Semons & Semons, a Columbus-based bankruptcy law firm, has recently enhances its business operations with the introduction of its newly designed website.
With the ubiquity of the Internet and the shift of the audience’s preferences in search of information, the firm felt obligated to stay on top of the evolving Internet marketing game and redesign its website.
With the economic downturn continuing, predatory lending causing controversy, and inflation starting to creep up, many people are considering bankruptcy, but they don’t know if it’s the right choice for them, or how to declare bankruptcy if they’ve chosen to do so. To answer those questions and provide some valuable information on alleviating possible concerns, Semons & Semons decided to incorporate valuable information into their website content. As such, the website is a place where people can contact an experienced bankruptcy attorney, but also where they can get answers to their question in case they are still in the research phase and unsure whether declaring bankruptcy is in fact a good option for them.
The site offers information on the processes of filing Chapter 13 and Chapter 7 bankruptcy and goes into details on whether any of those options are viable solutions for the particular life situations of prospective clients. Moreover, the site has a FAQ section, where Tad Semons, a partner in the firm, answers some of the most common questions about bankruptcy, its benefits, and downfalls.
Although, the site provides a great deal of information about issues related to filing bankruptcy, each individual situation may require more elaborate answers and in-person consultations. To ensure that each visitor to the website has a solid understanding of the options available, the firm offers free consultations. To make the scheduling process easy, the site features a special sign-up form, where a potential client may leave his or her contact information.
The website will continue to grow with additions of such features as blog post updates and FAQ section development.
To find out more information and request free consultation, visit www.semonsandsemons.com
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