NEW ALBANY, IN, January 29, 2013 /EIN Presswire/
-- Reisz Law Office, a law firm in New Albany, Indiana, has recently launched a new website designed to better inform clients about its legal bankruptcy services as well as important legal and local news.
For more than 30 years, Reisz Law Office has provided reliable, straightforward solutions for those with debt problems. Reisz Law Office specializes in Professional Bankruptcy Services that help people get out of debt.
The Reisz Law Office website will feature information about the firm's Chapter 7, Chapter 11, and Chapter 13 bankruptcy services, a bankruptcy field manual that provides in-depth information on the process of bankruptcy, and a blog with legal news and New Albany community events.
People are increasingly turning to the Internet to find and compare services, and a growing number of law firms are utilizing the web to meet potential clients, including Reisz Law Office. A recent study of over 150 businesses by Hubspot
, a marketing software company, reported that they were more likely to do business with customers found online through SEO (15%) and direct traffic (15%) than traditional, outbound marketing (2%).
"Reisz Law Office is making its website as a part of its overall service to clients, with updated information and a blog that offers relevant local and legal news. We are excited to show off this service to our community and look forward to further establishing ourselves as a fixture in the community," said Wm. Stephen Reisz, Bankruptcy Attorney
at Reisz Law Office.
For more information, visit Reisz Law Office, call (812) 944-7333 or e-mail ReiszLaw@gmail.com
About Reisz Law Office: Reisz Law Office is a law firm located in New Albany, IN. The firm offers Professional Bankruptcy Services that help people find the best solution for their debt problems. The firm provides reliable, straightforward support for all types of bankruptcy: Chapter 7, Chapter 11, and Chapter 13.
Wm. Stephen Reisz
Reisz Law Office
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