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Scope of Legal Services
An attorney-client relationship with prospective clients is established only after an attorney of this office has expressly communicated the ability to accept representation of your matter, typically upon execution of an engagement letter and fee agreement by this office and you. This office may decline to provide legal service if a conflict of interest is discovered. The scope of legal services to be performed by this office will be expressly agreed upon in writing by you and this office before any legal services are performed, and do not include any services that have been expressly excluded or are otherwise outside the scope of the written agreement.
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Termination of Attorney-Client Relationship
An attorney-client relationship with prospective clients is established only after an attorney with this office has expressly communicated the ability to accept representation of your matter. Once an attorney-client relationship is established in writing, the client and this office have the right to terminate the relationship with or without cause at any time. If the client decides to terminate the attorney-client relationship, the client will only be obligated to pay for the services performed up until the date the cancellation was communicated to our office. Any outstanding funds for services not performed will be refunded to the client within thirty (30) business days.
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Virtual Law Office Security
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This office and its attorneys shall not be deemed to be in breach of this agreement for any delay or failure in performance caused by reasons out of its reasonable control, including acts of God or a public enemy; natural calamities; failure of a third party to perform; changes in the laws or regulations; actions of any civil, military or regulatory authority; power outage or other disruptions of communication methods or any other cause which would be out of the reasonable control of this office.
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