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Nothing contained in this web site shall constitute legal advice.  Each person’s situation is unique and must be evaluated based upon the facts and circumstances specific to that situation.  Any information or links which are part of this web site is provided simply for the purpose of general education and information. No attorney-client relationship can be established by reviewing information on our website or by communication with the firm by electronic mail (aka e-mail), facsimile transmission or written correspondence.

Before representation can be undertaken by the Law Offices of Colleen Clark, we must determine whether or not a conflict of interest exists. The best way to determine whether or not it is appropriate for the Law Offices of Colleen Clark to represent you is to call for an appointment. At that time, you will be asked questions to determine if there is a possible conflict of interest.

For that reason, please do not send us any information about any matter, dispute or question until an attorney client relationship is established. Sending materials via e-mail does not create an attorney-client relationship. No attorney client relationship exists until after we have agreed to represent you and there is a signed, written fee agreement. To be retained, the Law Offices of Colleen Clark require an in-person meeting.

Once an attorney client relationship is created, we can communicate by e-mail but please remember that Internet e-mail is not always secure.

The Law Offices of Colleen Clark reserves the right to make improvements or changes to this website, or the professional services described. These changes made be made without notice or obligation.

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Any hyperlinks to an outside web site, web portal or server are provided for reference only.