Solo and Small Firm

The Practitioner Winter 2016, Volume 22, Issue 1

Letter From the Chair

By Terry A. Szucsko

Terry A. Szucsko is the managing shareholder of Lvovich & Szucsko P.C. He focuses his practice on family and matrimonial law, including divorce, annulment and separation, prenuptial and antenuptial agreements, domestic partnership, child custody, support, and visitation, spousal support, domestic violence and restraining orders. Terry is the Chair of the Section for the 2015-2016 year, and can be reached at terry@lvslawgroup.com.

Dear Members:

As the Managing Shareholder of a small firm in downtown San Francisco, I not only practice law, I also manage the day-to-day operations of my small firm trying to maintain a large, growing and seemingly endless client list. I handle human resources, accounting, payroll, marketing, business development, vendor relations, IT, and community outreach. The never-ending list of decisions and responsibilities that make it to my desk on a daily basis is often times overwhelming. Once the decisions have been made, I need to focus my attention on my clients and the practice of law. Although it is a constant struggle, the rewarding aspects of my job as a small business owner and a practicing attorney completely outweigh the feelings from time to time of being overwhelmed.

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