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Use of this Website is subject to the terms and conditions (“Terms”) set forth below. Access to this Website is an acknowledgement by you that these Terms, as amended from time to time, have been read and accepted by you.

Disclaimers 

No Legal Advice, Attorney-Client Relationship, or Confidentiality: 

The materials available at this Website are for informational purposes only and not for the purpose of providing legal advice. You should contact your attorney to obtain advice with respect to any particular issue or problem. A visit to our Website, or an inquiry from this site to one of our attorneys or staff members, does not create an attorney-client relationship between you and Short Cressman & Burgess PLLC and it shall not prevent us from representing a different party in connection with the matter in question or a related matter.  Do not send us confidential information until you have spoken personally to one of our attorneys and have been directed about what information to provide.  We cannot represent or advise you until we have confirmed that there are no conflicts of interest under ethical rules that govern our practice.  Unsolicited information that you send to Short Cressman & Burgess will not be treated as confidential.

While we do implement several security measures, due to the unsecure nature of the internet, Short Cressman & Burgess, cannot guarantee that information transmitted in that fashion to us will not be intercepted and used by a third party.  For your convenience a contact phone number is provided on each attorney’s profile page so that you can communicate confidentially and securely.

Links to Third-Party Information and Resources: 

The links provided on this site have been compiled and structured with business and legal professionals in mind, and to facilitate a variety of research needs.  However, Short Cressman & Burgess has no control or responsibility over the content or services provided at those links. Short Cressman & Burgess does not impliedly endorse, recommend or approve the sites that are linked from or to our Website. 

Practice Jurisdictions: 

Short Cressman & Burgess attorneys are licensed to practice law in the jurisdictions indicated on their individual profile pages. 

Policy Amendments 

This policy was created in November 2013.  Short Cressman & Burgess reserves the right to change or amend this policy at any time.  If a change or amendment is made, it will be posted to this Website location and replace the existing policy.  Through continued use of this Website, you consent to any policy changes that are implemented. 

Contact Information 

If you have any questions about this policy please email us at  info@scblaw.com

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