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No More Excuses!
Looking for clients in all the wrong places?
Find yourself staring into the eyes of an empty piggy bank. We know how lonley it can be on no new client island.
It’s downright scary.
So before you find yourself in the law firm episode of lost, download the guide and start checking off projects that will not only help you get new clients, but keep the bad ones away at the same time.
For an out of this world 2017, aim to complete half the list by the end of the year!
Why You Need a
Law Firm Collections Policy
It is important for a Law Firm to follow a clear plan regarding the collection of outstanding accounts receivables (AR) to minimize the potential for lash-back by the client and to minimize wasted time to the Firm in collection efforts.
A consistent effort should be made to create a system for collections where the bookkeeper or an assistant manages the list and the initial attempts to collect and then escalates the issue to the Law Firm Owner as needed.
The Business Plan Workbook walks you through the process of outlining exactly how much revenue you will need to cover expenses, pay yourself, and reinvest for continued growth.
Realign yourself with your goals, and put yourself on a path to success that will pay dividends back to you for years to come.
Writing an operating manual for my law firm is fun!
Said no one, ever.
In all seriousness, we already know that you already know that creating a playbook for your business is a critical step in law firm growth. But let’s be honest… it’s painful. Which is why so-few lawyers ever get around to actually doing it. So there it languishes, along with all the opportunities that await you to enjoy all of the benefits that follow when you make your law firm run more like a real business, and less like a fire drill every week.