3 Tips to Choose the Right Lawyer to Rent Your Empty LawSpace

by LawSpaceMatch


Posted on Last updated: Categories: Law firms with unused offices The business of law


A quick Google search will bring up dozens of articles on choosing the right attorney or finding the right space to rent, but how do you find the right lawyer to rent your empty office space? What should you look for? And how do you get your LawSpace in front of the top tenants? Where do you start?

 

Tip 1 - Iron out the Details

 

To find the right tenant, you first need to know what you’re offering and your exact expectations from lawyer sharing your office space.  Be prepared - clarity now will eliminate confusion and frustration later.   

 

What is important to you? Think about these things:

 

Tip 2 - Who is Your Ideal Match?

 

Sharing space with someone can be difficult.  Lawyers want the right “match” with another law firm or attorney who provides a substantially similar practice vibe.  Take your time and get to know the lawyer tenant to be.   And, be familiar with your decision making process.  You don’t want to lose a great tenant by not moving fast enough.  However, jumping in with a sublease does not justify the reduction in overall law firm costs with the wrong tenant.

 

Define what ‘ideal tenant’ means to you.  After getting inquiries for lawyers wanting to rent space, see if they are the right fit.  What are you looking for in a space sharing arrangement in your law office?

Determine what qualities are important to you for your future LawSpace mate, and take note when meeting applicants.

 

Tip 3 - Take Notes and Compare

When meeting with potential renters, ask about and record their preferences and personality.   Is it a good match?  Don’t rely on memory - make sure you write down your thoughts so that you can compare the data later.   Does your receptionist or legal secretary need to weigh in too?

Things to consider:

Sharing amenities allows for reduction of overhead in your law firm. Finding a great match for a lawyer tenant is the goal.   Taking into account these tips hopefully will help.   Also, check out our blog about “ 3 Reasons Solo Practitioners take the opportunity to share law office space”. https://www.lawspacematch.com/posts/67

 


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