Schulten, Ward & Turner, LLP Launches New Website

Established Atlanta law firm launches improved website highlighting firm’s services and legal team.

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The Schulten, Ward & Turner, LLP Team

Our firm’s size ensures clients have a direct line of communication with everyone working on their case.

Atlanta, Georgia (PRWEB) January 13, 2014

Atlanta-based law firm Schulten, Ward & Turner, LLP recently launched a new website at http://www.swtlaw.com. The website incorporates a number of improved features designed to enhance the visitor experience of both existing and potential clients. These include expanded attorney biographies and descriptions of services offered by the firm, as well as client testimonials, recent firm news, and links to social media properties.

Founding partner, Scott Schulten, explained that part of the firm’s motivation for creating the new website was to highlight what distinguishes SWT from other law firms. "Individual and business clients demand, and deserve, both strong experience and great service from their attorneys,” said Schulten. “Our firm’s size ensures clients have a direct line of communication with everyone working on their case. But our attorneys average over 15 years of practice experience. That’s a unique combination, and one that routinely produces excellent results for our clients in both litigation and transactional matters.”

The Schulten, Ward & Turner, LLP website will continue to be a resource for clients. The firm has implemented a content program for 2014 that will provide clients with important updates to laws that affect their businesses.

About Schulten Ward & Turner, LLP: Now in its 28th year, Schulten, Ward & Turner, LLP continues to be the “go to” law firm for sophisticated business transactions and complex litigation. The firm represents individuals and businesses throughout the United States and around the globe in matters ranging from complex real estate transactions to high-stakes business litigation.