Take the Case of Mrs. Y

Mrs. Y, a talented litigation attorney working for a large law firm in New York. She was offered a two year assignment with the U.S. President’s administration. This assignment would provide an income of $250,000 annually and would prove to be an exemplary credential for her. Although, the new position would mean taking a leave of absence from her $2,000,000 annual private practice income and no longer being eligible for the firm’s Long-Term Disability Plan.