Janet Briaud is 62 and has been a planner for nearly 30 years, so it's hardly surprising that she'd been thinking about succession planning.

"About 10 years ago, I started to wonder what would happen to my clients if something happened to me," she says. "I started asking questions and having valuations done on my firm." She found that putting her thoughts into action was more difficult than expected.

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