If you are looking to take your legal career to the next level, franchising could be the solution you are looking for.
Every year, many solicitors choose to begin their own practice. However, running a practice and getting your name out there can be a challenge. This is where franchising comes in. You can take advantage of an already established name in the legal sector, and also a tried and tested business model for success.
The legal sector is going through a period of dramatic changes, with many small firms being eaten up by better-known and established brands. But, you needn’t worry, as law firms have moved into the 21st century, with excellent opportunities for franchise and unlimited potential for success. When it comes to the most sensitive of issues, making a Will, buying a house or going through a divorce, consumers want a brand they can trust. However, this often means travelling to a large city just to speak to a lawyer. That is where your franchising opportunity makes sense not only for you from a business perspective, but also to your clients: established brands, brought to local high streets.
Some of the biggest names in the legal sector are currently recruiting franchisees, including: Will and Probate Services, APS Legal & Associates, Asprey Property Repair and Claims Management, and many many more. Unless you are based in Scotland, you don’t even need to be a lawyer to run a successful practice. All it takes is some knowledge of the sector and good business sense.
Running a franchised law firm is straightforward, because clients will always need law firm services. Also, running costs are generally low with lawyers bringing in money in well in excess of their salary.
If you are looking to develop not just your legal career but your business acumen and your financial situation, get in touch. We will be happy to discuss our opportunities for legal franchising with you.