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Remotes Aren’t Just for TVs

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You use a remote to operate your television so that you don’t have to have physical proximity to get it to do what you want.  Did you know you can use remotes very much the same way in your business?  Our virtual assistants use the benefits of emailing, texting, and cloud-based file sharing to complete work for lawyers and other legal professionals– all while offsite.  Remotely from the comfort of their offices (or homes or vacation destinations), attorneys can get their work done without physical proximity to their secretaries and paralegals.  All it takes is communicating the instructions and the virtual assistant we dedicate to your law practice can complete the work while you focus on other matters.  Just like a TV remote, this process works quickly and easily.  And the best part is that you only pay for your virtual assistant when you need it.

If you would like more information on how to utilize a “remote” in your law practice, call Deb Monaco, our Client Services Coordinator, at 330-230-9965 x2 or email her at deb@e-typist.com.