By Keith L. Hancock, Hollingsworth & Zivitz PC
If you're considering hanging your own shingle, one of the first issues you face is start-up costs. How much money does it really take to start your own firm? Which costs are essential and which are non-essential to getting up and running? Far too many attorneys have miscalculated these costs in the past, frequently stifling their chances for success right out of the gate. This article discusses many important financial decisions attorneys face when first going out on their own.
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