Being a criminal defense lawyer is not an easy job. You care about your clients. Their lives matter to you , You want to help them the best you can. It can weigh on you for a lot of reasons. In this episode we were lucky to have a guest who used to do criminal defense. In fact, he did a lot of court appointed work on very serious cases for those that could not afford an attorney. Joe Thelin joins us this week to talk about the reasons why he traded in his criminal defense practice for estate planning!
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