This means that quality legal help with foreclosure, wage garnishment, or harassing collection calls is only a short distance away for individuals and families.
Atlanta, Georgia (PRWEB) August 02, 2012
Atlanta bankruptcy law firm Berry & Associates recently launched a brand new website at http://www.georgiadebtlaw.com. The website incorporates a number of new features designed to enhance the visitor experience of both existing and potential clients. These include client testimonials, information about filing Chapter 7 and Chapter 13, and biographies for each of the firm's bankruptcy attorneys.
Firm Founder, Matt Berry, explained that part of the firm's motivation for the new website was to emphasize the firm's geographic reach. "Our law firm has 11 convenient office locations across North Georgia. This means that quality legal help with foreclosure, wage garnishment, or harassing collection calls is only a short distance away for individuals and families."
The website also provides photos and biographies for each lawyer at the firm. Managing Attorney Tim Paschall believes this is important to those seeking legal advice, and furthers the firm's commitment to excellent personal service. "Clients feel more comfortable about visiting an attorney if they are able to put a face with a name and read about the person's background beforehand. We want our clients to feel comfortable about coming to see us and taking the first step toward a better financial future."
While the firm is happy with the new and improved website, it intends to enhance it in the future with timely and important changes to personal bankruptcy law, as well as relevant firm news.
About Berry & Associates: Since 1986, Matt Berry has been helping individuals and families protect their property and get back in control of their finances. The firm has been recognized as one of the Top 100 Bankruptcy Law Firms in the United States by the Debt Education and Certification Foundation (DECAF), and represents clients from its bankruptcy offices in Atlanta, Cartersville, Rome, Newnan, Gainesville, Dalton, Morrow, Douglasville, Conyers, Kennesaw, and Duluth.