Need a new web design for your Trusts & Estates practice?
Other Unique Benefits Of Trusting TitleTap With Your Trusts & Estates Law Firm’s Website
Legal Industry Experience
Local marketing agencies and general marketing firms have never lived your business, so you’ll still spend time teaching them.
We’ve been working with, in, and around law firms and title companies collectively for over 3 decades. We understand your struggles and know your business.
Done-for-you Website Build AND Maintenance
Most other attorney website providers either require you to build your own website, want you to maintain and update it, or charge you an arm and a leg to build and maintain it for you.
We do it all for you for a fraction of the cost. Just send an email to make staff updates or even add new practice areas.
Page & Blog Content for Your Practice Areas
With other lawyer web design companies, you’ll either have to write your own website content, or pay a writer to do so.
TitleTap websites come with starter page content and pre-written blog content to help you answer commonly Googled questions and rank higher in search engines.
Search Engine Optimized on Launch (SEO)
In addition to the page and blog content you’ll get with TitleTap, our experts also locally search engine optimize your website for your market when the website goes live.
No need to pay for additional ongoing SEO services.
Easy Process, Saves Time
For many lawyers, the thought of having to redesign their website is a heavy ask. Since we only work with people like you, we’ve learned how to make the process super easy.
You’ll get a professional, custom website draft in 2-3 weeks, not months and live in a month or two, not a year.
Industry Compliance: SOC 2 for Client Data Protection & ADA Widget
The American Bar Association recommends that vendor platforms are hosted on SOC 2 audited systems to protect client data.
TitleTap does but most lawyer website providers do not – even GoDaddy doesn’t have their SOC 2! Optionally add an ADA widget by UserWay to any TitleTap site.
Save Thousands. Free Redesigns.
Custom website firms charge you thousands of dollars upfront to build the site from scratch.
TitleTap websites can be fully customized to your brand, location, imagery, and practice areas but start at under $1k. Also, sites can be redesigned for free every few years to save you thousands.
No Contracts – Scales up and down with your firm
Other well-known legal marketing companies require 1, 2, and even 3 year contracts to utilize their services.
With TitleTap there are no contracts. Pay month-to-month or get discounts for paying annually upfront, and upgrade plans and marketing services as your firm has the need.
60 Day Guarantee
Freelancers, DIY website builders, and marketing agencies don’t guarantee their work.
We know you’ll love working with us but if for some reason you don’t or if your circumstances change, we provide you with a 60 Day Money-Back Guarantee.
Our Integrations Hub is filled with free and paid add-ons, marketing solutions, and operational tools to help you do more with the tools you already use to run your practice.
Want orders to go directly into your CRM? Want to link your website with your practice management tool? We can help!
Marketing Services to Grow with your firm
DIY website builders often get outgrown quickly by modern law firms since they don’t offer additional services such as PPC Advertising, Social Media Management, or Online Reviews.
TitleTap has solutions for each to help your firm grow as you want it to.
Trust & Estate Planning Page & Blog Content
- What is Estate Planning?
- Trust vs. a Living Will, What’s the difference?
- Family Trust vs. Living Trust: What’s the difference?
- What’s the Difference Between a Probate Attorney and an Estate Planning Attorney?
- How to build an effective estate plan
- Medical Power of Attorney vs Advance Directive: What’s the Difference?
- How to choose a Medical Power of Attorney
- Medical Directive vs Medical Power of Attorney: What’s the difference?
- Can a Medical Power of Attorney be overridden?
- Can a Medical Directive be overridden?
- What is a Power of Attorney?
- Why should I have a power of attorney?
- What’s the difference between a living will and power of attorney?
- Can a Power of Attorney be overridden?
- What is a Living Will?
- Who should get a will?
- Living Will vs Last Will & Testament
- When should I get a will?
- How to get a will
- 6 big causes of inheritance disputes
- What are inheritance disputes?
- How to avoid inheritance disputes
- How can you resolve an inheritance dispute?
Schedule a Free Consultation and Demo
We’d love to chat with you about your goals to see how we can help.