An abundance of legal expertise and opportunities for collaboration are just some of the many perks of a virtual office New York community.
This need for a professional image boost is where a virtual office New York becomes a resource that allows at-home solo attorneys to gain both a commercial mailing address and a network of potential referrals.
Get a commercial address and more with a virtual office New York.
Selectivity is important when choosing your virtual office provider. A home based attorney can gain access to not only a vibrant array of personalities and collaborative opportunities, but also referral potential. This hidden potential can allow them to build their potential resulting in:
Community in action: Virtual office New York legal collaboration.
For example, one of our virtual office clients, an attorney who practices mainly out of her home in Queens, recently needed help interpreting a clause in a commercial real estate contract. She was retained by her client to form multiple corporations and an ancillary real estate issue arose through the course of her representation. She contacted us for advice.
After conversing with her, I connected her with another virtual office New York client with a Westchester-based practice specializing in real estate. I urged them to schedule a brief phone call to discuss the situation. Soon after the initial suggestion, I received a call from the Staten Island attorney thanking me for the connection.
She confessed that her initial connotation was misguided and she would have wasted valuable time trying to figure it out than just a quick phone call. In a virtual office community, these types of interactions are highly common.
In the end, she saved her client money and negotiated a more favorable contract on his behalf, opening the door to doing additional work with him in the future.
The input of other attorneys is essential to practice effectively in the field of law because of the need to work out theories in a timely manner. If you are looking to save money in the long run, a virtual office provider with willing collaborators and the right expertise will do wonders for your wallet.
Often, it’s the lack of connection with peers that is the biggest drawback to practicing in a home-based office.
Practicing from may be the best option for you because it fits your lifestyle needs. Keep in mind though that no attorney is ever truly solo because of the need for additional expertise from others around you. This need for additional expertise and referral potential may be the deciding factors in choosing a virtual office New York for your solo practice indefinitely.