Attorney Office Solutions
Distinguished law office rental option at a price that will make you feel relieved that you do not have to invite clients to your home address.
Is the Attorney Co-working Virtual Office space right for you?
We find that attorneys who spend the most time in a physical office space gain the most benefit in terms of client satisfaction, retention, and their ability to produce. Whether you are an attorney who is just out of law school or one that has been in practice for many years or perhaps leaving a larger firm to go out on your own, a virtual “part-time” is an option for you.
Lux Offices offers the Attorney Physical or
Some questions you may have?
Working from any coworking space for attorneys holds the same ethical issues as an attorney who is working from home or a coffee shop. It is your responsibility to keep privileged and confidential documents secure. We pledge to provide the secure and private personal day office or conference room space.
Our physical day office space is a quiet, comfortable PRIVATE workspace designed to meet your clients, perform research, gather information or evidence, draw up legal documents related to divorces, wills, contracts, real estate transactions, and preparation for prosecuting or defending your court cases with the use of our premium Fiber Internet speed.
Access to our services that will make your business life easier and strengthen your brand:
- Premium office address
- Well-appointed common areas
- Concierge staff to greet you and your clients
- Live Reception
- To screen and announce your calls if you choose
- VOIP Phone service
- Local phone numbers
- Remote call forwarding
- Mail collection services
- Doorway or entry signage
- Low monthly costs
- Month to month contracts after 3 months
The Attorney Day Office is on a first come, first serve basis. Virtual members can either call ahead or view availability from our client portal to reserve. The Attorney membership is limited to space available at each location.
This is where the issue of Google comes into play.
Attorneys who can work “virtually” or from home offices do not have a clear place in Google’s schema. If you hope to come up in the local map results (when someone Googles for legal help in your area) or on the right side of the results page, as a business with a Google page (including Google reviews and directions to your office), Google wants businesses to have a unique, public, physical address.
For both professional and safety reasons, most businesses should not use their home address nor is a post office box ideal. It suggests that you lack the stability of an established office, which could hurt your credibility with new clients. Also, with a post office (P.O.) box you will not have anyone to sign for packages.
Our Virtual and Physical office spaces can include mail and package-handling services. With the Lux Offices executive suites, there is always a shared receptionist who can accept regular USPS mail, and if you choose, we can accept client documents and drop-offs.
P.O. boxes do not count as physical addresses, so they do not show up well in Google local search results. Google is not a big fan of coworking spaces because so many businesses are gobbled together at a shared address without a unique identifier, such as a suite number, for each business.
For this reason, Lux Offices Executive suites will give each tenant a unique suite number so that our private offices fit well into the Google mold, and have few, if any issues with business listings.