In 2010, after my experience working as a bookkeeper for a law firm from its inception through its eventual closing, I started NIS Office. At that time, new law firms were looking for more flexibility in how they work, which was made possible by cloud-based legal practice management and accounting software. As a by-product of this new technology, it quickly became clear that most small and solo firms did not require full time on-site bookkeeping staff. In fact, most firms require less than an hour of bookkeeping a day. After receiving certifications from multiple software vendors, I was able to build my practice to include clients nationwide.
NIS Office consists of a small team of dedicated bookkeepers that are trained in all aspects of law firm practice management and accounting, with a focus on IOLTA regulations. Keeping up-to-date on software and regulatory changes, we strive to implement processes to improve efficiency and bring value to our clients.