How I Built A Virtual Law Practice to Travel the World

It was November 23, 2017, and I remember it like it was yesterday: My family had just finished our Thanksgiving dinner, and everyone was scattering throughout the house for football games, side conversations, and family photos.  I, on the other hand, was hiding in the bathroom on the verge of a panic attack. I had so much work to do, and I felt like I didn’t have time for holidays (pretty sad, huh?).  

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Systems Give You Freedom: Incorporating Workflow into Your Law Practice to Save Time and Money

If you are a solo practitioner or have a small law practice, you know that a lot of your valuable time is eaten up with doing small, repetitive tasks. They are simple, but they end up taking so much of the day -- things like sending follow up emails, confirming client appointments, or tracking down signed client agreements.

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Selling Your Estate Planning Services

Unfortunately for estate planning attorneys, drafting a will, executing a durable power of attorney, and designating a guardian for minor children fall under the category of “shoulds.” “Shoulds” are those things in life that you know you have to get around to because they are important, but they are never urgent enough to make it to the top of the list.

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