Ask most divorcing clients about their financial goals and the response can range from a blank stare to an angry diatribe. If you hope to get an informed answer, you need to identify their core beliefs and competencies about finances.
Following these steps can help you save time and money by making the switch to paperless.
An iPad attorney muses about his favorite apps to help you create efficiencies in your practice this year.
These tips should help ensure that clients are happy with the representation they receive during their divorce – and a happy client is the best referral source for future clients!
Having a great marketing plan doesn’t guarantee success for your practice. Once a prospect steps into your law firm, it’s important to know what to do to convert these prospects into clients.
Common firm management problems and possible solutions for small- to mid-sized law firms.
Things I wish I had known when I was first starting out in family law.
Important considerations for managing associates or other employees remotely.
Your clients are human beings going through one of life’s worst experiences. Prepare them as best you can for the emotional roller-coaster they jumped on; don’t just focus on the legal process.
After practicing for 39 years I have discovered some very important things about keeping clients satisfied in trial work. Here are some tips.