Your Personal Information is subject to Attorney-Client Privilege
Competent representation and confidentiality are at the foundation of the attorney-client relationship. An attorney cannot be made to disclose the names or addresses of persons who contact the firm to ask legal questions or seeking legal services. Reeves Law Firm may collect personally identifiable information, such as your e-mail address, name, physical address or telephone number in order to determine if any conflict exist well before you come to our office to meet with a lawyer. Your information, and that of the other party, will be used strictly for the purposes of determining any conflict, scheduling your appointment, communication with you directly, and completing forms. IT IS AND WILL ALWAYS REMAIN OUR DUTY TO PROTECT AND SAFEGUARD YOUR PERSONAL INFORMATION.