Yogi Patel had a few years of experience under his belt at a law firm and in the legal department of a small construction company, but the idea of starting a solo practice was still ­daunting.

“I was thinking about the ­logistics,” he said. “Where would I set up an office? Where would I find my clients? Previously, when I was working at my other employers, I never had to think about that. Not having clients and managing the overhead were my biggest fears.”

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