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COMMIT TO GOING SOLO

STEP 1

“Failing to plan is planning to fail.” – Alan Lakein

“The secret of getting ahead is getting started.” – Mark Twain

The first step is committing yourself to going solo. Why? Being a solo practitioner is not an easy road. It takes a lot of planning, patience, dedication, and hard work. It’s worth it, but you must be committed to be successful. If you are unsure whether starting a law firm is right for you, we have compiled a list of resources to help you. Spend the time to read through these great resources before you jump in.

Documents, Plans & Checklists

So, you’ve decided that going solo and starting a law firm is right for you. That’s great! What do you do now? Get organized! And, keep reading through this website. We are here to make this process easier for you. Everyone is different, so look through these proposed organizational guides, checklists, and plans to see which one fits you best and then get to work!