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Accounts Receivable Management Solutions for Law Firms

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Managing receivables to improve profitability, reduce ageing A/R and help increase cash flow often falls to the bottom of a law firm’s list of priorities. Recognizing that they need to make changes, many firms turn to Client Connection. Managing receivables is our livelihood. It is what we do — all that we do — and we do it well.

We are not a collection agency. What we are is consultants who work with our clients to manage their receivables, including helping them get paid, while placing a premium on keeping the client relationship strong.

Client Connection is a team of experienced professionals who have the background and skills needed to help resolve law practice collection problems. We first get to know your firm, understand your practice, your culture and the causes of the difficulties you are experiencing. We bring to bear the knowledge and experience acquired from serving many other law firms. Yet we know that no two firms are alike, so we assess your particular situation, work with you to develop solutions to address your immediate needs, and design strategies to prevent such problems from recurring in the future.

When firms retain Client Connection, they can expect:

  • Workable solutions to accounts receivable problems for various practice areas and clients
  • Fewer aged receivables and solutions to problem accounts
  • Stronger relationships with clients, with less tension caused by payment disagreements
  • Less stress for lawyers who need experienced assistance with managing receivables
  • Strategic planning for accounts receivable management which is essential in today’s economy
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  • WHAT CLIENT CONNECTION CAN DO FOR YOUR FIRM

    We are not a collection agency. We are so much more. Following is what we can do for you:

    Account Receivable Management Services

    • Assist clients with payment arrangements without hurting the relationships attorneys have with their clients
    • Develop one-on-one relationships with attorneys to ensure they are comfortable with collection efforts
    • Work on- and off-site to assist lawyers with managing and collecting ageing receivables
    • Devise solutions for accounts that are difficult to collect
    • Assist clients with different kinds of payment plans, when necessary
    • Work with various types of institutional and non-institutional clients
    • Develop systems and procedures that are compatible with the firm’s practice, management style, culture and size, in order to maximize results
    • Monitor ageing and payment expectation of client receivables and update attorneys accordingly
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    WHAT CLIENT CONNECTION CAN DO  FOR YOUR...
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  • Stop Making Assumptions and Start Asking Questions About Your Firm's A/R Management Efforts August 22, 2019 11:31am

    Client Connection has been helping law firms with accounts receivable management for over 23 years. So now seems to be as good a time as any to take stock on how well law firms are progressing with their accounts receivable issues and the challenges they face in making improvements.Let’s start by going beyond false assumptions. Let’s ask questions we need to answer – because you know what happens when you assume...Learn more. Click here to read our recent newsletter.
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  • Timing is Everything When It Comes to Improving Your Firm's A/R Management Efforts April 10, 2019 11:38am

    The first part of the year is critical for evaluating how your firm can do better to manage and collect its receivables. But if you wait for changes to happen to how your firm manages its A/R, you will lose time and the opportunity to start improving how your firm can add to its bottom line. Time is not on your side when you have unpaid receivables ageing and you don’t have a strategy for how to begin. However, you know it needs to be done. Henry Ford once said, “Don’t find a fault, fin...
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  • Thaw Out Your Accounts Receivable Management Strategy for 2019 February 5, 2019 10:55am

    The great American poet, Robert Frost, once said, “You can’t get too much winter in the winter.” That may be up for debate this winter, considering the record-setting cold temperatures in many areas of the country. However, the cold conditions we are experiencing should not freeze our thinking about where changes need to be made to your firm’s accounts receivable management. While your past collection efforts should not be ignored, in these changing times, it will serve your firm well...
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  • Less Talk, More Action in the Fourth Quarter October 10, 2018 11:32am

    The co-founder and former CEO of Southwest Airlines, Herb Kelleher, once said, "We have a 'strategic' plan. It's called doing things." This, of course, refers to the concept of too much talk, not enough action. It's a simple statement, and does hold true: we spend too much time thinking about how we are going to do something, rather than just getting it done.In the world of accounts receivable management, it's easy to fall back on the strategy you need at year-end to accelerate collections durin...
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  • In the Fourth Quarter, Try Less Talk and More Action September 7, 2018 10:10am

    The co-founder and former CEO of Southwest Airlines, Herb Kelleher, once said, "We have a 'strategic' plan. It's called doing things." This, of course, alludes to the problem that many firms have: too much talk, not enough action. It's a simple statement, and does hold true: we often spend too much effort thinking about what we are going to do, and not enough on just getting it done.In the world of accounts receivable management, it's easy to fall back on the strategy you need at year-end to acc...
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  • Tips for Being Productive During the Dog Days of Summer July 24, 2018 11:58am

    We recently published our summer newsletter -- Dog Days of Summer? Not for Long. It was filled with tips and ideas on how you and your firm can start improving your A/R management now to get a head start going into the last quarter of the year.Here are a few excerpts from our newsletter:First, take the lead to determine how well your firm is doing with its A/R management - At most law firms, everyone shares the responsibility for accounts receivable management which, of course, means that no on...
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