I am curious if anyone knows at what point a contract may become unenforcable. I am considering going indy and would like to take my client base with me. The bank that I am with has had several issues in the past few years including: a cease and desist order by fdic, several years of losing money, significant employee turnover. I feel as though I should not have to go down with the ship. The advisors that would still be here pretty much only do fixed annuities and I don't know if they would even be able to manage the accounts that I leave behind since I do primarily fee based brokerage and mutual funds. I plan on having an attorney review my non compete/non solicit agreement, but figured I would see if anyone here may have any insight. Also would any indy b/d like lpl or rj be willing to look at my contract and advise?Thanks!