Thank you for registering for the October 5, 2023 webinar, “Delegating to a Domestic Assistant – Life Balance For the Busy Lawyer” where Michele Fuller discussed the benefits of hiring a Domestic Assistant.

Where do you create space for renewal? How do you leverage your time? If you find yourself operating under a time of exhaustion and managing too much where you can’t be there for your family, you may want to consider hiring a Domestic Assistant.

A Domestic Assistant is someone who does everything for you except raise your children and partner with your spouse or significant other. This assistant can order items on Amazon, do your grocery shopping, arrange hotels, prepare dinner, decorate for the holidays, pick up prescriptions, and take your dogs to the vet, just to name a few.

If you feel like you are neglecting yourself, you may want to create time and focus your day to prioritize yourself and your family. Attached you will find the worksheet and slides that Michele used in the webinar. Feel free to print and download these forms for your records. We recommend using the Burnout to Breakthrough™ worksheet every 90 days.

If you determine that delegating and hiring a Domestic Assistant is something you want to move forward with or if you would like to see if a Domestic Assistant would be a good fit for you, we would like to offer you a complimentary consultation to speak about the next steps. Hiring an assistant is a huge decision and we want to support you in this process. Feel free to schedule your free consultation and see how we can support you in the next steps:

If you would like to read more about other services we offer, you can do so below:
Great Practice. Great Life. by Atticus® Podcast:
Virtual workshops:
Practice Growth Program®:

We look forward to working with you soon!



Michele Fuller

Adjunct Practice Advisor and Attorney

As a Practice Advisor, she works with attorneys to develop practical strategies to find and maintain balance in their lives. She helps attorneys identify tasks that are not the best use of their time both at home and in the office, freeing them to focus quality time on what matters most.