How do you onboard modern clients in the 21st Century? In today’s podcast you will learn about what clients value. Do they want speed, responsiveness, mobile access? Do they want intake options such as online forms, chatbots, text messaging? How do you create and respond to the client’s journey from finding you through resolution? You’ll learn all this more today. Listen and learn.
Practicing law for the first time comes with its fair share of stressors and unknowns. One of the first things you’ll need to determine is how much you can expect to charge for your services. Will you be able to set an hourly rate that’s reasonable for an attorney in your area, and provides enough income to meet your needs? (Includes sample forms)
Working from home can be an amazing experience if it is planned correctly; an unmitigated disaster if it’s not. More importantly, if handled incorrectly there can be a lot of friction in your home. Why? Because, while your spouse and kids go off to work and school to then come home to their ‘sanctuary’, you are carefully and thoughtfully converting your sanctuary into a work space for a finite number of hours each day. This is a major psychological challenge. How do you do it successfully?
To this day, one of the most common challenges for solo and small firm lawyers is getting paid. Your payment structure notwithstanding, a smooth billing process is predicated on honest and open communication — particularly during your consultation. Paired with a dependable, secure tech solution, the latest billing best practices will help you achieve a significant drop in friction, avoid awkward client interactions, and ultimately collect on more unpaid invoices.
Ah, Spring! A time of rebirth, renewal, hope and overall excitement about the possibilities that lie ahead. And we’re all about the amazing possibilities for finally being your own boss.
This year we are combining our 9th birthday celebration and our Spring Into Solo Practice Promotion so we can help pave the way for even more lawyers who want build their solo/small firm practices.
Now through April 2, 2018, we will be reducing our first month’s tuition to $127 (monthly renewal thereafter remains $65).
To help solo and small firm attorneys maintain a more steady cash flow and master their law firm’s finances, here are nine tips for getting paid consistently, on time, and without the drama.
We ask the single most important question – can lawyers fail and survive and go on to thrive? Our position, failure is not a bad thing. What matters is what you do after your failure. Listen and learn.
To help attorneys better understand the trends that affect their business, LawPay has created a new infographic, “Recent Trends in Legal Payments.” Explore this infographic to see how changes in payment preferences could affect your law firm, and what you can do moving forward to improve payments in your practice.
As we close in on our 9th birthday in 2018, we are planning changes at Solo Practice University. It’s time to shake the trees, streamline our community, and reconfigure our enrollment options and benefits. Open now so you don’t miss out on time-sensitive opportunities.
While recorded over the summer, the sentiment remains the same over any stretch of downtime. It is great to plan soft relaunches of your firm during slow periods. Soft relaunches can include the announcement of a new employee, new website design, rebranding, any number of changes in your firm that give you a new marketing opportunity. So, listen and learn. (Oh, and enjoy Jared’s heavy breathing. He gets excited for these podcasts!!)