Why attorneys should consider a virtual office in Tampa

Running a law office equates to the same operational challenges as other small businesses; maybe even more.  There are a number of services available today that can greatly ease the financial and operational burdens on these professionals.

Even independent attorneys find themselves in the position of overworking themselves to make the cost of office space worthwhile. However, thanks to virtual office services, these long-term burdens can be a thing of the past.  Shared services are available when you need them – as you need them.

Virtual office services include a part-time receptionist to respond to client calls, a commercial address to represent the law firm, offices and conference rooms to meet clients in on an as-neede basis, receptionists available to take payments, accept packages as well as notary and witnessing services.

Shifts toward a more modern legal market have been slow, but it is happening. flexible work force is the new 21st century buzzword — but it’s also a trend that benefits many lawyers just starting out by allowing them to grow without the risk or cost of permanent hires,” Above the Law contributor Carolyn Elefant writes.

While the legal industry is not the only sector that relies on a traditional corporate setting, law firms take up about two to three times the square footage per employee at a bank, insurance agency or technology company, according to the Daily Report’s coverage.

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