Metro Atlanta Law Firm Expands Website

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The law firm of Smith, Welch & Brittain will offer free online access to articles written by our attorneys on subjects such as DUI, auto accidents, divorce, zoning, child custody, mediation, and many other topics.

Web viewers will be pleased with this new legal resource as close and convenient as their computer keyboards.

Smith, Welch & Brittain, LLP, Attorneys at Law recently redesigned and expanded its website to include concise legal information on subjects such as automobile accidents (car wrecks), personal injury claims, divorce, mediation, child custody, zoning, and other matters of general legal interest. The information can be found in a growing library of informative articles written by Smith, Welch & Brittain attorneys who attest to the documents' accuracy and relevance. No subscription is required to access the information and articles can be searched by subject, downloaded, printed and e-mailed to others directly from the site.

Senior Partner Mark Brittain said that posting free, easy-to-access information on the firm's website allows the public to research potential problems and determine whether their issues require further legal assistance.

SWB attorney and partner John P. Webb, who authored several of the articles posted said, "Our firm's commitment to providing quality legal services to this area is not exclusive to clients who sign a legal agreement with us; this expanded website extends our assistance to all areas of our firm, including the website and media departments."

The site also contains detailed information about the firm's services, its attorneys and its practice areas. There is also an online form to facilitate secure submission of title requests.

Webb said that the enhanced design is viewer-friendly and easy to use, with no heavy graphics that take extra time to download, and no commercial content. Said Webb, "Web viewers will be pleased with this new legal resource as close and convenient as their computer keyboards."


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