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7 Best Articles for Dealing With Difficult Clients in Your Law Firm
Do you have clients who are impossible to satisfy? These articles can help you manage them. Not every client is going to be easy to please, which is why it’s important to have a plan that will help guide you through handling difficult clients. We’ve gathered the top articles explaining how to effectively handle problematic clients, so you can avoid damaging your law firm’s reputation.
How to Talk to Clients About Sensitive Issues
Let’s talk about words for a second. Words can help explain concepts, documents, legal mumbo jumbo, and how it plays out in the grand circle of life. But getting serious for a moment, more than once, I’ve run into people who did not want to talk about the serious and sensitive issues, like the concept of Power of Attorneys. In this edition of Young, Hungry & Committed, Maryland solo virtual office lawyer Liz Johnson shares how she works with clients who don’t want to talk about sensitive issues.
5 Quick Tips For Happier Clients
In this week’s edition of Things, I Wish I Knew, solo lawyer Joleena Louis shares her top tips for keeping her clients happy, and how these positive relationships add value to your firm.
5 Solutions for Dealing with Problem Clients in Your Law Firm
The problem client. You’ve heard of them before. Maybe you’ve even experienced one in your law firm. These types of clients can manifest themselves in various ways, shapes, and forms. Some examples include: “The ambivalent client,” “The needy client,” “The client that won’t pay,” “The emotional client,” “The client that won’t listen,” etc. If you have any of these clients in your law firm? We’ve got some great tips for you!
What To Do When Your Firm Is Close To Losing A Big Client
There is nothing more nerve-wracking to a solo or small law firm than the prospect of losing a major client. Of course, all business relationships come to a close at some point, but especially with our larger clients, the thought of losing the security blanket that comes with them can be terrifying to most solo and small firms. Follow this article to learn about what steps you should take when you’re close to losing a client, plus discover how you might be able to keep them.
Coworking: The 3 Main Reasons Why Solo Attorneys Use It
Coworking is a work style in which professionals share a physical work environment; however, these individuals may not be employed by the same organization. In technical terms, a shared law office space is coworking. Coworking has a wide variety of benefits, but solo attorneys choose it for three main benefits that help to further their careers.
A Conference Room Rental Can Do Wonders For Your Bottom Line
Conferences room rentals are temporary-basis rooms used by groups, associations, or law firms to conduct events such as a conference, meeting, training event, or seminar. Law firms of all shapes and sizes use conference room rental for a variety of reasons. Anyone can benefit from a conference room rental, whether it is a solo law practitioner or a large law firm. Your firm’s bottom line can reap the benefits of doing so, here’s how.
Why Your New Jersey Firm Needs A Manhattan Virtual Office
For many lawyers, a Virtual Office in Manhattan may be the best option to increase your current hourly rate while maintaining a relatively small economic footprint. Your clients will think you are running a much larger firm than you are, making you look more prestigious without having to take on the extra overhead! Follow this article for more information.
A Lack of Passion for your Practice will Lead to Financial Ruin
There are few things worse in life than working in a job or profession that you are not passionate about. This is especially true for attorneys. Just stating the obvious – we work more hours than the average professional. The work is intellectually demanding and adversarial, which in and of itself creates a lot of stress. Here are some tips to keep you motivated and passionate.
3 Critical Mistakes Lawyers Make When Hiring SEO Services
From an online marketing perspective, most lawyers are doing a lot of things right. Most have nicely designed, mobile-responsive websites that focus on certain practice areas. And we put a lot of effort into building our online brands. For lawyers hiring SEO services, knowing exactly how your consultant will represent your firm is essential to preserving credibility and avoiding ethics problems.