In today’s day and age, you have more options to work with an attorney than just the traditional stuffy law firm environment.
Case in point? The virtual law firm.
A virtual law firm has no brick and mortar location but instead attorneys work remotely to deliver services using teleconference and videoconference communication software and cloud-based operations. Virtual law firms are redefining the legal landscape, creating a win-win for attorneys and clients alike.
This set-up results in:
Less overhead costs.
Lean operations means more competitive fee structures with the same high quality legal service so that you don’t have to break the bank to cover your legal bases.
Easier access to an attorney.
This less traditional attorney’s office set-up provides more flexibility to communicate with you around your schedule which ultimately results in better legal service.
The atmosphere is less stuffy, formal, and nerve-wracking. And you have confidence in knowing your matter has an attorney’s attention.
While traditional firms are slow to adapt, a virtual practice provides flexibility that allows us to be more agile to keep up with our clients’ needs.
Nicole Cheri Oden Law is a virtual firm, offering trademark law and contract law services. If you are looking to hire a California attorney who can leverage technology while remaining attune to your needs, please schedule a consultation.
This post is legal education and information, not legal, business, or financial advice and it does not create an attorney-client relationship between us. I am a licensed attorney in the State of California, but I am not your attorney unless a written Retainer Agreement exists with Nicole Cheri Oden Law, PC. You should consult an attorney in your area to make sure you’re taking the right steps for you.
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