We, as lawyers, have understood the importance of confidentiality in our attorney-client relationship. Our relationship requires you to entrust us with a great deal of personal, nonpublic information. The Canons of Ethics, Rules of Professional Conduct and a long tradition of confidentiality protect information that you share with us in confidence.
We do not share your confidential information with third parties, except when needed to complete transactions at your request and with your prior permission. In those cases, we provide the third party with only the information necessary to carry out its specific responsibilities.
We restrict access to your information to the employees in our office who need to know the information to provide services to you. We maintain strict safeguards to protect your personal information.
Long before privacy was fashionable, we have understood the importance of your privacy and took steps to ensure that it is protected. We always will.
Thank you. If you have any questions about our firm's privacy policies, please don't hesitate to contact us.
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