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5 Things To Prepare For Running a Law Firm from Home with Kids [LGE 121]

Lawyers Gone Ethical

Release Date: 07/14/2020

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Many families will have the kids home this fall, whether by choice or school policies. If you're going to be running your law firm from home in the presence of homeschooled kids, Megan has come up with five things you (and she) can do now to prepare for a smoother road and ethical law practice ahead.

  1. Schedule (honestly)
  2. Get help 
  3. Plan breaks
  4. Plan your finances
  5. Organize space

And the 8 year old adds a bonus 6th!

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