Websites for Estate Planning LawyersBetter marketing for estates and trusts attorneys to attract, nurture and close new clients.
Get a compelling estate planning website.
You’ll be able to cost-effectively attract clients looking for help with wills, trusts, powers of attorney, health care directives, estate administration, and estate planning. LawLytics can help your law firm’s website go from brand new to well-established, or from established to dominant.
Easily edit your own estate planning website.
The LawLytics platform makes it easy for estate planning lawyers to build and maintain a website that causes clients to find and engage with their law firm. It’s easy to learn and requires no previous technology or marketing experience.
Support from legal marketing experts.
You’ll receive professional, estate-planning-specific support from our US-based team that spends 100% of their time helping lawyers. We’ll be here when you need us, so you can be as independent or as supported as you choose as you grow your law firm’s estate planning website.
Get a proven estate planning website roadmap.
You’ll be guided by a team that has a reliable track record for helping attorneys create successful estate planning and probate websites. You’ll get unlimited strategic guidance so you can grow your revenue, spend significantly less, and get better results.
Attract the estate planning and probate matters you want.
Estate planning is often a proactive — rather than a reactive — decision for clients. Hiring an estate planning attorney is often less urgent than for other types of consumer-facing law. As a result, it’s important to give potential clients information on your website that aligns with their decision-making process. You’ll want to keep them coming back to your website until they’re ready to engage your firm. LawLytics will help you understand the best strategies for your market, and provide you with all of the tools and support you need.
Attract clients looking for help with wills, trusts, powers of attorney, health care directives, estate administration, and estate planning. Expand your reach into new types of estate planning matters, or expand beyond your local market.