What happens if an adviser dies, retires or otherwise become unable to work?

Advisers must set up their practices to be prepared for all three of these possibilities because if any of those situations occur, without a plan in place, clients could be left high and dry, according to Ross Carmel, founding partner at New York law firm Carmel Milazzo & DiChiara.

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