A National Practice – Is It Possible?

A National Practice – Is It Possible?

During our Friday Happy Hour discussion Woody Mosten raised the spector of having a national practice. This has really intrigued me. As a financial neutral in out of court processes, I don’t see any reason why I can’t practice anywhere. Further, Woody raises the idea that attorneys and mental health professionals can do the work anywhere. 

In today’s Zoom world, why not provide the clients with the best professionals nationwide? Why limit your practice and who you practice with? These days we build teams throughout our own state, why not work with the most committed professionals nationwide? For those who may be questioning jurisdiction and licensing regulations, what is it that brings you pause? Have you ever investigated what your governing rules say about providing unbundled virtual services outside of your traditional jurisdiction?

Just like we shared last week, it is not about the service you offer, but rather how you offer those services. Is it time we stop letting physical borders determine who we can serve?

Your feedback on this topic is important! We really want to hear from you.  What do you think of this idea?  What roadblocks can you point out, especially within your own field and its licensing.

If you have had a case with a nationally build team, we would really like to hear from you.

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