Virtual offices for attorneys are moving into Woodbridge.
Regus is opening space in business centers to serve as virtual offices, or VOs, for legal practitioners who don't need the financial burden of opening an office themselves.
Regus is an international firm with flexible workspace accommodations in 100 countries, according to the compay's website.
The firm is taking advantage of a New Jersey Supreme Court ruling that relaxed the rules about attorneys opening their own physical offices.
This ruling benefits all lawyers – especially the solo and part-time practitioners, as well as those with clients spread across the country – giving them the opportunity take advantage of flexible and alternative workspace solutions, such as a virtual office (VO).
In a nutshell, a VO is a customizable, inexpensive solution that allows workers to work from home, but maintain a professional office address with a receptionist, mail services and options to work from an office when needed, Regus said in a press release.