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Virtual Receptionist for Lawyers

In a small firm, a virtual law office receptionist will do wonders. Besides freeing up time, they can screen calls, help with follow up, manage your schedule and, with the right service, collect missing payments. Receptionist Service Basics Your firm can hire a full-time receptionist, but if your firm takes this route, you will be…
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Call Answering Service for Criminal Defense Law Practices

When clients are accused of crimes, your criminal defense law firm may be their best hope of clearing their names. Anxious callers may dial your number for help both day and night. To meet your clients’ needs but also get a break from the phone, rely on AnswerHero, the 24/7/365 answering service that always greets…
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24 Hour Call Answering Services for Corporate Lawyers

Corporate lawyers provide legal counsel for businesses of all sizes. They provide advice, craft documents, and serve as representation in court. Corporate lawyers often work as part of a firm that fields a large number of calls each day. Potential clients call to inquire about retaining a corporate lawyer’s services. The firm receives requests for…
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Virtual Receptionists for Contract Lawyers

Contract lawyers work for law firms on a case-by-case basis. They are contracted for a particular period of time or for a certain project. Many contract attorneys spend much time reviewing documents or preparing them. Contract attorneys may be regularly moved from one task to another. Because contract attorneys usually do not work for a…
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Virtual Receptionist Services for Civil Litigation Lawyers

Civil litigation lawyers seek legal action on behalf of their clients. Appearing at arbitrations and trials, they can represent organizations or individuals. Potential clients call the litigator’s office to inquire about services or set the first appointment. Current clients contact the office to ask questions or present information about their case. When new developments in…
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Virtual Receptionist Services for Bankruptcy Lawyers

Bankruptcy lawyers provide expert legal guidance to families and businesses during what may be troubling financial times. New clients seek information about a lawyer’s services before settling on a legal firm. Current clients call to provide updates or ask questions about their case. Some calls that come to a bankruptcy lawyer’s office are urgent—or feel…
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