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For all the family law attorneys out there, if this sounds like something you're interested in, we here at FindLaw.com have a marketing opportunity for you.
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One of the services we offer on the consumer portion of FindLaw.com is known as FindLaw Answers. It invites consumers to ask questions about a variety of topics in hopes that someone will answer or point them in the right direction.
Our family law boards--especially Child Custody and Support--see a lot of traffic from around the United States. In fact, child custody and support questions are the number one inquiry on the site.
We'd like to invite you to pop on over and poke around a bit--maybe answer a question or two. Consumers are required to identify their location, so you can even focus perusal on your home state. And feel free to leave your name and a link back to your site--it is marketing, after all.
Answers is also a great place to keep your skills sharp. The variety of questions about child support and custody is staggering, providing you with a host of factual scenarios you may have never seen. You'll be able to pick up on legal trends and prepare yourself should similar client questions arise.
If you're still on the fence, consider this: FindLaw.com is the number one legal website in the country, and you have an opportunity to advertise on its number one forum for free.
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