Lawyers Going Solo Without Going It Alone

“Solos,” and small firms up to nine lawyers, today comprise the majority of the U.S.’s 1.3 million lawyers. See how one solo attorney improved her overall efficiency and grew her practice using a virtual office.

Home Office Deductions: A Refresher on the Rules

Many people think they can take a home office deduction, but that isn't always the case. At-home workers need to pay particular attention to the complex rules. Click through to see who can take this deduction and under what circumstances.

PPP: IRS and SBA Issue New Guidance

The IRS and SBA continue to release additional guidance on the PPP that is applicable to those applying for loans and those who already have them. Click through for key clarifications in this important but complicated program.

Secure Potential Clients Today – Save Money & Time Down the Line

Most assume that by having a phone number, they are set. Like all areas of business, however, there is a better way, and attorneys who have this “better way” setup are not only maintaining the appearance that they are in their physical office right now, but they have also avoided the disruption to their business.

Announcing our New Webinar Series "The 90-Day Sprint"

A lot of people are giving advice right now. We're overwhelmed by their invites to webinars, emails about new blog posts and articles, and we're betting you're overwhelmed too! This webinar series will cut through the noise.

Attorneys can now use RON (Remote Online Notarization) in Illinois! Here's how it works.

Governor Pritzker has approved an executive order for remote online notarization (RON) of documents. This executive order will be in place while the Gubernatorial Disaster Proclamation is in force.

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