What is a Virtual Law Office?
A virtual law office is a legal firm that allows you to use technology to communicate directly with your attorney. The best feature about a VLO is that communication can be done from anywhere that has internet connection. Clients enjoy this feature because it is convenient, as opposed to spending additional time and money to meet in person.
All communications are secure. You will have secure access to your file 24/7 and you will be able to send messages to your attorney through our secure client portal. Also, our client portal notifies you every time your attorney has touched your file, keeping you in the loop of the progress that has been made.
Since our office is virtual, our hours are more flexible than a traditional brick-and-mortar law firm. This means that we are better able to accommodate our clients with times that are most convenient for them. We have even added Skype integration to our virtual office to provide a face time interaction during our client meetings.
How do we get started?
The first step is to connect with us via the Online Office. We will schedule a free consultation where we can learn more about you and your business, discuss your legal needs, and answer any questions you may have about pricing and how the Online Office works.
After you have decided to become a client, the next step is to register for the Online Office (if you haven’t done so already). You’ll receive an email invitation from us to get that set up. Then we will send you an engagement letter, an intake form, and an invoice (via the Online Office).
Are my documents safe in the Client Portal?
Our virtual law office software uses a level of security comparable to that of banks and government agencies. Aside from your attorney, only you can access your private and secure Online Law Office page. Our communications are completely encrypted and secure, using the highest industry standards of secure HTTP.
Your documents are backed up on secure servers, which significantly minimize the risk of data loss when compared to conventional computer backup systems.