Although lawyers try to stay far away from numbers, tracking numbers in your practice can be one of the most instructive activities you do. This podcast will show you how to track your more profitable activities, chart the growth of your firm, and will help you highlight gaps and leaks in your practice. Running a more efficient practice can help you reduce the chance of committing malpractice and will help you be a more effective manager.
About our speaker, Victor Medina:
Victor J. Medina, managing partner of Medina Law Group, devotes his practice to estate planning, helping parents and grandparents to leave their wealth to whom they want, when they want them to have it, and in the way they want. His clients include seniors, young families with minor children, lies with special needs children of all ages, entrepreneurs with business considerations, and established families with dynasty goals. His philosophy of estate planning is based on a forward-thinking approach that focuses on passing on more than just financial wealth, but also spiritual, emotional, and intellectual values.
Victor grew up in the Northeast and attended college and law school in Boston, MA. He is married to Jennifer, a school psychologist in the New Jersey public schools, and has two sons, Aidan and Lucas, who are of school age.
Victor is an active member of the legal community and serves as Vice-President of the Princeton Bar Association. He is also a member of the National Network of Estate Planning Attorneys, American Association of Trust, Estate& Elder Law Attorneys, and the Mercer County Estate Planning Council. He is accredited by the Department of Veteran Affairs to assist veterans in filing claims.