Remote Family Law Practices – A Brave New Future!

In these unprecedented times of the COVID-19 pandemic, conducting business remotely has become a priority for many businesses including family law firms.

Fortunately for our clients, all of us at Schreier & Housewirth have fully embraced the idea of practicing remotely, as we’ve already employed many cloud-based, remote solutions for many years.

Becoming an all-remote family law specialty practice was a natural step for us and a painless one for our clients.

In taking that final big step toward practicing remotely, our family law attorneys have moved into what we’ve seen as the eventual future of legal counseling to provide these essential services for our clients in the best possible way.

Practicing Remotely Beyond COVID-19

While many businesses have faced the need to transform their in-person service into a workable remote plan due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Schreier & Housewirth has been utilizing numerous remote-based solutions for some time.

Our family law firm has successfully incorporated different remote strategies into our service as we saw the need for this option rising over the years.

This put our family law attorneys in the unique position to provide all-remote services once the pandemic affected everyone’s ability to meet in person.

The change for us was almost seamless, as we have already invested greatly in the technology required to provide top quality remote-only, cloud-based service.

Remote Practice Is Safe, Convenient, and Confidential

As family law specialists in today’s age of modern technology, we’ve realized that there are many benefits to providing legal services in a secure online environment.

Using various technologies to conduct virtual meetings as well as collect data and payments via cloud-based client onboard systems, we’ve come to realize some important benefits for us and our clients.

Virtual meetings with family law attorneys are much easier to schedule as they can happen nearly anywhere and at any time.

Commuting time is eliminated, as is the need to arrange for childcare or leave work for the day to get to an appointment.

Additionally, confidentiality is easier to maintain while still enabling attorneys to connect with clients on a level that ensures a personal relationship.

Watch the following YouTube while Attorney Greg Housewirth explains the reasons that Schreier & Housewirth have gone to a remote practice that still keeps the connection with their clients real and valuable.

Practicing Remotely Is Also Cost-Effective

Along with the benefits that clients of our family law firm are seeing, another is the cost-effectiveness of all-remote legal services.

Remote practice conveniently allows our family law specialists to accomplish more for clients in less time, meaning fewer billed hours.

With clients able to obtain counsel and even meet virtually for hearings while bypassing the normal delays that rack up more hourly fees, it’s a win-win situation for everyone.

Remote Family Law Practice - The Way of the Future

Considering the progress we’ve made adding virtual services into our family law firm over the past few years, we at Schreier & Housewirth are ready and excited to move into the future as an all-remote practice.

We’ve now seen the many ways it benefits our clients and find them excited as well as willing to work with us this way when in need of services from skilled family law specialists.

As doing business remotely becomes the way of the future, our family law attorneys are already there providing complete and confidential legal services to our clients!

Schreier & Housewirth Family Law

1329 College Avenue, Suite 100
Fort Worth TX 76104

(817) 753-8565

 

Gregory L. Housewirth is a Board-Certified Family Law Specialist practicing in Fort Worth Texas. With 30 years of family law experience, Mr. Housewirth has represented hundreds of clients in divorce, custody, CPS, modification, and grandparent cases. In addition, Mr. Housewirth is a qualified family law mediator and a member of Collaborative Law Texas, a practice group dedicated to promoting collaborative divorce in Texas.

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