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By using this website and/or sending us email, you acknowledge that we have no obligation to maintain the confidentiality of any information you submit to us unless we have already agreed to represent you or we later agree to do so. It is conceivable, though highly unlikely, that we may represent a party in a matter which is against your interests, even if the material you send to our firm could be used against you.
If you’d like to contact the firm, such as through e-mail, please do not send any confidential information to us until an attorney-client relationship has been created. Any information sent to the firm before an attorney-client relationship is established cannot therefore be considered confidential.
These Terms and Conditions of use may be changed in the future without notice.
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This website is maintained and operated by the office manager of The Law Office of Scott R. Herndon and its data stored through major American companies. While we have made every attempt to provide accurate information herein, there may be some technical or factual inaccuracies and typographical errors which are inadvertent human errors, which we will fix as soon as they are brought to our attention.
This law firm may revise these Terms and Conditions. Check this page every so often for modifications.
Obviously, this website is provided for general information and for introductory purposes only and isn’t legal advice in any form. The fact that we have provided this website, and you have read it, does not create an attorney-client relationship. As a general rule, you should never act (or choose not to act) upon information in any legal website without first seeking competent professional advice.
We do not represent any person until (1) you have expressly sought to retain The Law Office of Scott R. Herndon; (2) we have checked and cleared any conflicts; and (3) you have received a formal letter from our firm confirming your retention and the scope of service we intend provide you.
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It is understood that some information in this website may appear to be advertising under the applicable regulations and ethical rules of the bar associations of some states. If this website does not comply with the Bar regulations of the state you live in, do not ask us to represent you—we do not want to inadvertently and improperly accept your business in that jurisdiction.
The Law Office of Scott R. Herndon reserves the right, without notice and in its sole discretion, to terminate your license to use this website, and to block or prevent your future access to and use of this website if at its sole discretion, and for any reason.
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