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Terms of Use

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Any material and communication accessed on or from the HenryLaw website, including but not limited to articles, blog entries, twitter posts, private messages and e-mails is general information intended to aid in an understanding of our practice areas or the law. It is to be used for educational, personal or non-commercial purposes only. Any communication should not be misconstrued and used as, or substituted for, legal advice. You should contact a lawyer for legal advice on your specific factual circumstances. If you wish to retain our services in regards to any material accessed from the website, please contact the appropriate lawyer.

No lawyer – client relationship is created by any interaction on the website. Any information or correspondence that is sent to HenryLaw through the website is not protected by lawyer – client communication and there is no guarantee that it will remain confidential.

HenryLaw and its lawyers practice law in a jurisdiction in which the firm and its individual lawyers are licensed to practice.

To the extent allowed by law, HenryLaw and its lawyers are not liable for any outcome or consequences that may occur from using the materials contained on or accessed from the website. Although HenryLaw has made reasonable efforts to ensure that the communications on the website or linked from or to the website are fair and accurate, it does not endorse the communications, nor does it warrant or guarantee that the communications are accurate, current or complete.

While you are welcome to contact a lawyer at HenryLaw, you should be aware that this Website presents general information about HenryLaw and is not intended as legal advice, nor should you consider it as such. You should not act upon this information without seeking professional counsel.

Please keep in mind that merely contacting HenryLaw will not establish a solicitor client relationship. HenryLaw cannot represent you until the firm knows there would not be a conflict of interest and the firm determines that it is otherwise able to accept the engagement. Accordingly, please do not send HenryLaw any information or documents until a formal lawyer-client relationship has been established through an interview with a lawyer and you receive authorization in the form of a retainer letter from HenryLaw. Any information or documents sent prior to your receipt of a retainer letter cannot be treated as confidences, secrets, or protected information of any nature.

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