I do not collect any personal data on persons visiting this website. If
you choose to contact me through e-mail or by submitting forms through
U.S. Mail, the information you provide will only be used by me for
assisting you with your legal needs. Unless you retain me to represent
you in a legal matter, your information will then be destroyed/deleted
and will not be given or sold to any other companies or individuals. If
you retain me to represent you, then I will store your file for a
period of three (3) years before destroying it, unless you notify me in
writing that you want a copy of your file before the expiration of
three years from the date you retain me.
Of course, any person who consults with me in any way about a legal matter with which he or she needs my help as
an attorney enjoys the protection of the attorney-client privilege of confidentiality. Simply put, anything a client
tells me about his or her case, regardless of whether the client has paid me any fee, is held in the strictest
confidence. As a sworn and duly-licensed attorney, I am barred by State Supreme Court ethics rules from divulging
the content of any client communication to any other person (except in a few, narrowly defined circumstances),
unless I have that client's express permission and authority to release or share his or her information with others.
This attorney-client privilege is protected and enforced by state law (under most circumstances, I cannot even
be legally compelled or forced to disclose confidential client information or communications to others), and it
continues in effect beyond death.
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