It's that time of year again! Spring has sprung. The flowers are in bloom, and I'm sneezing all over the place (sorry). Aside from daylight saving time springing us forward, and the signs of life that come after winter, I began to wonder: how am I spending my time?
Am I attempting to serve all of the people all of the time? Am I trying to do too much for too many people? The answer to both of these questions was a resounding yes. As a result, I've decided to severely limit the number of new clients this firm accepts. This does not mean we aren't taking new cases, but it does mean we will be much more selective in choosing which cases to take and which ones to refer to other attorneys. Why would I do this? What kind of attorney publicly announces that she is limiting the number of new cases she will accept?
Thank you for asking. An ethical attorney would!
Gaining an individual's trust that I will take his case and handle it properly is an honor that I take very seriously. It would be a shame (and malpractice) for me to take on any matter that I cannot fully dedicate myself to aggressively solving in the most efficient way possible. 2015 has been a good year, and we've been blessed with new opportunities to serve, but with those new opportunities come new challenges. I want to make sure I've got the time, support staff, and energy to address all of my clients in a quality way.
I also want to make sure I've got plenty of time to spend with my silky terrier mix puppy Miyah. She needs plenty of walks and lots of love. Stay tuned for more firm updates. Happy Mother's Day weekend!