Law offices are one of the most cluttered places. In fact, they a lot of emails, phone calls, and paper documents everywhere. That’s why hiring a Virtual Assistant is an efficient choice.
Lawyer’s primary task is to attend court hearings and defend their client. Most of their time is outside the office. Thus, they don’t have enough time to organize all their documents.
They can also hire an in-house assistant but they are too busy to manage a hiring process. Furthermore, solo practitioners don’t have enough budget for it. Hiring a BPO company for a virtual assistant is the most affordable and practical option.
Virtual legal assistants (VLA) are professionals who can remotely work for your firm. Since they can work without much supervision from you, it will save you time and space.
Here are some of the tasks VLAs can do for you:
There are a lot of things VLA can do for your firm.
Virtual assistants are a great help. But, let us weigh in the advantage and disadvantages of having one.
A lawyer is always choked up with a lot of daily tasks. But, your virtual assistant can make your life easier by doing this assignment. You can focus more on the core legal aspects of your job.
You also don’t need to manage the non-core workload. The BPO company will also take care of employee benefits for your virtual assistant. You don’t have to worry about software, infrastructure cost, and other expenses.
VLAs always have updated software on their computers. Because of that, it can help get quick and accurate services in no time.
You also don’t need to pay more for upgrades. The BPO company updates it every time. This can save you work time and extra cost too.
It is best to get help on your tasks especially if you have other things to do. When you have a lot of things on your mind, you tend to forget other details.
This is where virtual assistants can support you. They can do your daily activities so you can do your main task efficiently.
The only communication you have with your virtual assistant is online. Ergo, there are times that instructions might not be clear enough. Make sure to provide necessary details to your VLAs before letting them do the tasks.
Though they can work fast, VLAs attention is not with you totally. There are times that tasks are piling up and they need to do others too. To avoid any missed deadlines, make sure to give the instruction in advance to your assistant.
Personal interaction is not possible between you and VLA. Especially if your assistant is from a significant number of miles away. Therefore, most of the ideas they can get are either online or in your instruction. It will be hard to “personalized” their knowledge specific to your firm.
When looking for a virtual assistant, you have to check the pricing too. There are two types of cost breakdown for VLA; hourly rate and the packages. Let us take a lot on those two.
This mode is essential if you have limited tasks to do for your VLA. Minimum tasks mean little amount of time to do it. This is also preferable if you have no specific assignment to give to your virtual assistant. There is no need to pay a large amount of money for easy jobs.
If you have a lot of tasks on hand and want VLA to work on them then you need to have a package contract. You can give a fixed payment for your virtual assistant regardless of the tasks. Of course, you still need to pay overtime rates if you want them to work beyond work hours.
There are a lot of BPO companies in the Philippines that offer VLAs. There are also some that introduced LPO in the market. Same with VLAs, their task depends on what the law offices gave them.
However, make sure that your partner BPO can secure all your data. This is the major issue when offshoring sensitive information.
Magellan Solutions can secure all your sensitive data. We have a 27001:2013 or the ISO/ISMS Certification. Companies have this certification as proof of passing the standard in data security.
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