Lawyers love to overspend on website design. We get custom bells and whistles, hard coded solutions to non-existent problems, and complicated sites that we don't understand how to use.
Or, we could go for a DIY website where we understand the nuts and bolts, how to use it and what to do with it.
But is that really the best idea? After all, you don't really want the home-made look when it comes to your website design.
So what's the deal?