I'm currently a junior associate at my firm's headquarters office, where most of my practice group is located. I'm moving to another city where my significant other has recently matched for medical residency, so we have to go there. My firm has an office in this other city, and I work with attorneys from my practice group in this other office pretty regularly. Therefore, I'm going to ask for an office transfer. Any advice on what to do not do? I know it varies situation-to-situation and firm-to-firm, but I appreciate any anecdotes. I think if you're planning on moving, then that's what you're doing. So you have to do it, and there's nothing wrong with that. What I would recommend is maybe talking to the firm and if you've a hundred percent made up your mind. And if this whole thing is going forward, once the whole move is happening and then asking to transfer. I don't think it's going to be too much of a problem. And I think the firm will understand as long as they have the work in that other office and you can still do work in your existing office. So most of the time, that sort of thing works out. I don't think you'll have too much trouble, especially in this particular situation. But then what happens after medical residency is over and your significant needs to move again. And that's a question that you might want to think about as well.