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Bankruptcy Attorney Cliff Geismar Launches His Newly Designed Website

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Attorney Clifford Geismar epanded his business operations by introducing a newly designed website.

June 12, 2014 /MarketersMedia/ –

Florida bankruptcy attorney Cliff Geismar has recently introduced his newly designed website, which focuses on such issues as filing for bankruptcy, creating an estate plan, and writing a will.

With the rapid increase of online searches for legal services on the Internet and the decline in the relevancy of phone books, Geismar felt like it was critical to develop and position a website that would communicate his services to Florida residents. Therefore, the updated site caters to the modern trends on the Internet in general, and the legal industry in particular.

The site’s design is simple, yet appealing. With easy navigation and a user-friendly interface, the site aims to make visitors’ experience easy. Being in an industry that deals with such a sensitive matter as bankruptcy, the firm understands that providing answers to possible questions or concerns is the key to building long-term trusting relationships with clients. Therefore, although the site limits the amount of information it is displaying, it has the key pieces of information that are important to know before filing for bankruptcy.

The site has dedicated pages that elaborate on the difference between Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 Bankruptcy, as well as what criteria make a person eligible to choose one of the methods. Moreover, the site features a FAQ page that goes into even greater detail about the various scenarios and options available for debt relief.

As an attorney who not only has extensive experience in bankruptcy law, but also in estate planning, asset protection, and family law, Geismar’s site also showcases pages dedicated to those areas. With the median age in Florida above 40, it is important to have a solid estate plan in place to keep accumulated assets protected from such things as taxes, soaring costs of long-term care, and probate.

Therefore, Attorney Clifford Geismar‘s new site summarizes his toolset and expertise, as well as provides answers to questions about bankruptcy, wills, trusts, estate planning, asset protection, and family law. The site also is updated with blog posts on the most topical issues that concern the abovementioned areas of the law.

For more information about us, please visit http://www.bankruptcy-attorneyorlandofl.com

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Name: Clifford Geismar
Email: nelly@localinternetleads.com
Address: 2431 Aloma Avenue Winter Park, FL. 32792
Phone: 407-673-1087
Organization: Attorney Clifford J. Geismar

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