As you may have noticed, our blog has undergone a content freeze over the past two weeks. This was done to facilitate an overhaul of our website. The purpose of the update was to make a mobile-friendly site that meets accessibility standards as prescribed by the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act.

Here are some of the changes you may notice. First, as a mobile-friendly site, we have incorporated a responsive design that automatically resizes content depending on the size of your screen. One person estimates that somewhere between 20 to 40 percent of online traffic to law firm websites comes via mobile searches. That number is expected to rise. Given our commitment to delivering high quality content, we also wanted a website that was easy to access, anywhere at any time.

Second, archived on our site is nearly 10 years of material touching on matters of estate and trust law. These include blogs, podcasts, videos and our newsletters (The Probater). The updated site makes finding content easier because the navigation structure is simpler. All of our content has been stored under “Resources.” As such, you are just one-click away from accessing the plethora of information available to you. All of this, we hope, makes your browsing experience simpler and more efficient.

As part of our commitment to delivering the best results for our clients, we hope that our new site delivers the best results for our friends who read this blog and those who frequent our website. We look forward to continuing the conversation regarding estate and trust matters and to serving you however we can.

Thank you for reading.

Ian Hull