Steps that you can take to cut your technology expenses while still allowing your firm to grow and prosper
Don’t fool yourself into thinking your firm has a results-oriented system in place when it doesn’t.
Expert advice from divorce-industry professionals to help you serve your clients and grow your practice.
Two practice advisors provide tips for family lawyers on how to get potential referral sources to like and trust you enough to send business your way.
Management consultant Jake Krocheski provides seven tips for managing your law firm’s accounts receivable through decisive action.
Technology has made family lawyers more accessible to potential clients, but it has also altered the way in which attorneys must grow and market their family law practice.
You can’t really manage time – but you can manage your activities to increase your productivity.
Divorce-industry professionals offer expert advice to help you serve your clients and grow your practice.
By Mark Powers and Steve Riley: Chart a course for the future of your family law practice by knowing the five most threatening issues facing the legal profession.
Mark Powers and Shawn McNalis: Track, monitor and gain control of your firm’s finances with a financial dashboard.