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Are you a self-employed lawyer who does business in the downtown Miami and Coral Gables area?  If so, you should consider getting a shared office space for your law practice.  Below are three advantages you can enjoy once you have a flexible shared office space in Miami, Florida.

  1. You can save time and be more productive

Time is precious when you are in the legal profession.  A shared office space can boost your productivity and save you a considerable amount of time since you can start working the minute you arrive.  Our offices are turnkey and offer a range of amenities, so you won’t have to worry about trying to find an appropriate work space at the last minute.

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One of the greatest challenges for private lawyers beginning a career or starting their own practice can be finding clients and networking with the community.

ESQ.suites can help solve both of those challenges.

By renting shared office space with other established lawyers, you have the opportunity to network with people in your field just by showing up to the office.  Clients can be referred to you through the working relationship you will develop with others in the building.  Being part of a professional community helps offset the cost of renting an office by providing the invaluable experience of associating with others in your field.  Through the collaboration and sharing of expertise that becomes possible when you are near other lawyers, your business will be more profitable and likely to succeed.

“It’s more than just an office, it’s a way to grow your practice.”

Coral-Gables-Location-300x158ESQ.suites has locations in Coral Gables and downtown Miami, Florida.  These locations are functional and convenient for your law practice and have flexible rental plans that will meet your needs.  Both buildings provide all the accommodations that you will need to run your law office, including mail, copy, and storage spaces, as well as receptionist services and conference rooms. Continue reading