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LexisNexis – Legal Tech Briefs: Virtues of Virtual Law with Stacey L. Romberg

After a decade in the industry, including a stint writing legislation for the U.S. Senate, Stacey L. Romberg made the leap – she hung out a shingle and opened her own law firm. By measure of her legal services – a split between business law and estate planning & probate – it might be easy to miss one important distinction

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The Virtual Truth: Taking on Technology

Reprinted from the GPSOLO eReport, American Bar Association, Vol. 3, No. 7, by Stacey Romberg This article is the second of four installments, designed to provide insight into operating a virtual law firm. What type of networking structure should a virtual law firm adopt? How can remote staff most effectively use technology to work together efficiently? Although this is probably

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The Virtual Truth: Seven Factors to Consider Before Opening a Virtual Law Practice

Reprinted from the GPSOLO eReport, American Bar Association, Vol. 3, No. 4, by Stacey Romberg A virtual law practice works best for what sort of person? How can I make sure that my virtual law office saves me money? As I write this, I am sitting in my virtual law office—more specifically, a spare bedroom in my townhouse that has

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Trust and Estate Administration: Strategies for Minimizing Stress and Maximizing Results

By Stacey Romberg “A trustee shall administer the trust solely in the interests of the beneficiaries.” -RCW 11.98.078(1) Non-professional fiduciaries serving as personal representatives or trustees often assume their new duties with apprehension. How much time will it take? Will the work be difficult? What if estate heirs or trust beneficiaries start fighting? This article offers 10 straightforward strategies to

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“Develop Your Game Plan: Building Meaningful Professional Relationships”

By Stacey L. Romberg Jane Doe, Attorney at Law, attends her first networking event, a local Chamber of Commerce function. She knows no one. She wants to go home. Alternatively, she’s tempted to hide intermittently in the women’s restroom and the line to get cocktails until the speaker begins his presentation. Eventually, after several trips through the cocktail line, Jane

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“Following Lincoln’s Example of Professionalism,” KC Bar Bulletin, by Stacey Romberg

Prior to becoming president, Abra­ham Lincoln practiced law for almost 25 years in Illinois. He formed three partnerships, working as a junior part­-ner to John Todd Stuart (1837–1841), junior partner to Stephen T. Logan (1841–1844) and, finally, senior partner to William H. Herndon (1844–1861). Like many lawyers of his day, Lincoln represented clients in a variety of civil and criminal

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“Rebel without a Cause (or a Will) – Meeting the needs of younger clients” by Stacey Romberg

Printed in the February, 2011 edition of DeNovo, the magazine for the Young Lawyers Division of the Washington State Bar Association James Dean, who died at age 24 in a tragic auto accident, once said, “Dream as if you’ll live forever. Live as if you’ll die today.” On the day he died, Sept. 30, 1955, Dean may have been living

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Stacey L. Romberg
Attorney at Law

10115 Greenwood Avenue N.
PMB #275
Seattle, WA 98133
Phone: 206-784-5305
Fax: 206-789-8103
E-mail: inquiry@staceyromberg.com

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