Administrative Support for Estate Planning Attorneys
Helping you to provide superb legal services and expand your clientele as a solo practice attorney
So Much to Do as a Solo Practice Attorney!
It’s been estimated that most solo attorneys spend 25% – 50% of their time doing things other than practicing law. You’re running a business, too.
Clients usually don’t just walk in the door; solo attorneys must spend significant time doing their own marketing and meeting people to develop clientele. No one can represent your professional services better than you can.
Your clients depend on you, the solo practitioner in estate planning, to be available and provide services personally. You need to be diligent and thorough with each client.
And, your solo practice can be all-consuming. You can work up to 80-100 hours per week and have trouble finding time away from work.
Good news, bad news. Your solo practice gives you opportunities and freedom. You also risk not finding enough clients to help pay the bills, or potential ethical lapses or malpractice, or strained personal life. All from lack of time and having to do everything yourself.
I’m Here to Help You Succeed
Reliance Admin provides a solution. I work with you to identify specifically what admin work is taking your valuable time. Then, I devise a plan to provide you the essential admin services that will free your time…for growing your practice, serving your clients, and having life to spare.
I’m a capable and experienced administrative support expert who can handle high-level or complex work with minimal oversight. You are free from having to supervise or worry about follow-through. You don’t need to track my hours or worry about my computer systems. We communicate as needed, primarily via email so that you aren’t interrupted by my phone calls.
More Time to Practice Law and Live Life
With the right admin support, you can now free up time: to grow your practice, to succeed as a estate planning attorney, to live the life you want.
You can spend your time on diligent and thorough estate planning legal services for your clients. You can spend time promoting your expertise through writing and blogging. You can expand your professional networks and reach out to potential new clients. You can be more active in professional groups such as bar associations or social groups or charities. You can carve out time for special persons in your life or relaxing with a good book. More choices and more time.
Act Now, or Wait and See?
You may be at the point where you are making a living, but feel like you have no more time to allocate to growing your business further. Competition is ever-present, and those new potential clients have many choices. A strategic investment in admin support consulting could make the difference between staying at your current level or rising to new heights. Not to mention maintaining the quality of legal services that you provide, and the quality of life that you deserve.
It’s challenging being a solo practice attorney and business owner. Give it some thought, and contact me if you’d like to talk about it further.