Leaders set the tone of any company; if you’re intentional with your actions, growth oriented, and willing to evolve, the rest of your legal workforce will likely follow suit. Similarly, if you have a positive attitude towards technology, you’ll boost your team’s willingness to embrace it.
Consumer demand is driving the digitization of law; we know that people want to be able to access legal documents online at a time and place that suits them, but it can be a real headache for lawyers to work out how best to provide these digital services.
Many lawyers are finding the digitization of the legal sector intimidating, and as a result they are losing out on opportunities to build and future-proof their firm. There are already online platforms that sell legal documents with no lawyer involvement. However, at Guidr we keep the lawyer at the center of the online service so that your expertise is on hand and the consumer trusts they will receive high quality documents.
Adaptability is one of the key qualities your law firm requires to ride out unexpected turbulence and the ongoing digital evolution of what consumers want and need. Although entrepreneurs tend to be naturally adaptable, the pandemic caught most of us by surprise. We had to make major changes to the way we think and work in order to survive, which will put us in a great position moving forwards.
What do you think is the most challenging part of providing some of your legal services online?
Tenacity is one of the key skills required to grow your law firm, overcome challenges, and deliver the services your clients want; without it, your business is likely to flounder.
As a lawyer, what do you think about digital expansion? Your answer to that question could be the difference between your law firm thriving or getting left behind.
Many lawyers become paralyzed by the concept of ethics and sometimes use it as an excuse to bury their head in the sand or resist making changes in how they work. As an entrepreneur and estate planning lawyer, I view ethics as a filter that we need to consider, not as an obstacle to progress.
Does your law firm face recurring problems? For example, do you struggle to find new business or attract younger clients? Do you find it frustrating? Is it costing you time and money? In this blog, we’re going to share a powerful concept that will help you adopt a different approach so you can deliver a higher level of service and boost your bottom line.
How do you feel about selling your services or legal products? Do you cringe at the thought, or are you excited because you know how much they will support your clients?
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