How often do you bill?
Silly question, right? After all, we all know you should be billing monthly, or even bi-weekly, if you suspect your client might have trouble paying (smaller bills might get paid easier)
So how often do you bill?
If you’re a solo attorney, chances are you don’t always bill monthly. After all, getting bills out isn’t any fun, especially if you’re trying to do them with an excel spreadsheet or a word file. And that’s before you take the time to comb through the bill and your records to make sure you accounted for everything. Of course, that can become a problem, since most clients don’t pay unless you bill. Hopefully, of course, you are lucky enough to not need every client to pay every month to have more than enough money to meet your needs, but for some attorneys, not getting paid can be disastrous.
Online Legal Software can help. Bills are a-lot easier when you keep contemporaneous time records; when you can automate the double-checking, when you don’t have to retype or play around with clunky document files.
And more regular bills means more regular payments. Let us show you how.