AND have a flexible schedule. After 25 years practicing law, I thought they wouldn’t be able to teach me anything. I was wrong. Within a few months of working with NLBM, I’ve increased my fees 1000% (that is not a typo—one thousand percent) and I recently engaged 7 out of 7 new prospects at $4,000 each. The best part is I’m energized and love my business again. I sure wish I had opened the NLBM emails sooner.”

- Robert Galliano (Robert sold his law practice for 7-figures after learning from us)
Why Estate Planning 
is the Surprisingly Perfect Practice Area 
for Lawyers Who Want a Profitable Law Practice, 
Consistent Cash Flow, and Control Over Their Schedules
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