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Heartbroken

My seven year old sneaked into my bed last night. Under normal circumstances, I would have waited until he was asleep and taken him back to his room. But instead, I pulled him close and held him tight. I thought of all the parents in Connecticut who would not be able to do the same.Read More

Limited Scope Legal Services

When I shared my plans to start a Web-based law practice several years ago, most attorneys I told were a bit skeptical that it would work. Very few attorneys were practicing in the virtual realm and the idea of delivering legal services online seemed foreign to them. Times have changed. Americans use the Internet toRead More

New and Improved!

I am delighted to announce that the upgrade of the user interface for my virtual law office was completed last night. As of this morning, I will be working exclusively on the new Total Attorneys Virtual Law Office platform. The new interface is sleeker and more intuitive, and I’m excited about the additional features itRead More

Celebrating Two Years!

January 4 of this year marked my firm’s second anniversary! It has been an exciting two years! I’ve learned so much, both personally and professionally. In some ways, it seems like I’ve been in solo practice for much longer, but in other ways, I feel like I’m just getting started. When I started my firm,Read More

Happy Holidays!

It’s hard to believe that another year has come to an end! If you’re like me, you’re scratching your head wondering where all the time has gone. As I look back on the year, I feel very blessed to have had the opportunity to work with so many of you! So rather than writing aboutRead More

The Virtual Law Practice

When I opened my virtual doors a year and a half ago, very few lawyers operated in the virtual realm. But the virtual law practice model is becoming more mainstream as attorneys harness technology to make legal services more accessible, convenient, and affordable for their clients. The focus of the September/October issue of the AmericanRead More