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Did you know that more than ¾ of U.S consumers with a legal need use the internet to find legal information? With so many choices out there, we at FindLaw work hard to take the guess work out of important legal decisions. We really do provide our users with the information and resources they need.
And sometimes those consumers are reality television stars.
That's right, in a recent episode of the hit MTV show "Teen Mom 2," one of the stars on the show did a simple Google search for a local divorce attorney.
What she found was a FindLaw.com lawyer that helped her with her divorce and all the child custody questions she had along the way.
"Teen Mom 2" star Leah had only been married for 6 months before deciding that forever was not in her future. So she started to search for information on a divorce attorney.
The mother of twins searched for "divorce attorney Charleston, WV." And as the clip below shows, she ended up calling FindLaw client Lyne Ranson:
(Attorney search located at 46:25 mark, attorney consultation and 57:29)
The fact that Leah chose Lyne Ranson to represent her was a result of many factors. But surely a big factor was the firm's website (which FindLaw designed and marketed). The clip reveals a potential client's decision-making process, step by step. MTV chronicles the lawyer-client encounter from the initial call, to consultation to the filing for divorce.
So not only does FindLaw make a pop culture appearance, it helps a real person find an attorney in real life.
Here at FindLaw we know that a lot of legal decisions are highly emotional. Leah's decision to file for divorce was no different. One look at our Lawyer Directory and it is easy to see that there are quality local attorneys available to help answer questions and provide legal solutions to your problems. Be sure to watch the clip and find out for yourself!