October 17, 2019 Articles

Could Your Firm Benefit from Having a Virtual Assistant?

While having a solo law firm has its advantages, it does mean the attorney is responsible for all aspects of the business. But there is help.

By Lisa Tenerowicz

Administrative work, marketing, and customer service can monopolize the day. Rather than building the practice and preparing cases, time is spent handling the day to day tasks required to support the firm. Hiring someone in-house can be cost prohibitive for a solo practice, and even if it is an option, would it make financial sense? Paying someone to be available all day when you only need help now and then can strain the budget. Maybe it’s time to consider a virtual assistant.

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