Law Firms

Get compelling content for your law firm

No one knows your business better than you do. Which is why you need to focus on the more important aspects of your business. My Law Firm Content service creates engaging, search engine optimizing content for law firms so you can take that off your to-do list.

Get Blog posts, website content, newsletters, emails, social media posts and other written content for law firms.

Targeted blog posts and news stories are a great way to find new clients. I can write blog posts with SEO best practices and help you create quality website pages for your practice.

Become a trusted resource.

My Law Firm Content service is a service that provides you with Blog posts, website content, newsletters, emails, social media posts, and other written content for law firms. I tailor your content to your firm’s exact specialty and needs so you can become a trusted resource in your space.

SEO-optimized content that helps you rank higher.

My SEO-optimized blog posts, website content, newsletters, emails, and social media posts help your law firm rank high on search engines like Google and Bing for both your specialty and for where you're located.

Save time on content with a service.

Save time on content marketing by outsourcing to Write with Wendy for Law Firm Content. Get blog posts, website content, newsletters, emails, social media posts, and other written content for law firms. You'll have more time to spend on your practice and attracting clients while still having the best content.


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Q: What areas of law do you write for?

A: I have specifically written about family, business, real estate, education, estate planning, and personal injury law. However, I do thorough research and would love to write about any area of law requested. Depending on the area of law and specific topic requested, there may be a slightly longer turnaround time for some topics if it is one I haven't written about before and need to research in more depth. 

Q: Do you guarantee the accuracy of what you write?

A: I do thorough research on each blog post I write. My sources are state law websites, other government sources, and .org websites. I never use Wikipedia nor do I use any of your competitor's sites other than as a potential jumping off point. However, I am not a lawyer and cannot keep up with all the laws and changes that may happen with them. I guarantee that my sources are reliable and that the information I use is as current as I can find. It is left to each client to ensure that I have not misinterpreted the information or that the law has not changed between when my sources were created and when I created the blog post. I have never had a client inform me that my information was outdated or incorrect so far. 

Q: Will you reuse content you write for us for other clients? 

A: I do have packages (starter packages) that are designed for clients who are just starting out and need to get content up quickly that can be reused by multiple clients. This content is fill-in-the-blank content that allows a client to quickly populate their site with content that shows their expertise. If you purchase one of these packages, then the content is reused, though changed slightly, for each client. However, these packages are clearly marked as such. If you purchase any of my other packages, you are purchasing customized content that will be created especially for you and never reused for another client. It may be used as a sample to show my work to other potential clients, but only with your permission. 

Q: Do we have to put your name on the blog posts as the author? 

A: That is entirely up to you! If you would like to, I am happy to provide you with my byline and a short bio. If you would like to take credit and put your own name or the name of someone else in your firm as the author, I am happy to ghostwrite the content. There is no price difference in choosing to have me ghostwrite it vs. giving me a byline. 

Q: How long will it take to get content from you? 

A: This depends on the package you choose and how you choose to have it delivered. In most cases, my turnaround time is a minimum of two weeks. The more content you are purchasing, the longer the turnaround time may be. 

Q: How far in advance do we need to request content?

A: Again, this answer depends greatly on the package you choose, how you choose to have it delivered (all at once, spaced out, in batches, etc.), and the topics being covered. Although the minimum turnaround time is two weeks, I recommend clients plan that they will not be able to post content for at least one month after the request has been placed. To avoid being without content, I suggest allowing at least 6 weeks lead time. This will ensure that there is ample time for me to create the content and for you to request any revisions, if necessary, before the date you plan to post the content. 

Q: What if we don't have a specific topic to write about? Can we just let you choose? 

A: One of the perks of my service is that I have a list of blog post content you can choose from - or I can choose for you! If you aren't sure what topics you want covered, or are just not sure where to start, I can offer suggestions or simply choose a topic that would apply to your area of practice. I've had several clients who have been so pleased with the results of my choices that they no longer make specific topic requests and simply allow me to choose for them. But you will always have the option of assigning a specific topic, choosing from my list, or asking me to select a topic for you. You can also mix-and-match by providing some topics you want covered and having me choose for other posts. 

!Q: Do you write in a very formal style or a more conversational style or something else? 

A: I can write in whatever style you'd prefer. If your website and speaking-style is formal, I can ensure that your blog posts reflect that. If you'd prefer a more conversational, "chatting with a friend" style, I can do that as well. If you'd prefer something in between, I'm happy to provide that. Because these blog posts are meant to help you convert readers into clients, I do promise that each blog post will be written in a way that is easy for anyone to understand. Legal terms will be clearly defined and broken down into an explanation that is more digestible, and there will be no extra "fluff" that confuses the reader. 

Q: What if we practice law in multiple states?

A: I've worked with clients who practice in multiple states. I will research each topic in each state where you practice. In cases where the laws are different in different states, I'll reach out and we'll discuss how you'd like me to proceed. Some clients prefer I focus on a specific state, while others want me to provide some general information and use the post to direct readers to contact the firm directly for more detailed information. 

Q: I have another question not answered here.

A: No problem! Just send me an email at wendy at with your question. I'll get back to you within 24 hours Monday-Friday, and 48-72 hours on weekends and holidays.