Do Not Assume an Attorney-Client Relationship
An attorney-client relationship is only created through a written engagement or retainer agreement that complies with all applicable laws and ethics. An attorney-client relationship is NOT created by:
- Use of this website
- Transmission or receipt of information to or from this website
- Transmission or receipt of information by email or any other electronic medium with any attorney or employee of Addeo Law.
Do Not Send Confidential Information Electronically to Addeo Law or Anyone Else
Maintain the security of your confidential information. Transmission of such information online, over the Internet, or through any electronic means opens the risk that the information may be intercepted illegally and/or stolen. Electronic transmission is NOT secure and can be unstable and unreliable. There is no guarantee of priority or privilege. Do NOT send any information or facts relating to your legal situation or question(s). It is possible that even if a proper attorney-client relationship exists, such transmission may open the risk of waiving attorney-client and/or work-product privileges.
Our Website is Not a Source of Legal Advice, nor is it Intended as a Solicitation for Legal Advice
Do NOT rely on any information, materials, or discussions in this website as legal advice on any matter or for any party whatsoever – these are for informational purposes only. Addeo Law makes absolutely NO guarantee, warranty, or promise (either explicit or implicit) as to the accuracy, reliability, completeness, or timeliness of any information, materials, or discussions, and any use is at your own risk. Addeo Law will NOT be liable for any direct, indirect, legal, consequential, incidental, compensatory damages or any other damages whatsoever for such reliance upon or use of this website and/or the information, materials, or discussions it contains.
Do NOT view this website or the information contained herein as an invitation to form an attorney-client relationship with Addeo Law or its employees. Any information on this website is NOT intended as legal advice in any case. If you have a legal situation or question(s) always seek the advice of competent legal representation that is licensed in your state.
Your Legal Rights and Remedies will Expire if You Miss Deadlines
If you are facing a legal issue or problem that is governed by a deadline it is imperative that you speak to a competent attorney licensed in your state as quickly as possible, because once the deadline passes, your legal rights and remedies expire. Moreover, the facts and complexities of any given legal situation may implicate any number of rules and regulations that you might not be aware of. Only a competent attorney licensed in your state can adequately advise you on these matters, and never by email or electronic transmission.
Terms, Conditions, and Disclaimers are Subject to Change Without Notice
It is the responsibility of each individual user to check and review terms, conditions, and disclaimers because they may be changed without notice. It is not the responsibility of Addeo Law or any of its employees to inform users of any changes whatsoever, at any time.