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David Stonehill, Attorney-at-Law
David Stonehill,
Attorney-at-Law

Please take the time to read this important disclaimer.

The information from this website is not intended as legal advice or as a substitute for the particularized advice of your own counsel, and, therefore, should not be relied upon as such. Specific advice appropriate for you will be dependent upon the particular facts and circumstances of your situation.

In other words, no person or organization should act upon this information without first seeking professional counsel. I cannot make this admonishment any more clear than the preceding sentence.

This website provides links to other websites that may be useful or informative. These links to third party websites or information are not intended as, and should not be interpreted by you as constituting or implying the endorsement, sponsorship, or recommendation of the third party information, products, or services found there.

The transmission or receipt of the information from this website is not intended to create, and your receipt of it does not constitute, an attorney-client relationship with me or my law firm, David N. Stonehill Co., LPA.

Some aspects of this website may allow you to communicate with us and to register for newsletters, events, functions, or seminars hosted by, sponsored by, or associated with David N. Stonehill Co., LPA. The transmission or receipt of any information related to registration for any event or service does not create an attorney-client relationship.

We cannot, do not and will not represent you until our client intake process is completed. This includes the signing of an Engagement Letter tailored to your particular circumstances. Further, we reserve the right to accept or decline representing any person or organization in any matter for any reason. When you receive and agree to the terms and conditions set forth in the Engagement Letter, you will become our client, and then we may exchange confidential information freely.

On the other hand, please do not send us any confidential information about any matter until you receive a written statement from us advising you that we now represent you and that the engagement process is complete.

Be mindful that email is not necessarily a secure form of communication. Please do not email to us confidential information, such as financial information and social security numbers, unless such data is encrypted appropriately. We institute many procedures and systems to safeguard confidential information, which are discussed in detail in our Engagement Letter. This includes strong encryption of confidential information.

My law firm and I reserve the right to change or update this disclaimer regarding the use of this website at any time by posting a new disclaimer at this location.

Revised: January 1, 2014

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David N. Stonehill, Attorney-at-law
Founder, 1099advisor.com



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