Disclaimers & Notices | Terms & Conditions | Last Updated December 31, 2014
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[ 01 ]This website does not create an attorney client relationship
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[ 02 ]This website contains information and opinion not legal advice
The information, materials, and opinion(s) (collectively “Information”) contained on this website are attorney communications pursuant to California Rule of Professional Conduct 1-400. The Information obtained from this website, however, is not, nor, intended to be, general, or specific, legal advice or intended to replace legal services. This site contains Information based on Federal and California law. You should not rely on any Information on this website as legal advice.
[ 03 ]You should consult an attorney about your unique legal situation(s)
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Nothing in this website, the information provided, and or descriptions of cases or matters, whether handled by the Law Offices of Schwartz & Storey or another attorney, is intended to imply a guarantee as to the outcome of your legal issues. Prior results are not a guarantee of a similar outcome.
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This website and disclaimer is subject to change without notice. By using this website you are assuming all responsibility relating to the use of, or access to, the content and waive all claims or causes of actions against the Law Offices of Schwartz & Storey.