Single Mom Builds a Thriving Law Practice While Prioritizing Her Family

How NLBM helped Amy Hsiao build a practice that let her take care of her clients and family

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Amy Hsiao

A remarkable woman, Amy Hsiao immigrated to the US from Taiwan when she was 29 to attend Law School. With NLBMs help, she finally attained all the success her incredible potential was capable of.


Balancing Life and Motherhood with the Law

After working at a prestigious IP Law Firm out of college, Amy decided to start her own practice while also beginning a family. Her first year was incredible tumultuous and she ended up not turning a profit while charging clients less than $1,000 per estate plan. She knew she couldn’t continue the way she’d been going.

When Amy first discovered the New Law Business Model program she described what attracted her most. “Ali’s own story really spoke to my heart and New Law Business Model clearly had it all figured out. There were just so many people who talked to me, throughout the process, who believed in me more than I believed in myself.”
Within a year of implementing the New Law Business Model into her law practice, Amy increased her average fees from $950 to $5,000 per plan, increased her client engagement rate to 90%, and earned six figures—allowing her to travel for 2-3 months out of the year and spend quality time with her family, as well as buying a home.
Amy Hsiao


“I wouldn’t have done it without you. Thank you so much New Law Business Model.”


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