Attorneys routinely receive and hold client money. It can be in the former of a retainer, or as part of a transaction or settlement, or for other purposes. Whenever an attorney takes client money for disbursement later, or even as a guarantee for payment of future legal services, the attorney has substantial fiduciary and ethical responsibilities. Few areas in the attorney-client relationship are more fraught with ethical traps and complaints. This program will provide you with a practical guide to ethical issues when attorneys hold money for clients.