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 Some CT attorneys travel ..
Posted by BobbiCT on 6/20/19 10:29am

Sorry John,

CT attorneys do travel to clients, often bringing a staff notary public (free notarizations) or their client "know a friend who is a notary" (again free). Big difference from yesterday's world to today's competitive legal environment.

Technology has made a big change to the way the legal world does business. I see attorneys using their laptops for business, "cloud" software and documents, while sitting in a conference or at their client's home. Plus there is some SERIOUS security for these systems - and annual audits.

Not everyone travels, but my guess is the lenders may require travel to customers, which will open up avenues of business for traveling attorneys.
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