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Posted by: Barry Kolar on May 8, 2014

Whether you are in need of a receptionist to answer phones or a paralegal to assist with complex matters, at some point you will likely need to hire someone. Your clients will not want to pay hundreds of dollars an hour for you to format a document or call the courthouse to check on available motion dates. Logically, if you reach the point where you are spending as much time handling the administrative work as you are handling the legal work, you are probably leaving money on the table. Good employees will provide a positive return on investment.

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