With prudent planning and execution, you can avoid overextending yourself financially while your practice is building.
When potential clients come to you to save their home or their credit, what options do they have?
Give clients flexible payment options, and your practice will get paid quickly and securely.
Be sure small business clients view you as a problem solver and not a problem maker.
Professional referrals are fundamental to the practice of law, but what are the ethical guidelines for handling them?
Avoid risk of harm to clients and protect yourself through the proper use of client trust accounts.
Here’s the scoop on credit scores and reports—and their relation to damages when things go wrong.
The CCRA imposes both substantive law changes and changes in disclosure requirements.
Depending on the circumstances, individuals as well as businesses may file for Chapter 11 relief to restructure debts or liquidate assets.
Recognizing and addressing the importance of credibility—whether it is the lawyer’s or the witness’s—is essential.
The Last Waltz, Redux
A Promise Made
Something for Everyone
GPSolo Bylaw Amendments Announcement; 2011 ABA Annual Meeting; 2011 GPSolo Fall Meeting and National Solo & Small Firm Conference
Ready Resources on Credit
Regain Control of Your Workday!
The Reference Handbook on the Comprehensive General Liability Policy
Customized Social Networks