We all live in a world where we all have to subscribe to a certain system. Whether it be a small system, like our families, a big system, such the institutions that we work for, or an even bigger one, like our governments – we are all individuals working together as a whole.
As such, not all individuals have the same needs, even if they are within the same system. The good thing though, is that even if our needs are different, some people are able to provide for a multitude of them.
For example, a company CEO’s needs from an IRS lawyer may be different from an employee’s. The big boss wants to figure out how the company can more effectively explore their tax payment options, for the sake of the future; the employee on the other hand has more immediate needs – he needs help with sorting out his tax debt.
Another point. The longer we participate in this system, the more responsibility we carry. As such, we have to be more forward-looking than most – as we are responsible for more than just ourselves.
For example, if you think that your last will and testament is the end of it, then you might not have given probate attorneys some thought. Sometimes, things won’t turn out the way we expect it to – and we must anticipate just that.
In the end, we will always need help to figure different problems/concerns out. After all, this system won’t work if we don’t.