The Fine Print Disclosure Statement Print E-mail
Written by Kerry S. Doolittle   
Friday, 09 April 2010

Disclosure Statement

(otherwise known as the "fine print")

I am an attorney in the State of Georgia. While the law in most States is very similar (Louisiana being a notable exception) there are significant differences from state to state. The information provided by this Web Site is intended for entertainment and as a general guideline only, and is not intended to address any individual situation. It should be considered only a starting point in your efforts to resolve any legal dilemma. If you are involved in an ongoing legal matter, you should consult a local attorney for specific advice regarding your unique situation.

If you wish to hire me, I suggest you first contact me by email . Be aware, however, that if you send an e-mail, your e-mail will not create an attorney-client relationship and will not necessarily be treated as privileged or confidential. You should not send sensitive or confidential information via e-mail. I may not choose to accept you as a client, or I may have a conflict. Moreover, as the Internet is not necessarily a secure environment it is possible that your e-mail sent via the Internet might be intercepted and read by third parties.

If you ask a question through the Contact Me section, I may not be able to answer you directly and personally. I will, however, attempt to post the most common questions I receive in the FAQ section on the web-site. Frequently asked questions and answers will not create an attorney-client relationship.

Thank you for visiting my web-site. I hope you will find it useful.

 Kerry S. Doolittle


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