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Private homeowners and renters need help navigating their insurance coverage, understanding their mortgage liability, and getting assistance from the federal government.
You must weigh the potential upside—no rent or commuting expenses—against the potential downside—security issues and the lack of clear separation between home and work.
Check out these tax, zoning, and insurance tips that the author learned both from counseling her tax law clients and from her own experiences practicing law at home.
Here’s a guide to help you choose laptop vs. desktop, cell phone vs. landline, color printer vs. black-and-white, and all your other tech equipment.
Tired of moving her office, this general practitioner made the move to a home office that saves her money and time and offers the freedom to do more of what she wants when she wants.
As with any business decision, moving to a home office takes significant planning and an understanding of your legal practice business model to be successful.
If you spend more of your time studying documents, researching, and writing than meeting clients, working from your home has advantages for you and partners.
Save yourself time, money, and professional repercussions by considering the potential hazards before hiring that caregiver or gardener.
To help unmarried clients achieve their goals, you need to be well-versed in the different forms of co-ownership and anticipate what can happen when relationships go bad.
Given the reach of a modern corporation, it’s not easy to determine its “citizenship” for purposes of establishing federal diversity jurisdiction.
Solos and small firm lawyers can partner with existing public-interest programs to make a difference while also obtaining valuable professional development opportunities.
Learn how you can lighten your load by switching to an iPad for most of your tasks on the go.
The GPSolo Division is your home in the ABA, a place you can find the tools to better serve your clients, your community, and our society.
Ethics 20/20 Task Force Needs Your Input; Brown Bag Sessions; CLE Webcasts from National Solo & Small Firm Conference Available Online; GPSolo Wins APEX Award
Check out these ABA books, CLE programs, and web resources on home offices, home insurance, and a host of other home-related topics.
Dealing with an unrelenting onslaught of bad news is especially hard for solo attorneys. Learn how to take a break and refocus.
Relocating across state lines to grow your business might be the best thing that ever happened to your law practice.