It’s one thing to be good at what you do. It’s another to let everyone else in on that fact. Attorney Sunil Raju of Coast Land Law is an experienced real estate litigator whose practice includes general real estate disputes and landlord-tenant issues, among other real-estate related conflicts. Sunil practices in the North Coast region of Oregon, and is one of the few real estate litigation attorneys in the immediate area of his Warrenton office. Work is plentiful, but as an attorney with a new solo practice, Sunil needed some help getting the word out.
In the smaller community where he lives and works, he runs up against the stereotype that lawyers in the bigger Oregon cities are more skilled and sophisticated. So in addition to needing his website to let people know about his new solo practice, Sunil also needed to instill confidence in his ability.
Unlike some lawyers, Sunil doesn’t just threaten litigation; he actually litigates. The Modern Firm’s project team helped Sunil develop a content outline that would highlight his skills to visitors to the site. His attorney profile and Why Choose Us page allow him to get across his practice philosophy and background. His blog both educates readers and showcases his knowledge of Oregon real estate law. And a Testimonials page allows readers to learn about real clients’ experience with Sunil in their own words. The Modern Firm’s website editing made easy means Sunil will be able to easily add more testimonials to his site as they roll in.
The website is highly functional, but it’s also beautiful: when the focus of your practice is real estate on the Oregon post, you let breathtaking images of the region take center stage. Our website design team helped Sunil create a site that is informative, easy to navigate, and a pleasure to look at.
Coast Land Law, LLC serves clients with real estate litigation matters in Oregon’s North Coast region, including Tillamook County and Clatsop County.
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