By Scott Cooke, Cooke Family Law
As a solo practitioner and someone who first attempted working from home as a non-traditional office setup, I am always looking for the best way to provide legal service in a cost-effective way. I learned that working out of my home provided too many obstacles to be practical for me. For those who want to consider non-traditional office setups for themselves, this article provides some alternative ideas, instead of just opening a traditional office.
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