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Bucks County Family Law Firm Williams & Hand Launches BucksFamilyLawyers.com
Doylestown Law Firm Unveils New Website Featuring Updated Blog, FAQs, Social Sharing and Other Useful Resources
“We have launched bucksfamilylawyers.com to provide our clients and the community with a resource that explains the varying issues people face in family law matters,” said the firm’s founding partner, Jeffrey M. Williams, Esq. “People come to us facing challenging circumstances and our website is one more tool that enables us to help them understand and cope with the complexities of the family law system.”
Bucksfamilylawyers.com includes a new blog (www.bucksfamilylawyers.com/
• Answers to frequently asked questions (FAQs) that individuals may have regarding family law.
• Social sharing for visitors to connect with the firm and its family law lawyers and to share relevant information and blogs with others on social media.
• Detailed attorney biographies with information regarding their specific areas of focus and how they can be reached.
The email for the attorneys and staff at Williams & Hand has also changed. To reach someone at the firm, please use their first initial and last name @bucksfamilylawyers.com
Located in Doylestown, Pa., Williams & Hand is a leading domestic relations law firm that represents individuals in Bucks and Montgomery counties. Attorneys within the firm have been consistently listed among the Best Lawyers in America® by U.S. News & World Report, Pennsylvania’
Williams & Hand’s divorce lawyers are also trained in areas such as mediation and arbitration, custody dispute resolution and advanced matrimonial taxation strategies, enabling clients to receive coordinated services tailored to their individual needs.
About Williams & Hand, P.C. – Williams & Hand, P.C. is a premier family law firm based in Bucks County, Pa. The firm provides individuals with matrimonial and family law legal counsel and representation in alimony, child support, child custody, divorce, domestic partnership and cohabitation, grandparents’