A Word About Our Latest Incarnation

24 Oct A Word About Our Latest Incarnation

John Morley said, “Evolution is not a force but a process. Not a cause but a law.” Given the fact that this is a site about the law, we thought it necessary to continue our evolution.

Today we took off the wraps to show you the next step in the evolution of Bankruptcy Law Network.

The look is cleaner and lighter, allowing us to show off our content rather than letting you get mired in overpowering graphics. We’ve laid out more information on each page in a way that helps you get to the bottom of it all with a minimum of muss and fuss.

In case you’re keeping score, the site was designed by Cynthia LaLuna and the team at Rowboat Media. It’s a tricked-out version of The Thesis Theme for WordPress.

Lots of our readers are our colleagues, people who print out our articles and hand them to clients as a way of helping to educate them. We’re grateful you’ve placed your confidence in us.

Many of you are also people who are having bill problems and who need to find a lawyer in your area to help. You don’t want an advertising site that will shuttle you to someone who’s paid their fee for a listing; you deserve a lawyer who you can check out on your own, read his or her words and make a decision as to whether there’s a good fit between you.

That’s why this is just the first step to greater interactivity here on Bankruptcy Law Network. It’s a delicate balance, to be sure; we want to give you the tools you need to get some help, but it’s important that we do it without turning the site into some ad-fest that makes you want to run screaming.

So take a moment to subscribe to Bankruptcy Law Network by email by entering your email in the form to the right. You’ll never miss an article, and you’ll be the first to find out about new developments in the law.

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Jay S. Fleischman is a bankruptcy lawyer with offices in Los Angeles and New York. He can often be found on Google+ and Twitter, where he shares information about consumer protection issues and personal finance.
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