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If the thought of going to a completely paperless office is overwhelming, attorney Nerino J. Petro Jr., technology co-editor for GPSolo magazine, understands why you’re apprehensive but insists you need to move forward. He advises focusing on reducing the amount of paper in your office and how often it’s handled, as opposed to eliminating it completely.
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