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Blog and FAQ to be Updated Soon!

One of the most challenging times of a business’ life is obviously its birth.  Currently, we are working on tweaking our website to best serve and provide information for our clients. Suggestions are always welcome.

Moreover, the final paperwork with New York’s Secretary of State is being filed and completed tomorrow, and we will officially be operational as an LCC!  Right now, we have completed the first step of filing a name reservation.

We will begin to add content regularly to this blog to best assist our clients and readers with their legal marketing both on and off the internet.  Also, we will finalize our FAQ and post the first volley of questions we had received from prospective and current clients, as well as refers under our Finder’s Fees program and potential employees.

Please note, even though the blog will regularly be posted to, we will still be selective in accepting new clients until August.  We will not be rejecting clients–as it is against our business philosophy–but we will be deferring any potential contracts until August.  Please know we absolutely HATE to turn away any clients, and it is not reflection on your practice.  After August, we will be fully operational.

Thank you for your understanding, your readership, your support, and of course, your business.

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