Santa Clarita Divorce Paralegal Offices In Santa Clarita
I have been really feeling the pressure to break from my current virtual / online divorce service format. To date, we have been very successful in avoiding the traditional mold of a brick and mortar business model.
But lately it seems that more and more people feel like there is something wrong with your business if you don’t have an office location where they can physically drive to. And this is despite the fact that I am a licensed and bonded legal document preparation service and give one heck of an explanation of how and why our online divorce service works in Santa Clarita.
So I have broken down and started looking at retail and industrial offices in Santa Clarita. Now I remember why I did not want to get an office. It is crazy expensive, even for a 5×5 cubicle in a not so good area of town.
So do I break my online divorce service format? I guess it boils down to how many clients I may be losing by their subconscious telling them to stay away from a business that does not have a physical business address.
I did some research and Google’d “Public Perception Of Virtual Business” and found some interesting thoughts. Want to know what the number one disadvantage of a virtual business model was? The public perception was that your organization will not be around for long if they utilize a virtual business model.
I thought that was so interesting. I see so many Santa Clarita restaurants and business’s closing shop and the perception is that virtual business’s will not be around long. Did anyone care to mention that it was probably the inability to pay the rent that put them out of business in the first place?
In any case, I am just about to become a brick and mortar business so the public does not think we are on the way out or some sham business.
What’s your take on this subject?