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Getting clients is probably the most difficult challenge for a new solo practitioner.
You may be desperate for a start, or have hit a dry patch, and any potential client seems appealing. However, you should be aware that not all prospective clients are created equal.
In fact, there may be times when a prospective client who walks in through your doors is more trouble than he is worth. Here are three types of clients you should be wary of:
When starting a solo practice, getting clients should not be your top priority. Getting the right clients should be. Along with these three archetypes, you should also trust your gut. If a client just doesn't feel right, or comes off as sleazy, you may want to move on.
Meeting with a lawyer can help you understand your options and how to best protect your rights. Visit our attorney directory to find a lawyer near you who can help.
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