June 01, 2016 Feature

How New Solos Can Achieve Work-Life Balance (Without Support Staff)

Elizabeth Cuccinello

Being a solo attorney can be hard. Being a solo attorney with no support staff can be even harder. This is particularly true regarding your work-life balance. When you first start your practice, you are looking to limit costs and manage expenses. The decision to hire someone to assist you with administrative and other support is probably last on your list. So how do you carve out time for your personal life? There are some steps you can take to better manage your practice and still make sure you have time for yourself and your family. The important thing to keep in mind is to find what works best for you. Just because something works well for one attorney doesn’t mean it’s going to work for everyone.

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