Disclaimer

Information on the Estate & Elder Law Center of Southside Virginia's website is intended as a service to the public, and has been prepared for general informational purposes only. The information provided on the EELC website is not legal advice.

Legal advice is dependent upon the specific circumstances of each situation, and every situation is different. Also, the laws may vary from state to state, so that some information on this website may not be correct for your jurisdiction. Finally, the information contained on the EELC website is not guaranteed to be up-to-date. Therefore, the information contained in this site is no substitute for a direct one-on-one consultation and advice of competent legal counsel licensed to practice this type of law in your state.

 

Privacy Policy 

The Estate & Elder Law Center of Southside Virginia, PLLC is committed to protecting the privacy of Internet users.  We do not collect any information about you, unless you intentionally provide us the information.  If you provide us your email address, we will never reveal, sell, or distribute your email address for any reason. 

Client privacy is crucial to lawyers, as lawyers are bound by strict ethical and professional standards of privacy and confidentiality. Therefore, we have always guarded the right to privacy and confidentiality of our clients. We will never disclose any information about you to anyone, except as authorized by you to enable us to effectuate our representation of you or as required by law or ethical regulations.  We never sell information to anyone.

We retain records for up to 7 years relating to professional services that we provide so that we are better able to assist you with your professional needs and to comply with professional guidelines or requirements of law. In order to guard your personal information, we maintain physical, electronic, and procedural safeguards that comply with both federal law and our more stringent professional standards. All attorneys and employees of the Estate & Elder Law Center of Southside Virginia are required to maintain the confidentiality of all information about you. We maintain physical, electronic, and procedural safeguards that comply with both federal law and our more stringent professional standards as attorneys to protect the information that you have provided to us. 

With your consent, we may disclose information to various third parties who are assisting us in providing certain services to you as may be needed, such as appraisers, accountants, real estate agents, and registry services. With your consent, we may disclose personal information to various third parties who are assisting you with your financial or insurance needs, such as your insurance agent or financial service provider. Without your consent, we will never release information about you unless required by law or ethical regulations.