Family lawyer Dean S. Dussias and business lawyer A. Thomas
Conventional wisdom has long held that family law practices kept their work entirely separate from business law. But the complex
business ownership structures, entrepreneurial ventures, and dual career families of the
requiring expertise from the realms of corporate law, trusts and estates, family law, and more. In the past, clients who wanted all of this expertise around one table had to hire multiple firms or limit their search to a few super-size firms who claimed to be able to do it all.