Large law firms have deep pockets and big teams; here’s how your small firm can protect itself against risk when operating on tight financial margins.
To attract more quality clients to your law firm, you must properly market yourself to them. Follow these seven tips and you will be on your way to working on more high-asset and complex cases.
The best ways to manage your clients’ expectations so you can maintain the best relationship possible in a forever changing and busy work environment.
An attorney’s duty to keep client-attorney communications private now includes knowing how to prevent hackers from gaining unauthorized access to a client’s confidential information. Here’s why using “free” Wi-Fi is risky business.
The legal profession’s move towards technology poses some serious security risks to lawyers, particularly in family law. Here’s a broad overview of your obligations and what considerations need to be addressed.
The reality of this day and age is, unless estate and legacy planners adopt technologies to improve the efficiency and value of their firms, they will not last through this digital generation.
Is your firm losing good prospects because your staff lacks the ability to consistently qualify callers – and turn them into clients?
Valuing and dividing retirement accounts is more complex than most attorneys expect. An experienced financial professional can provide ideas to help divide these accounts strategically – and avoid unnecessary costs.
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