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Use of this website does not create an attorney-client relationship between users of this site and any other party whatsoever. Neither transmission nor receipt of information from this website creates an attorney-client relationship between users of this site and any other party whatsoever. No attorney-client relationship exists between the users of this website and any other party, including but not limited to Christopher Mays or The Law Office of Christopher Mays, PLC.
The information provided in these pages is not legal advice and should not be relied on as such. The content on these pages is for informational purposes only, and is meant as a starting point on your search for answers to your legal questions.
The law is constantly changing and evolving. We can not guarantee that all information contained in this website is up to date at all times. Therefore, we recommend that you contact an experienced attorney in your area to guide you through your legal matter.
When you speak with our attorneys and staff, everything you tell us about your case is confidential. However, we do not represent you (in court or otherwise) unless and until a retainer agreement is signed by both you and us, and a retainer is received.
Nothing in this website should be taken to create an attorney-client relationship.
We may offer any person a no-obligation initial consultation. This in no way obligates us to represent you, or to answer any specific questions. We reserve the right to deny a consultation to anybody, for any reason.
This disclaimer applies to all pages and content contained in this domain.
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Emailing this office does not create an attorney-client relationship between users of this site and any other party whatsoever. Neither Christopher Mays nor the Law Office of Christopher Mays, PLC will enter into an attorney-client relationship on-line, through this website or through any other website. It is our policy to enter an attorney-client relationship only through a written engagement or retainer agreement, and only where doing so would comply with all applicable laws and ethical rules.
Do Not Email Confidential Information to Us or Anyone Else
Transmission of information on-line, over the Internet, or through the electronic means can be unstable, unreliable and insecure. There is a risk that information may be intercepted illegally. There may also be a risk of waiving attorney-client and/or work-product privileges that might attach to such communications, where a proper attorney-client relationship exists. You should not send information or facts via email relating to your legal problem or question. If you are not an existing client of ours, your email may not be privileged or confidential. Moreover, some states have suggested that even if you are our client, email communications may not be privileged.
This Website is Not Intended to be a Solicitation or to Provide Legal Advice
This website is not intended to be a source of solicitation or legal advice. The reader should NOT consider this website information to be an invitation for an attorney-client relationship, should not rely on information provided herein, and should always seek the advice of competent legal counsel in the reader’s state.
Deadlines are Fatal to Your Legal Rights and Remedies
Because deadlines are fatal to legal rights and remedies, it is imperative that anyone facing legal problems or issues speak to a competent attorney as soon as possible. The specific facts of any given situation may give rise to any number of rules and regulations of which you may or may not be aware. Never delay in contacting a competent attorney and never rely upon email as a method for contacting an attorney.
Use of this Website and Information Is at Your Own Risk
All material or information included within this website is for informational purposes only and should in no way be considered legal advice on any particular matter by any party whatsoever. No user may act or rely on any of the materials or information on this website and Christopher Mays and the Law Office of Christopher Mays, PLC make absolutely no warranty or guarantee concerning the accuracy, reliability, completeness, availability, or timeliness of the contents of this site or of the information or documents therein. Use of materials found on this website, for any purpose whatsoever, is strictly at your own risk. Under no circumstances whatsoever shall Christopher Mays or the Law Office of Christopher Mays, PLC be liable for any direct, indirect, legal, equitable, special, compensatory, incidental or consequential damages of any kind whatsoever arising from access to, use of or reliance upon this website or the information and documents contained therein.
Terms and Disclaimers Are Subject to Change Without Notice
These terms and disclaimers may be changed without notice. It is each individual user’s responsibility to check and review these terms and conditions and it shall not be the responsibility of Christopher Mays or the Law Office of Christopher Mays, PLC to inform users of any changes whatsoever.
We have a strict policy against spamming. We forbid the sending of unsolicited bulk emails or emails of any kind in connection with the marketing of our websites or attorneys.
Our definition of spamming is any activity whereby you directly or indirectly transmit email messages to any email address that has not solicited such email and does not consent to such transmission.
In addition, we consider it spamming to post ads in newsgroups in violation of the rules of the newsgroup, in posts that are off-topic, or in groups that do not explicitly permit ads. This goes for the placement of ads on message boards, forums and chat rooms against the terms of participation in such sites.
If you are “spammed” by anyone regarding our website, services, or any matters relating to us our or our attorneys, please report this to us directly.