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Can Stay-At-Home Parents Build A Successful Practice? Tips From Entrepreneurs

Can a parent who takes time off to stay home with kids during the child-rearing years start and grow a successful law practice? Even today, most lawyers would say no — though somehow I managedeven if, at times, I endured a bumpy ride. Back then, there were few templates for balancing stay-home parenting with a...
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