Family Law Leads and Divorce Leads are real-time and exclusive and extremely popular. These leads are requests for legal help involving all family law issues including divorce. You can further target a specific practice area from below. Of course taking all or most of the Family Law practice areas helps guarantee a greater flow of leads.
Practice Area Niches
- Child Custody
- Child Support
- Orders of Protection
- Domestic Abuse
- All other Family Law
Leads can be purchased in monthly increments of 25, 50, or 100 leads depending on geographical scope. Leads can target local DMA, state, or national.
We get daily inquiries from parents with juvenile issues, children seeking emancipation, singles with cohabitation and prenuptial agreements before marriage, and spouses or ex-spouses seeking legal from a local family law attorney. Many have domestic legal issues, including adoption and same sex marriage/divorce.
Given the wide-ranging and somewhat nebulous nature of family law, effectively targeting and qualifying prospective clients can be somewhat challenging. Families produce a long paper trail as children grow up, go to school, get in trouble, and participate in various social groups. This doesn’t mean every registry is a valid list of family law leads, however. Just because roughly half of all marriages end in divorce doesn’t make a bridal shop fertile grounds for your legal practice.
Within our divorce portal sites, however, we also prompt users to indicate the number of children, income levels for both spouses, and other profile information that can help determine which leads may be productive for your firm. Moreover, family practice is one of the biggest law areas benefiting from the trend toward unbundled legal services.
We use language like “Family Law is a category that requires payment for services” and we ask prospects to determine their willingness to pay. If they ask for an option not to pay, we redirecting them to other resources, so they don’t waste your valuable time. We understand that you are spending too much of your time sorting through prospects who have no intention of paying a retainer for their family law needs. By redirecting the 30% or more who don’t wish to hire an attorney to resources that they would prefer or may qualify for, we will be saving the lawyers both time and increasing ROI.
Many leads are often generated from out-of-state as family members have moved, despite still having legal matters to resolve.
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