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[February 26, 2013]

New Jersey attorneys use Opus Virtual Offices to expand their practices

Feb 19, 2013 (PRNewsChannel.com via COMTEX) -- An increasing number of attorneys are delivering legal services utilizing virtual office technology, and a February 1, 2013 state Supreme Court decision now allows New Jersey lawyers these same advantages.

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Modern computing is completely transforming how attorneys practice, and one of the biggest changes is the reduced needAfor a traditional physical office. In more states each year, attorneys are gaining the freedom to deliver legal services utililizing the advanced technology of virtual offices, flexible online work spaces. And noAvirtual office servicesAare as complete and sophisticated for such low cost as those offered by Opus Virtual Offices.

As of February 1, 2013, New Jersey joined the increasing number of states permitting lawyers to practice by utilizing virtual offices. In a February 9 article, NorthJersey.com described the state Supreme Court's decision that a virtual office could now be considered a 'bona fide office'. Solo legal practitioners hailed the decision, and Opus Virtual OfficesAis ready to support them, with over 400 locations nationwide, including ten in New Jersey.

"States are realizing that public demand for accessible, affordable online legal services outweighs outdated rules requiring traditional offices," explains Yori Galel, the CEO of Opus Virtual Offices. "Our completeAvirtual office program,Aavailable for the nominal fee of only $99 a month, is the perfect solution for attorneys looking to expand into new cities and new states where allowed." Nearly 70 percent of U.S. lawyers are solo practitioners or work in very small law firms, according to the American Bar Association. Their ability to compete with large wealthy law firms had been hindered by regulations requiring brick and mortar offices, but as these regulations are eased the ability to grow their practices abound.

New Jersey attorneys operating out of their home can now acquire an Opus virtual office with an address on Avenue of the Americas in New York City, for example. This prestigious address includes a local phone and fax number, and the Opus state of the art telecommunications system consisting of premium call forwarding, voicemail and fax conversion to email, andAlive professional receptionistsAto greet clients, take messages, and make appointments. Security and privacy are always assured. All for $99 per month with no hidden fees.

For years, attorneys nationwide have been using Opus Virtual Offices to enhance their image and reach within their own states and in many other states permitting virtual legal offices. Opus now welcomes New Jersey attorneys to take advantage of the best value inAvirtual office solutions. For further information visitAwww.opusvirtualoffices.com About Opus Virtual Offices:AOpus Virtual Offices provides the most complete Virtual Office program available in the industry, with more than 400 locations in the US, giving you the corporate image you require. The Virtual Office program is the perfect office solution for all new and expanding businesses looking to gain all the resources to provide the perfect image at a low cost. Our sophisticated system has been designed to provide all the features a professional business requires without having the extreme costs that are normally associated with the operating of a business.

MEDIA CONTACTFlorence GoodmanPhone:AAAAAAAAA (561) 988-6900Website:AAAAAAAAwww.opusvirtualoffices.com Direct link: http://www.prnewschannel.com/2013/02/19/new-jersey-attorneys-use-opus-virtual-offices-to-expand-their-practices/ SOURCE: Opus Virtual Offices 8

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