You can provide personal information by using the contact form on this site. Personal information is only used to conduct business with you and to provide us with information to serve you. All of the information that you provide to our firm through this website will be secure, and only agents of our firm will be able to see or use it. We DO NOT share information about our visitors with any other person or organization. However, we will have no liability for the disclosure of any information obtained due to errors in transmission or the unauthorized acts of third parties.
Attorney-Client Relationship Not Created
As explained in our disclaimer, you are not establishing an attorney-client relationship by contacting Spears and Associates. Consequently, any information you provide to us via telephone, email, letter or any other means will not be given the legal protection of attorney-client communication. We will continue to guard the privacy of any communication as described in the personal information section, however, we may disclose your personal information if required to do so by law or in other exigent circumstances. This is why we ask that you do not disclose any private or confidential information unless and until you have established an attorney-client relationship with our firm.
Some legal jurisdictions consider the websites of law firms to be advertising. Before establishing an attorney-client relationship, you should take various factors into consideration. You should not hire an attorney based only on their written qualifications.
Spears and Associates provides no guarantee or warranty with respect to the legal information that we have incorporated on this site. Not all information on this site is maintained by Spears and Associates, and we do not claim responsibility for such information.
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