FindLaw announces the launch of a new Spanish-language consumer content portal: "FindLaw en Español." This new content center provides quality articles and resources uniquely targeted to our Spanish-speaking audience. FindLaw en Español features over 100 articles across four of our more popular legal topics:
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How can I attract better qualified clients to my firm in this economy?
What can I do to improve my online marketing?
Does it make a difference who builds my website?
This free online seminar will cover important and timely information on marketing your law firm in a challenging economy and competitive marketplace. It is designed for lawyers that already have a website and would like to learn more about enhancing the performance of their site to make it stand out from the competition and drive more clients to their firm. This seminar will present need-to-know information that can help you grow your practice in the most challenging of times.
When it comes to money and marriage, young women are more likely to know about and manage a couple's finances. According to a new national survey* by FindLaw.com, the most popular legal information website, married women between the ages of 18 and 34 are the most likely among married people to play a significant role in managing the couple's finances, and less likely to squabble with their spouses about money.
"We found that younger women, in many ways, are the most money-savvy among married couples," said Stephanie Rahlfs, an attorney and editor with FindLaw.com. "We sought to understand how couples manage their money, how much they fight about money, and how much they know about their financial situation. Younger women are the most likely - among men or women of all ages - to take on responsibility for understanding and managing the household finances, and do it without fighting about money issues."