As a sole practitioner, it may be tempting to take every case that comes across your desk. However, whether or not to take a case is a big decision and many different factors go into making that decision. This begs the question, “What should I consider before taking a new case?” Below are a few factors that I recommend considering when making such a decision.
Before becoming an attorney, I always felt like I needed to have every answer to every possible question before I could charge a client for my advice on a topic. But, the fact is that’s just not possible.
I moved to a new city to start law school, had my third child, went through a divorce during law school, and started my own law practice. Five years ago I had what would appear to be the American dream. I owned a nice home,
This year, giving up TV and focusing on opening a new practice jump started my transition from couch potato to workaholic. I was being more productive, I had more energy, I just felt better…until I didn’t.
Below are just a few of the things I learned from my experience as coverage counsel.
Week 1 of 2019: Online marketing is key in today’s environment. This is evidenced by the sheer number of SEO companies…
I will be posting a weekly blog about my journey towards growing a successful practice (and maybe some updates on how no TV in 2019 is going)