Family law articles – reach out to clients

At Media Coverage we appreciate that promoting family law services means reaching out to members of the public rather than other lawyers and professionals.

That’s why all our articles are written in a quality newspaper/BBC style, which ensures they’re easy for clients to read while remaining thorough and authoritative. We concentrate on the latest developments and court cases to ensure you are always up to date.

The Split - family law

We also look at topical events and talking points to engage people’s interest. For example, we’ve used the current publicity about the BBC drama The Split to write articles on the reality of family law services, reassuring potential clients that divorce proceedings need not be as traumatic as the over-dramatised proceedings on their TV screens.

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We adopted a similar approach with Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, using their wedding as an opportunity to highlight the value of pre-nup agreements.

We find this kind of approach makes articles much more accessible to readers, drawing them in and enabling you to make them aware of your services.

Our articles cover subjects like divorce settlements, cohabitation agreements, mediation, pre-nups, disputes over children, parental child abductions, child protection, adoption and many more.

These subjects need to be treated with sensitivity while remaining authoritative and accessible to general readers. That’s why we only employ highly experienced writers working with material provided by leading solicitors and barristers.

Personalise our articles if you wish

The articles are ready for you to post on your website or use in your newsletters and on social media exactly as they are, but of course, you can also add your own comments if you wish to personalise them and establish yourself as an authority on the subject. In fact, we recommend that you do this as it helps to cement your name in the minds of clients and potential clients.

We can supply you with several articles every month covering all the latest developments in family law. You can take as few or as many as you like.

These articles are ideal as a way to get started with content marketing, or as an addition to your existing campaigns. Remember, there’s only so many times you can tell clients how the law works in stock articles about divorce, cohabiting, parental disputes etc. Our news articles mean family law is always fresh because we always feature the latest cases and developments, enabling you to highlight the same issues over and over again without being repetitive.

We aim to interest your clients – not other lawyers

The articles are written to the highest professional standards and are aimed at your clients rather than at other lawyers. We concentrate on getting across the main points in a way that is both accessible and easy to read. The style is similar to what you would find on the BBC or in a quality newspaper.

Our articles are ideal for your website, newsletters and social media feeds.

You could write these articles yourself, of course, but it’s hard work and very time-consuming… wouldn’t you be better off leaving it to us while you concentrate on your caseload?

Our prices are highly competitive and very affordable.

Please get in touch to find out more and see some samples We’ll be happy to tailor our service to meet your precise requirements.

We also have a service for law articles for your business clients and your private clients.

How are our articles written?

All our articles start with key points and summaries from solicitors, barristers and subscription services such as Lawtel. They are then written up in BBC style English by our experienced journalists and copywriters. Our writers have worked for the BBC, ITN and most national newspapers, together with several quality marketing agencies.

All articles are checked thoroughly before being sent to you, so you can be sure of their accuracy.

Why not contact us to find out more!

Tel: 0115 981 3655

Email: admin@media-coverage.co.uk

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