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Basics Accounting Information You Need to Understand
Basics of Law Office Time, Billing, & Accounting
Building Your Technology Budget
Comparing Microsoft 365 and Google Workspace
Getting the Best Deals on Technology
Inhouse or Hosted Servers - Are You Making the Right Choice
Law Practice Start-Up Kit
My Accountant Wants Me to Use Quickbooks
Notebook vs Desktop
Planning Ahead: A Guide to Protect Your Clients' and Your Survivors' Interests in the Event of Your Disability or Death
Take Back Your Day with Scheduling Software 
What is Microsoft Exchange
When Do You Need a Server
Why Lawyers Should Keep Track of Time
Why Lawyers Need an Accounting System
Why Lawyers Need Practice Management
Working with Clients Who Like to DIY

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Answering Services Feature Comparison Chart
Google Workspace vs Microsoft 365 Comparison Chart
Merging Law Firms
New Firm Technology
Starting a Firm

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Missouri Bar Resources

Choice of Entity:

Do you need to contact The Missouri Bar if you're forming a law firm organized as a PC, LLC or LLP?

If forming a Professional Corporation, you will need to send the name of the proposed professional corporation to the Clerk of the Supreme Court of Missouri along with the names of the proposed lawyer-shareholders plus a $5.00 fee for each shareholder.  More information here.  The Court will send you a Statement of Good Standing for each of the shareholders that will need to accompany your Articles of Incorporation that will be filed with the Secretary of State's Office.  Write to: Clerk of the Supreme Court, P.O. Box 150, Jefferson City MO 65102-0150.

If forming a sole proprietorship, LLC or LLP, the above is not required.