Dear Headnote Community, First, we want to wish you, your teams, and your loved ones health and safety during these volatile times. We've been speaking to partners, customers, and prospects to see how our industry is responding, and we're continually amazed by everyone’s desire for positive change. There are a lot of reasons to look … Continue reading We’ve Got Some Exciting News To Share!
Normally when I sit down to write a blog post to our Headnote community, I’m focused on ways to give your law firm productivity tips or ideas for how to use Headnote to make your firm operate more profitably and efficiently. But not today. Today I am writing to you with one thing in mind … Continue reading Adjusting to 'Business As Usual' post COVID-19
The “billing” process doesn’t end until the bill is paid and the money is in the bank. That basic principle may seem obvious to people who think about efficiency and profitability every day, but for most law firms it is anything but obvious. For them, the billing process seems to end once the invoice is … Continue reading Change Is Coming: The Realized Hour v. The Billable Hour
Headnote CEO Sarah Schaaf recently appeared on the Maximum Lawyer Podcast to discuss all things billing for law firms.
When you think about your firm’s accounts receivables, what comes to mind? Pain? Headache? Lost money? Wasted time? Accounts receivable exists in every business. In a law firm, this can be a sore subject as late payments and rising AR causes anxiety and potential cash flow issues. At Headnote, we’ve put significant effort into cleaning … Continue reading Re-thinking Your Law Firm’s Accounts Receivable
Headnote CEO Sarah Schaaf was interviewed on the Legal Toolkit podcast discussing best practices for law firm accounts receivable and payments.
Of the many processes in a law firm, AR is one that has potentially the most frustration but the most potential. If a process is keeping money out of your firm plus causing tremendous headache, it’s probably worth finding a better way.
Making the switch is much easier than you think.
As a solo, small or medium size law firm consistent cash flow can make or break the business.