It has been a busy year so far here at Stock Legal! In the never-ending quest to produce interesting and informative content for our blog, I thought our readers might want to know what all we have been up to this year.
We are more than half-way through 2019 . . . I had to let that sink in for a moment. At just over the half way point, I am thrilled to share that Stock Legal has:
- Transitioned, successfully, all of our back-office services to Legal Back Office, allowing us to streamline our invoicing, bookkeeping and accounts receivable work;
- Published more than 25 blog posts on topics ranging from Operating Agreements, Confidentiality Agreements, Estate Planning, and Dental Service Organizations;
- Developed tracking processes to understand how much work/revenue each of our practice areas is producing, and how our clients find us;
- Identified key performance indicators that allow us to track how the firm is performing;
- Worked on complex and interesting acquisitions, sales, capital raises, operating agreements, shareholders agreements and estate plans;
- Assisted more clients than ever before in protecting their assets and achieving their estate planning needs;
- Hired three incredibly talented new lawyers – Two of those lawyers were hired to service our growing client base (Jodie Jordan and Rene Morency), and one is a strategic hire to continue to grow and expand our estate planning practice (Jayne Corley);
- Transitioned Jayne’s existing client base and files over to Stock Legal (a project management feat in and of itself executed flawlessly thanks to our amazing staff); and
- Expanded our staff to include two support staff and our new office manager.
It has been quite a year so far, and it is only half over! We are so very grateful to all of our clients, network, and supporters. I can’t want to see what the second half of 2019 brings!
Here’s to the second half of 2019 – May it be fulfilling and incredibly successful for all of you!
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