How a small monthly investment in a virtual office New York is producing a career of dividends.
Legal credibility is only a Staten Island ferry ride away. Choosing a virtual office New York location as your firm’s Manhattan office enables you to live your dream in Staten Island and cultivate the legal credibility that only a premium commercial Manhattan mailing address can offer your firm.
Stephen Kunen, a Staten Island-based sports attorney, chose Law Firm Suites as his virtual office provider when founding his successful practice because it offered access to a community of legal peers with a prestigious Manhattan address that gave him the credibility his practice deserved.
What is a virtual office?
A Virtual office is a rental arrangement where attorneys can pay a low monthly fee (typically starting at under $100 a month) to rent the use of a premium commercial address and have access to office space and conference rooms on an as-needed basis.
Create your dream home office, without sacrificing legal credibility.
By virtue of living in Staten Island, Kunen had more space than a typical Manhattan resident to create his dream home-office. Like many new attorneys starting practices, he wanted to reduce overhead as much as possible during the first few months of his practice’s existence. He realized he could devout a large amount of his spacious home to his firm’s office for much less than the cost of renting the same amount of commercial space in Manhattan.
Kunen does the arduous drafting required by his IP practice mainly at his Staten Island home office and leverages a virtual office package, including inexpensive conference room access, when he needs to meet clients. He felt maintaining a stable, virtual office was more professional than meeting his clients at their place of business or coffee shops.
A virtual office New York produced an of-counsel relationship.
Kunen’s virtual office offered his firm much more than a place to meet clients and receive mail. Stephen took advantage of the social aspects inherent to a community that is exclusive to attorneys. He regularly attended Law Firm Suites community networking meetings. At one of those meetings, he made a connection with an expanding intellectual property firm.
Kunen now serves as of-counsel to that firm.
His small monthly investment in a virtual office New York is producing a career of dividends.